Must Reads in Media & Technology: June 28

    by Bianca Fortis
    June 28, 2017

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    1. Facebook’s Secret Censorship Rules Protect White Men from Hate Speech But Not Black Children (Julia Angwin and Hannes Grassegger / ProPublica)

    2. Google News Launches a Streamlined Redesign That Gives More Prominence to Fact Checking (Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab)


    3. The Washington Post’s New Social Media Policy Forbids Disparaging Advertisers (Andrew Beaujon / Washingtonian)

    4. Is the Staggeringly Profitable Business of Scientific Publishing Bad for Science? (Stephen Buranyi / The Guardian)

    5. Trying to Write a Killer Headline for Social? Here are Some of the Most (and Least) Effective Phrases (Shan Wang / Nieman Lab)


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