Group Registration for Unpublished Photos Will Allow 750 Images Per Upload
NPPA Joins Call for Inquiry into Journalists' Arrests in St. Louis
Mannie Garcia Donates $5,000 to NPPA Legal Advocacy
Groups Urge FCC Chair to Denounce Trump's Threat to Challenge Broadcast Licenses
House Bill Introduced for Copyright Small Claims
‘Stay Away’ Order Misused Against Protestors Violates First Amendment Rights
Capitol Police Responds To Deleted Photos Order
NPPA Joins Brief in DART Suit
'Stay Away' Order Misused Against Protestors
Wyoming Data Censorship Laws Entitled to First Amendment Review
NPPA Protests Ban on Concert Photos in Public Parks
NPPA Supports U.S. Press Freedom Tracker
NPPA Posts Letter Concerning News Coverage Interference
Media Calls on Trump to Allow Cameras in Briefings
Drone Coalition Warns Against Legislation Before Consensus
RTDNA and NPPA Urge Senate Not to Change Press Access
An Open Season on Journalists?
NPPA Joins Media Organizations to Pledge to Strengthen Journalism Community in World Press Freedom Day Statement
Through an Artist's Lens: Copyright Office Modernization
Led by the NPPA, more than 60 media organizations join in support of journalists’ rights.
Mannie Garcia wins a $45,000 civil rights lawsuit against Montgomery County police in Maryland.
NPPA helps photographers retrieve cameras confiscated at protests.
NPPA General Counsel Mickey Osterreicher testifies in support of cameras in Federal Courts.
Freedom of the Press Foundation calls for camera campanies to build encryption into their products.
NPPA joins with 18 media associations in an open letter to President-elect Donald Trump asking for a full press pool, honoring FOIA requests and other issues.
Charges dismissed against journalist who recorded video outside of a courtroom.
News Media Coalition tells FTC that current privacy laws can cover drone issues.