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29 luglio 2022

Can We Resist the Age of the Algorithm?

Ross Douthat

The New York Times

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26 luglio 2022

How one Mexican magazine adopted inclusive language in Spanish

“The use of non-discriminatory language can become a tool to make diversity visible.”

HANAA' TAMEEZ

NiemenLab

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24 luglio 2022

Companies cannot win America’s culture wars

Business leaders wary of taking positions on contentious issues should look at their wider political strategy

ANDREW EDGECLIFFE-JOHNSON

Financial Times

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21 luglio 2022

Fox News and MSNBC 'fail to adhere to basic journalistic standards', says credibility rater Newsguard

Newsguard has now revised down the credibility scores for both Fox News and rival liberal network MSNBC

Bron Maher

PressGazette

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18 luglio 2022

La sfida agli speculatori che ha cambiato il modo di comunicare dei banchieri

Alberto Orioli

Il Sole 24 Ore

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14 luglio 2022

Uno studio calcola quanto gli algoritmi influenzano il dibattito pubblico in Italia

Il progetto Algocount spiega come funzionano gli algoritmi di raccomandazione dei contenuti di informazione in Italia. Con un'inedita rappresentazione artistica

Andrea Indiano

Wired

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12 luglio 2022

The European Commission’s disinformation fail

The bloc’s revised code steps back from the fight at hand, directly capitulating to Silicon Valley platforms

L. GORDON CROVITZ

Politico

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10 luglio 2022

There are too many mass shootings for the U.S. media to cover

News organizations must make agonizing decisions about which shootings deserve on-the-ground reporting, and for how long

Jeremy Barr and Elahe Izadi

The Washington Post

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7 luglio 2022

Giustizia mediatica e populismo penale, due processi perdenti

La postmodernità ha reso complicato e controverso il rapporto fra la categoria del tempo e la funzione di giustizia

Giovanni Canzio

Il Sole 24 Ore

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6 luglio 2022

UK journalism has received almost £80m in philanthropy since 2019 but US dominates donations for news

UK journalism has been supported by at least £77m* of philanthropic funding since 2019, Press Gazette research has found – although funding for news remains a fraction of what’s available in the US

Aisha Majid

PressGazette

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5 luglio 2022

Disinformation Has Become Another Untouchable Problem in Washington

Numerous federal agencies agree that widely promoted falsehoods threaten the nation’s security. Doing something about them is another matter

Steven Lee Myers and Eileen Sullivan

The New York Times

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1 luglio 2022

Disinformazione, come sgonfiare la bolla russa. Parla Giacomelli (Agcom)

Francesco Bechis

Formiche

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28 giugno 2022

Every week, two more newspapers close — and ‘news deserts’ grow larger

In poorer, less-wired parts of the U.S., it’s harder to find credible news about your local community. That has dire implications for democracy

Margaret Sullivan

The Washington Post

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28 giugno 2022

First Amendment Confrontation May Loom in Post-Roe Fight

Without a federal right to abortion, questions about how states can regulate speech about it suddenly become much murkier

Jeremy W. Peters

The New York Times

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22 giugno 2022

L’Istat e i sondaggi: ci sono due Italie?

Dario Di Vico

Corriere della Sera

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21 giugno 2022

Judge Allows Fox News Defamation Suit to Include Fox Corporation

The decision broadens the possible legal exposure to the highest ranks of the Fox media empire

Jeremy W: Peters

The New York Times

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28 luglio 2022

Russian national charged with U.S. political influence operation

Florida activist group was used to sow discord and spread pro-Russian propaganda, Justice Dept. says

Devlin Barrett

The Washington Post

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25 luglio 2022

Special Report: Nonostante le promesse della piattaforma non si ferma la proliferazione di contenuti pericolosi sull'aborto fai-da-te su TikTok

L’analisi di NewsGuard

McKenzie Sadeghi e Valerie Pavilonis

NewsGuard

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23 luglio 2022

Why Rupert Murdoch Is Finally Done with Donald Trump

A politician on the wane is of little value to the media mogul

JACK SHAFER

Politica

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21 luglio 2022

The January 6 committee revolutionizes democratic storytelling

Jon Allsop

Columbia Journalism Review

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17 luglio 2022

Il sondaggio segreto del Cremlino: tra i giovani russi crolla il consenso per la guerra

Si chiama «Operazione militare speciale: aree problematiche». Il documento è prodotto da Vciom, la grande società di sondaggi controllata dal Cremlino

Federico Fubini

Corriere della Sera

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14 luglio 2022

I Once Supported Putin. Now I Know the Truth

Anastasiia Carrier believed Russian propaganda — until she moved to America and became a journalist

ANASTASIIA CARRIER

Politico

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12 luglio 2022

The Biden administration’s weasel words on press freedom

Jon Allsop

Columbia Journalism Review

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10 luglio 2022

Shell takes to TikTok as oil groups try to boost credentials during energy crisis

Social media ad spending jumps as industry invokes national security concerns

Aime Williams and Camilla Hodgson

Financial Times

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7 luglio 2022

I stopped reading the news. Is the problem me — or the product?

