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White House Bars 4 U.S. Journalists From Trump's Dinner With Kim in Hanoi

WASHINGTON – The White House on Wednesday barred four President Trump's dinner with the North Korean Leader, Kim Jong-un, in Hanoi, Vietnam. Mr. Trump at an earlier It is highly unusual for a presidential administration to retaliate against reporters by restricting their access, in particular at a close scrutinized foreign summit meeting. Mr. Trump's predecessors, who often called for expressions …

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Apple's new deal for journalists should be publisher to

Programming Notice: The third-party software we use to publish The Interface was inactive on Tuesday, so I could not compile the usual newsletter or email you as usual. But I still wrote a column because I love you. Social networks influence democracy in part because they make up a large part of our common information area. Which voices are bubbling …

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Ligue du LOL: Secret group of French journalists target women

Image copyright Getty Images Caption The group targeted people with rape and pornography with photo shops. Several senior French journalists were suspended or fired for alleged online harassment by a private Facebook group. The mostly male Ligue du LOL mocked women, including other journalists, with rape and photoshopped pornographic images. Dozens of women have spoken out since the group was …

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez defends journalists amid layoffs

Social Media Queen Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (DN.Y.) used her Twitter platform to defend journalists amidst a series of layoffs across the media industry. In a Saturday tweet, the newly-elected Congressman warned that "The biggest threats to journalism today are technical monopolies and property concentrations" that argue for "high-quality journalism." Without a host of news agencies, she warned, "Our democracy will …

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Khashoggi: How a hacked phone could have led killers to Saudi journalists

NSO denies any involvement in Khashoggi's death, insisting that its software is "used only to combat terrorism and crime." The company was convicted by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden as "the worst of the worst" videoconference with an Israeli audience last November. "The NSO group in the world today, based on the evidence before us, is the worst in selling these …

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Myanmar: Wives of Reuters Journalists Express Despair Over Judgment | news

Yangon, Myanmar – The families of two Reuters journalists imprisoned in Myanmar who had uncovered a massacre in Rakhine State were devastated on Friday when a court dismissed the couple's appeal to overturn their seven-year jail term , [19659002] After the judge finds his verdict in a crowded courtroom in downtown Yangon, the wives of Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe …

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