Pravda of old is not an option.
I do not actually see the need for this. It seems there are now thousands of news sources in every language. I feel more important is the restrictions that should be placed on those who post data which falls into the category of treason, such as wikileaks. In my opinion during war time and participating allies these types of news site should be treated as treason. Also I feel the FCC should focus more on spammers and online scam prevention and hold these accountable as well. Small websites such http://www.newsweird.com are spammed constantly by scapers, spam bots, comment bots, hackers etc... Why should we be forced to foot the bill for these additional bandwidth and server costs? Why should the little guys be over looked while they use bots to try and gain access to secure areas by brute force? Or is news for immigrants more important in America?
Hello,I am a student at Middlebury College in Vermont. I am writing my thesis on different types of journalism and the idea of a "public sphere" as created by the media. I am very interested in this report. When will it become available online? Is there a way to access any of its findings before it is officially published?Best wishes,-George Altshulergaltshul [at] middlebury.edu
not allowing free speech is not an option either
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