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More than 450 reporters from 250 outlets across the country have published over 300 stories as part of the Electionland project.
At the NICAR conference this weekend, data journalists and legal professionals discussed the ethical and criminal implications of hacking in the newsroom.
September 21, 2009
“Does this mean every single new tweet or podcast or TinyLetter or YouTube video will explode into viral acclaim? Of course not. But some of them will. Because there is an audience for it, and a market for it.” Rachel Sklar
“When you consider how publishers might compete with the platforms going forward, it seems likely it will take the same thoughtful and high-minded approach around advertising that we take now with our content.” M. Scott Havens
“This is Fake,” a project that emerged from a post-election hack day at Slate, defines “fake” news as “something intentionally misleading, intentionally false.”
“When my cousins’ Facebook timelines make no meaningful distinction between fact-checked magazine stories and flat-out lies from an AdSense scammer or a Fox News propagandist, the means by which meaningful public discourse can happen isn’t only damaged, it’s broken.” Maria Bustillos