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The Guardian view of Trump's populism: weaponised and silenced by social media | Editorial >> the US does have an official ministry of truth in the form of the president’s bully pulpit which Trump used to normalise lying

The Guardian view of Trump's populism: weaponised and silenced by social media | Editorial

The Guardian view of Trump's populism: weaponised and silenced by social media | Editorial

Charities claim media and politicians are reducing them to “fodder for phoney culture wars" according to Guardian report. 72% of campaigners claim negative media coverage threatens their freedom to campaign

After denouncing the deactivation of Donald Trump's social media accounts, Poland plans to make it illegal for tech companies to take similar actions there @shaunwalker7  / The Guardian)

Poland plans to make censoring of social media accounts illegal @shaunwalker7  / The Guardian)

Google admits to running 'experiments' which remove some media sites from its search results - from The Guardian

Guardian Media Group appoints Claire Blunt as its new chief advertising officer and CEO of international (overseeing Guardian Jobs, US & Australia + global ads). She is currently chief financial, operations and data officer for Hearst’s European business and will start on 1 March

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Google admits it is running "experiments", each reaching about 1% of search users in Australia, which remove some media sites from its search results @Paul_Karp  / The Guardian)

Thank you to The Guardian for picking up on our media alert about pollution surrounding a Nebraska ethanol plant: ‘There’s a red flag here’: how an ethanol plant is dangerously polluting a US village

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As Guardian, BBC, Mirror + many others announce rafts of redundancies, almost alone in UK media, The Spectator is hiring. Here's why: several years ago we decided future lay in subscriptions -- print, digital or both. We didn't mind which. But to read us you had to subscribe.

MI5/MI6 puff pieces, exodus of national security & investigations reporters, and fabricated stories about Assange: How UK's The Guardian became the mouthpiece of choice for intelligence agencies. Important piece to understand how intel uses the media.

Mark Weisbrot's and Jeffrey Sachs's shocking report that the US embargo on Venezuela has killed 40,000 people has almost no media pick up. No surprise; but consider the suffering, and the prospect of a Pinochet-style coup, the next time the Guardian solicits donations.

The GoFundMe created by Wikileaks yesterday to raise money to sue the Guardian over its fake Assange-Manafort story has raised $29,315 from 573 people on its first day. You can boost it and help send a signal that the media will pay a price for fake news.

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8/ Even 2 hours after I read it, I still can't believe that Politico actually published an article by an ex-CIA agent under a fake name saying that if the Guardian's blockbuster Assange/Manafort story is false, it's Russia's fault. Parodying the US media at this point is futile.

6/ In response to a highly dubious Guardian story, POLITICO allowed an ex-CIA officer to use a fake name to publish demonstrable lies and blame Russia for this potentially huge media scandal - zero self-critique. Why would a profession that acts this way expect to be trusted?

Happy 3-week anniversary to this blockbuster story! * No media outlet has confirmed it. * No photo/video evidence has emerged. * Ex-embassy official called the story "fake." * Guardian refuses to talk about or retract it. Why do people not trust media outlets??

Guardian knows practically every word of this is a lie, yet splash it. They know Field worked for Cameron, loved Thatcher and Enoch Powell. They know he has never said a word on AS. They know he won’t fight a by-election. Now that is media corruption.

Guardian Media Group has pledged £100k donation to Charlie Hebdo to help ensure it's not silenced. Google giving $300k