Internet

NBC Attacks Online Dealmakers

'Today' accuses special offer clubs of misleading customers who don't read the 'fine print.'

FCC Commissioner: Return of Fairness Doctrine Could Control Web Content

McDowell warns reinstated powers could play in net neutrality debate, lead to government requiring balance on Web sites.

Pence: Republican Protesters 'Don't Need' 'Mainstream Media'

Congressmen dismiss necessity of network TV coverage; call on McCain to help drilling cause.

Courts Can't Cope with COPA

The Third Circuit strikes down Congress's attempt to protect children from online porn by requiring smut site visitors to provide adult ID.

Washington Examiner CEO: Free Content Key to Newspaper Success

Michael Phelps advocates editorial posture 'slightly right of center' and 'pro-business.'

Schumer: 'Hardly Anyone' Reads Time, Newsweek

New York senator says 'bloggers,' 'Internet' sources of Dem success with youth

With the Digital Revolution, We Need to Rethink Privacy

Society's rules seem to be changing faster than people can keep up.

Rather Blasts 'Huge Corporations' that Intrude into Newsrooms

Former 'CBS Evening News' anchor blames corporations, Internet and 9/11 for changes in media climate.

This Just In: Internet Comments Often Rude, Vitriolic

Double standards of offensiveness? Stunned Public Editor Clark Hoyt launches a tirade against a commentor who invited the Times to take in illegal immigrants - but a death wish against Dick Cheney ...
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