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Plus: The Manti Te’o hoax, The Atlantic’s botched Scientology advertorial, a check on CNET’s editorial independence, and the rest of the week’s media/tech news.
Plus: The backlash over Instagram’s new terms of service, a new foundation to support transparency journalism, and the rest of the week’s media news.
Journalist’s Resource sifts through the academic journals so you don’t have to. Here are 10 of the studies about social and digital media they found most interesting in 2012.
Plus: Lessons from the Petraeus scandal, war on social media between Israel and Hamas, and the rest of the week’s media and tech must-reads.
The website formerly known as MSNBC.com no longer promises to let users opt out of targeted advertising. Adrienne LaFrance
Scoople is a social news game, an aggregator, and, ultimately, a pollster.
Plus: Where tech journalism is headed, the AP’s newest copyright battle, news sites’ advertising struggles, and the rest of this week’s media/tech news.
Plus: Postmortem analysis of the SOPA/PIPA fight, more discussion on truth vigilantes and iBooks, and the rest of the week’s big stories in journalism and tech.
Plus: Journalists arrested at Occupy Wall Street, more fallout over Romenesko and attribution, Amazon’s Kindle Fire release, and the rest of the week’s future-of-news reads.
Protesting a proposed media-muzzling law, Italian Wikipedia goes dark. Megan Garber