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WikiLeaks is a nonprofit website dedicated to leaking sensitive documents. WikiLeaks was launched in 2006 by an international group of activists that included Julian Assange, the site’s current editor. WikiLeaks is funded by anonymous private donors and does not accept government or corporate funding. The site temporarily shut down in early 2010 while asking for…

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Mark Coddington    February 21, 2014
Plus: NSA surveillance of WikiLeaks, a new net neutrality proposal, LinkedIn’s expanded platform, and the rest of the week’s news about the news.
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John Wihbey    January 31, 2014
Vigorous linking as an antidote to newspaper failure, who gets crowdfunded, and skepticism around the standard narrative of the Arab Spring: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
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John Wihbey    September 30, 2013
How men and women interact differently on Twitter, new books on digital politics, and China’s “human flesh search engine”: all that and more in this month’s roundup of the academic literature.
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Mark Coddington    September 24, 2013
In a new study, academic and Nieman Lab contributor Mark Coddington looks at how journalists defined their work in response to WikiLeaks — what made them different from Julian Assange.
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Mark Coddington    August 23, 2013
Plus: Bradley Manning is sentenced to 35 years in prison, Patch cuts its workforce, Jeff Bezos next steps at The Washington Post, and the rest of the week’s news on journalism and the web.
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Mark Coddington    August 2, 2013
Plus: A Fox News interview goes viral, layoffs in Cleveland, new hires for Al Jazeera, and the rest of the week’s news on journalism and the web.
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Mark Coddington    July 12, 2013
Plus: A judge rules that Apple colluded on ebooks, CNN’s shift into tabloid journalism, and the rest of the week’s future-of-news news.
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Mark Coddington    July 5, 2013
Plus: The travails of Edward Snowden, the birth of 21st Century Fox, the death of Google Reader, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
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Mark Coddington    June 28, 2013
Plus: Instagram goes up against Vine in video, two illuminating new journalism studies, and the rest of the news from the past few weeks.
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Mark Coddington    June 7, 2013
Plus: Developments in the DOJ’s seizure cases, The Washington Post unveils its pay plan, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
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Mark Coddington    April 12, 2013
Plus: BuzzFeed’s native advertising model, protecting anonymous sources at Fox News, and the rest of the week’s news about the future of news.
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Mark Coddington    March 1, 2013
Plus: Updates from the paywall migration, the renaming of The International Herald Tribune, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
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John Keane    February 17, 2013
WikiLeaks didn’t unleash the end to government secrecy some feared (or hoped for). But Julian Assange, holed up in a London embassy, is planning his next act: running for the Australian Senate.
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Mark Coddington    January 11, 2013
Plus: The debate over transparency and objectivity, more fallout from gun record publication, the Bradley Manning case, and the rest of the week’s media/tech news.