Internet

Friday's Front Page Spins Pro-Wikileaks Hackers as Defenders of Web Freedom

Fighting for Internet freedom...by shutting down websites? That's reporter Noam Cohen's strange take on hacker supporters of WikiLeaks taking down websites they disagree with: "...the loosely ...

Prostitution Ads Still a Problem on Craigslist Despite Recent Crackdowns

Website reluctantly removes sex ads, allows suspected brothels to advertise as 'massage parlors.'

Kyra Phillips Asks if Something Needs to be Done 'Legally' about 'Anonymous Bloggers'

CNN 'Newsroom' looks into internet's effect on culture, Sherrod story and promotes calls for internet 'gatekeeper.'

New Technology Puts Journalists on Defense, Just Like Rest of Us

Post's Weigel fiasco a hint of things to come as more liberal journalists get outed by blogs.

Washington Post Details Conservative Surge on Internet, Features MRC's Bozell

In a lengthy front-page article, the Washington Post details how conservatives, including the Media Research Center, have capitalized on new media innovations over the past few years to become a ...

Blue Tube

Four Reasons to Keep Your Children Away From YouTube This Summer

Surprise: NYT Notices Harassment Tactics of Prop. 8 Opponents

"For the backers of Proposition 8, the state ballot measure to stop single-sex couples from marrying in California, victory has been soured by the ugly specter of intimidation. Some donors to ...

2008 Was Rough for Traditional Media

Newspaper companies lost $64B overall and print ownership continues to drag down stock prices across business models.

Unmasking the Myths Behind the Fairness Doctrine

I do not agree with what you have to say, but Ill defend to the death your right to say it. - Voltaire

Unmasking the Myths Behind the Fairness Doctrine: Executive Summary

I do not agree with what you have to say, but Ill defend to the death your right to say it.
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