While the Newseum may have closed its doors to the public, journalism and a free press still and should remain essential parts of American democracy.
Russia has instated new legislation aimed at countering fake news but serves to increase censorship online.
The Sudanese government has censored social media in light of ongoing protests against an authoritarian regime.
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Orders from the government amid rising political tensions have left citizens without access to social media platforms and messaging services for months.
When Israeli voters take to the polls in April, some worry that the election outcome may be a result of third-party advertising manipulation and propaganda.
Last month’s premiere of CBS’s new drama “The Good Fight” was, by nearly all metrics, a success. The show not only won its Sunday night time slot, but was also hailed by critics as a quality spin-off of its predecessor “The Good Wife.” Despite the
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Since the creation of the Internet, smartphones, and cable television, the nature of journalism has changed drastically. For newspapers, this means people are not relying on them as a sole source of information anymore. Although the Internet is forcing papers out of business and costing