A Greek court has prohibited the broadcast of an investigative television show, ruling temporarily that it could compromise the secrecy of an ongoing police investigation. The Associated Press says the judge wants to complete her investigation. Meantime, an airing of it or even advertisements for it would face "severe" legal sanctions. The broadcaster, Mega TV, says it will defy the ruling and proceed with the segment of the Protagonists show.
The New York Times says Penguin in India has withdrawn and destroyed the remaining copies of a book on Hindu nationalism. It says it worries that laws affecting freedom of expression pose a challenge to the book's content. It does not want to operate outside of the law, even if it believes those laws are "intolerant and restrictive." There are concerns the publisher was pressured by nationalists.
BuzzFeed reports that it appears photos on Twitter are banned in Venezuela. The government has been asserting greater control over media amid widespread public protests. The block appears to be with the state-run Internet provider, although a private firm also appears to be part of the ban.