Category Archives: Privacy

The Real Question for Jeff Bezos: Time to Invest in Journalism?

It’s been fascinating to watch the cheerleading that’s gone on since the announcement that the Graham family was selling The Washington Post to founder Jeff Bezos. When the announcement was made, the reaction from technologists and Web journalists was … Continue reading

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Should you always publish a video?

I wrote this colmn for the Daily Hampshire Gazette this week: AMHERST – When the judge in the involuntary manslaughter trial of former Pelham Police Chief Edward B. Fleury ruled this week that video of the accidental shooting of 8-year-old … Continue reading

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Weigel, the ‘off-the-record’ listserv and Club Journolist

One of the main critiques of journalists over the years is the notion that we are insular; that we play by our own rules and that we are clubby and enjoy fraternizing. The recent debacle involving former Washington Post blogger … Continue reading

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