In a world of upheaval, dictators and corporations disrupt privacy, manipulate elections. Populism, corruption, and inequality thrive. Press, hindered, struggles with an unsustainable model.Continue reading
Freedom of the press is crucial for democratic societies. Threats like dictatorial governments, poverty, and fake news undermine it. Everyone has a responsibility to support press freedom, from publishers to readers. By paying for news, we encourage high-quality journalism and defend against the death of democracy.Continue reading
There is a lot of hype around AI content generators. So, we decided to take a quick look at ChatGPT, Dall-E and Midjourney.Continue reading
Paperview was present at this World Press Freedom Day celebration, at the Presidency Museum in Lisbon.Continue reading
In a world where the citizen’s right to information is enshrined in European Law and Constitutions, the reality is far from ideal. Inequality in access to quality information poses a threat to democracy, impacting both citizens and the media industry. The Paperview system emerges as an innovative solution, allowing digital media to break down barriers and offer affordable access to diverse, high-quality content. By promoting information diversity and widening access, we can strengthen democracy and enrich our collective knowledge.Continue reading
If these words have meaning to you then you must value the role of newspapers in our lives as citizens.
And if they have value, why is it so hard to pay for them?
Every day news about the efforts of major aggregators such as Google and Facebook to capture newspapers and journalistic content for their spheres of interestContinue reading
Bernardo Pires de Lima in his book “Portugal in the Age of Strong Men”, argues that “… without independent and credible media, there is not even a discourteous line between truth and lies in public space.”Continue reading
Here we express our solidarity and our applause for our friends in Impresa, José, João Paulo, Ricardo, Pedro… and so many others who haven’t slept in two days.Continue reading
The Nobel Peace Prize to two journalists, Maria Ressa and Dimitry Muratov, “for their efforts to safeguard freedom of expression” is a warning to all of us.Continue reading