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Venezuela Launches Probe into Anti-Regime Newspaper for ‘Promoting Hate’

Venezuela Launches Probe into Anti-Regime Newspaper for ‘Promoting Hate’

Venezuela's National Telecommunications Commission (Conatel) has launched a "sanctioning procedure" against El Nacional, one of the nation's oldest newspapers, accusing the outlet of "promoting hate"
Facebook releases its U.S. political ad archive

Facebook releases its U.S. political ad archive

Facebook’s new archive for U.S. political ads — created to give users more information about who is advertising on Facebook and who they are trying to target — went live today. The archive was first
Salesforce data scientist surveys the state of AI-assisted photography

Salesforce data scientist surveys the state of AI-assisted photography

Saleforce's Michael Sollami gave a talk on recent advances on computational photography at the Re-Work Deep Learning Summit.
FRANCE 24 marks Vietnam launch with special programming

FRANCE 24 marks Vietnam launch with special programming

FRANCE 24’s English-language channel is broadcasting a series of reports on Vietnam and the Vietnamese diaspora to mark its expanded presence in the South-East Asian country.
NRA: We need common sense media control to prevent future school shootings

NRA: We need common sense media control to prevent future school shootings

"...not giving them any attention will do more to stop school shootings than any gun control measure ever will." The post NRA: We need common sense media control to prevent future school shootings

Pulling on String: How We Designed Our New Podcast Logo

Yesterday, we launched the Mother Jones Podcast. One exciting step in putting out a new show is creating a logo that distills for eyeballs the essence of what we are offering listeners’ eardrums.

Irish Citizens Are Going #HomeToVote on Abortion And It’s Warming Our Cold, American Hearts

As Ireland prepares to vote on a historic referendum that could legalize abortion in the deeply Catholic country, Irish citizens are flying home to cast their votes—and they’re using the now-trending
Google confirms Feed ads are a test

Google confirms Feed ads are a test

Google is testing a new ad placement: ad cards right in the Google Feed. The Google Feed cards look like all the rest, except for a small green “Ad” badge in the bottom left-hand corner. Some users
GDPR claims its first victims: U.S. newspapers

GDPR claims its first victims: U.S. newspapers

Today marks the start of Europe’s tough new privacy regime, and despite two years of warning and preparation time, at least two newspaper chains in the U.S. couldn’t figure it out. Readers in Europe

How the Media Helped Legitimize Extremism

A new study, by a respected scholar on internet culture, winds up a penetrating indictment of journalism's internal inconsistencies.
How the Washington Press Fell in Love With John McCain

How the Washington Press Fell in Love With John McCain

Caswell Cooke has been telling the story for nearly two decades. Long before he was elected to the town council in my hometown of Westerly, Rhode Island, the local businessman hosted a “dorky
Elon Musk’s Fall to Earth

Elon Musk’s Fall to Earth

Many things are going very well for Elon Musk. He is the closest thing the popular imagination has to Steve Jobs. He just sent a sports car to Mars. He has a cool new girlfriend, the musician Grimes.
Donald Trump: ‘Corrupt’ Media Hates ‘Spygate’ Story

Donald Trump: ‘Corrupt’ Media Hates ‘Spygate’ Story

President Donald J. Trump ridiculed the establishment media for ignoring the story about an FBI informant deployed to spy on his presidential campaign in 2016.
Facebook and Google targeted as first GDPR complaints filed

Facebook and Google targeted as first GDPR complaints filed

Users have been forced into agreeing new terms of service, says EU consumer rights bodyFacebook and Google have become the targets of the first official complaints of GDPR noncompliance, filed on the

Spotify is reportedly rethinking its ‘hateful conduct’ policy

Spotify caused a stir when it unveiled its “hateful conduct” policy earlier this month. Now, a few weeks later, it’s reportedly already rethinking the tact, after pushback from artists and inside the
Facebook is building chips to analyze and filter live video

Facebook is building chips to analyze and filter live video

Facebook is in the process of making its own chips for filtering video content, chief AI scientist Yann LeCun revealed today in a talk at the Viva Technology industry conference in Paris. Conventional
Microsoft is developing a tool to help engineers catch bias in algorithms

Microsoft is developing a tool to help engineers catch bias in algorithms

Microsoft is developing a tool that can detect bias in artificial intelligence algorithms with the goal of helping businesses use AI without running the risk of discriminating against certain people.
ProBeat: 3 issues Slack needs to fix

ProBeat: 3 issues Slack needs to fix

OPINION: I’ve used Slack on and off for years, but only about a month ago did my team start using it full time. The tool is growing on me, sure, but having used a variety of alternatives, I also find
US news sites are ghosting European readers on GDPR deadline

US news sites are ghosting European readers on GDPR deadline

A cluster of U.S. news websites has gone dark for readers in Europe as the EU’s new privacy laws went into effect on Friday. The ruleset, known as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), outlines a
Rudy Giuliani Finally Described The Essence of Trump

Rudy Giuliani Finally Described The Essence of Trump

“Truth is relative.” Leave it to Rudy Giuliani to efficiently articulate the essence of the Trump era. Perhaps the presidential lawyer—in explaining how Robert Mueller “may have a different version of