CPJ calls on Ukrainian lawmakers to drop media bill  – Committee to Protect Journalists

If passed, the legislation would expand the powers of the National Council of Television and Radio Broadcasting, the state broadcasting regulator, allowing it to regulate online and print outlets, invalidate the registration and license of any media outlet, block online media without a court order, and request that social media platforms and web browsers remove content forbidden under the law, according to multiple media reports. 

CPJ calls on Ukrainian lawmakers to drop media bill  – Committee to Protect Journalists