Must Reads in Media & Technology: Jan. 20

    by Kelly O'Mara
    January 20, 2017

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    1. Women’s March on Washington Raises Ethical Questions for Media Outlets (Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / Women’s Wear Daily)

    2. Clearing Out the App Stores: Government Censorship Made Easier (Farhad Manjoo / New York Times)


    3. The Atlantic Creates Google Spreadsheet To Make Trump’s Financial Disclosures More Accessible (Jeremy Venook / The Atlantic)

    4. Google Uses Its Search Engine to Hawk Its Products (Jack Nicas / Wall Street Journal)

    5. The Washington Post Announces The Lily (Washington Post)


    6. The Real Story of 2016: What Reporters — And Lots of Data Geeks, Too — Missed About the Election (Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight)


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    Tagged: donald trump election 2016 google journalism ethics the washington post

    One response to “Must Reads in Media & Technology: Jan. 20”

    1. Javalin2016 says:

      The punk has his minions shut down the Dept of Interiors Twitter account because he didn’t like the negative comments posted about the low turnout for his inauguration.

      This is just the start of the punk’s crack down on the media. He wants to have total control over the message and will shut down any negative comments made about him, his policies or his administration. Communist countries and dictators do this in order to maintain control over the people. I’m sure the Punk in Chief can learn lots from his buddy Putnin when it comes to message control.

      Fortunately for the United States, we don’t back down. I and others will post the truth of what we see and read until they come to take my computer out of my cold dead hands.

      If the punk thinks he can control content and opinion, he’s dead wrong. Citizen journalists will never bow down to the oppression that the punk and his clown car of uneducated deplorables will try to impose on the citizenry of the United States.

      I’m hoping for a swift impeachment.

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