The battle for independence is finished and became an obsolete discussion since ~1970. No need of Tor, US people & USG : usa : european union said that the future is to go toward africa. us people : bad reputation usg : officially, the usa is a safe, health country where only 1% are handicapped. tor : good initiative but it is not yet possible in e.u which is based on the capital (yours as individual) not on the merit, rights, action, civil involvement, morality, work. Italy broke this system after prima linea affair and do need Tor & ANAC but who will profit it at the end of the game ? ... the victims ? the corruptors ? it is a vicious challenge. Anac-Tor : so who will use it ? the wife of a judge ? for her divorce ? By the way, there so many mic in the streets and shops, station, metro, airport that one does not need Tor for reporting a corruption case, saying loudly it is recorded & transmitted even at home or in a motel. * 'banking secrecy' does not exist in switzerland, usa, e.u.
the corruption/connection with the organized crime_mafia_terrorism : piednoir/alqaida (a blackfeet-director of the brb was arrested at the airport , drug & money laundering) in fr is well known. it is related at a secure platform & at a recruitment built for the crime & the drug which the prostitution became a social help sponsored by the mayors falsifying the files and faking the identity for a socialist-recruitment-support : the force to not give the right (and the money/job) to others persons than themselves : rogue-state.
Many legal definitions of 'journalist' have been evaluated as overly narrow, as they tend to emphasis official contractual ties to legacy media organizations, may demand a substantial publication record, and/or require significant income to be derived from the practice of journalism. This leaves confidential sources relied upon by bloggers and citizen journalists largely unprotected, because these producers of journalism are not recognized as 'proper journalists'. Such definitions also exclude the growing group of academic writers and journalism students, lawyers, human rights workers and others, who produce journalism online, including investigative journalism. This has bearing on a controversy in 2015 in which Amnesty International objected to having been a subject of surveillance
In Africa, the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights has adopted a Declaration of Principles on Freedom of Expression in Africa which includes a right to protection of sources under Principle XV.
In the Americas, protection of sources has been recognized in the Inter-American Declaration of Principles on Freedom of Expression, which states in Principle 8 that "every social communicator has the right to keep his/her source of information, notes, personal and professional archives confidential." 2b1af7f3a8