Amanda Ripley

The Washington Post

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6 luglio 2022

Who’s afraid of TikTok?

The world’s most exciting app is also its most mistrusted

The Economist

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5 luglio 2022

White House Communications Director Plans to Step Down

Kate Bedingfield will be the latest senior adviser to leave the Biden administration, whose messaging has faced growing criticism from Democrats

Zolan Kanno-Youngs

The New York Times

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1 luglio 2022

L'antiamericanismo italiano trionfa con "Laims" e la "cancel culture". Ma l'America è sempre l'America

Michele Masneri

Il Foglio

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28 giugno 2022

TikTok Is Flooded With Health Myths. These Creators Are Pushing Back

Meet the medical experts fighting bogus science, one “stitch” at a time

Rina Raphael

The New York Times

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27 giugno 2022

Arrest of Journalist in India Adds to Press Freedom Concern

Mohammed Zubair, the co-founder of the fact-checking website Alt News and a critic of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was held after a complaint from an anonymous Twitter user

Sameer Yasir

The New York Times

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22 giugno 2022

Journalism has suddenly taken off on TikTok: What publishers need to know

Tiktok has grown into a major force on social media – but journalism and publications have, until this year, largely failed to make an impact on the app

Andrew Kersley

PressGazette

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19 giugno 2022

Carrie Johnson and the curious case of the vanishing Times story

Report had claimed Boris Johnson tried to hire his now wife as chief of staff when foreign secretary, but then it was deleted

Rowena Mason and Jim Waterson

The Guardian

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27 luglio 2022

Carlo De Benedetti e la mostrificazione di Meloni

Gli attacchi caricaturali sono campagna elettorale a favore della leader di FdI

Il Foglio

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24 luglio 2022

The fatal hike that became a Nazi propaganda coup

Kate Connolly

The Guardian

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21 luglio 2022

Banned in Europe, Kremlin-Backed RT Channel Turns to Africa

Antony Sguazzin

Bloomberg

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19 luglio 2022

Q&A:The Guardian’s media editor talks about the role of the UK press in choosing the next PM

Jem Bartholomew

Columbia Journalism Review

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14 luglio 2022

Democracy dies behind a paywall

Paywalls bolster news organizations’ bottom lines, but leave Americans in the dark. As a public service, let everyone read election stories for free

Tara McGowan

Poynter.

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12 luglio 2022

A Bored Chinese Housewife Spent Years Falsifying Russian History on Wikipedia

She “single-handedly invented a new way to undermine Wikipedia,” says a Wikipedian

Rachel Cheung

Vice

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12 luglio 2022

Unimaginable abortion stories will become more common. Is American journalism ready?

In America after the end of Roe v. Wade, one brave source, on the record, is often the best we are going to get. Countless other stories will never be told

LAURA HAZARD OWEN

NiemenLab

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7 luglio 2022

Journalism and the limits of Boris Johnson

By Jon Allsop

Columbia Journalism Review

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6 luglio 2022

I problemi dei media con il Web3

Una copertura poco critica delle notizie sull'evoluzione di internet legata a criptovalute e metaverso rischia di provocare un entusiasmo ingiustificato

Il Post

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6 luglio 2022

News startup Semafor invited Tucker Carlson to talk about “the future of journalism.” Things did not go well

Sarah Scire

NiemenLab

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2 luglio 2022

Fake news: ecco come arriva in Italia la propaganda russa sul web

Milena Gabanelli e Simona Ravizza

Corriere della Sera

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30 giugno 2022

How China is making Hong Kong more “Chinese”

Migration drives appear to be boosting Hong Kong’s national pride

The Economist

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28 giugno 2022

Abortion is illegal for millions. Will Big Tech help prosecute it?

Tech companies share data with police every day. Privacy advocates and some tech employees say that needs to change now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned

Gerrit De Vynck, Caroline O'Donovan, Nitasha Tiku and Elizabeth Dwoskin

The Washington Post

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23 giugno 2022

How Abortion Misinformation and Disinformation Spread Online

With reproductive rights being dismantled, social media companies need to stop propagating lies

Jenna Sherman

Scientific American

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22 giugno 2022

Gli influencer creati dagli algoritmi hanno milioni di follower

Tevi Kuch

Internazionale

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19 giugno 2022

A group of Spanish radio stations are being sold to a new democratic Latino group

NPR