DARE: Scholars Have Data on Millions of Facebook Users. Who’s Guarding It?
Possession of Facebook users' data by researchers and academic institutions sets off security and privacy concerns. Chilling account of Twitter mob targeting journalists critical of engineer and investor Elon… More
DARE: Trump Promotes Fox Coverage of Embassy Opening
Trump uses his Twitter account to do promo for Fox News live coverage of U.S. embassy opening in Jerusalem. Facebook briefly turns on new feature that shows who creates… More
DARE: White House reporters confront Sanders: Why should Americans still believe Trump?
Journalists confront White House press secretary about presidential truthfulness, and even usually supportive Wall Street Journal editorial board says President Trump’s record is increasing the likelihood that few will… More
DARE: CEO Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Will Rank News Outlets By Trustworthiness
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tells media executives that system ranking news organizations based on trustworthiness and promotes content based on that metric is in place. News business analyst shows… More
DARE: The many reactions to Michelle Wolf’s speech
While President Trump vilifies journalists at Michigan rally, debate erupts over whether comedian’s routine was too harsh at the White House Correspondents' Association Dinner in Washington. More
DARE: Comey Memo: Trump Floated Idea Of Jailing Journalists To Make Them ‘Talk’
Publication of James Comey memos detailing conversations with Donald Trump show the president encouraged jailing journalists over leaks. More
Myanmar Judge’s Decision to Continue Prosecution of Journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo a Miscarriage of Justice
“Myanmar’s prosecutors are engaged in a politically motivated effort to punish journalism. Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo's arrest and imprisonment is a black mark on Myanmar’s nascent democracy,… More