As it considers rules governing the relationships between content creators and service providers, the FCC asks, ‘What is the right public policy to ensure that the Internet remains open?’
As the leading organization representing thousands of digital journalists worldwide, we’d like to respond to that question: The right public policy is one that ensures the Internet serves as an unrestricted platform for a rich, diverse and inclusive news media ecosystem.
Reminder: There Is No Privacy On The Web, And ‘Personal’ Pages Are Not Safe Zones
We just feel that we need to offer as much variety as possible and force ourselves to experiment with how we tell the stories.
Nieman Lab talks with Jason Stallman about the planning the Times put into its World Cup coverage and how audiences have responded to the range of work the produced.
The debate about what journalists who cover the poor owe their subjects remains unsettled, and the answer is as important today as ever. Income inequality, rising steadily since the 1970s, is now at its highest level in America since 1928. If one of journalism’s duties is to hold the public accountable for the realities of democracy, then it is crucial to tell the stories of those who are losing out… But that type of coverage also forces journalists into unsettled ethical terrain.
The longstanding debate about whether and when a reporter can intervene in a story is rekindled in the age of inequality.
Complaints like the one lobbied against Tinder are all too common in the technology industry and are indicative of a deeper, troubled culture.
Ashe Dryden, a programmer and an advocate for workplace diversity, discusses the lawsuit that Whitney Wolfe, former executive at Tinder, has filed against the company.