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Why Google's Takedown of News Links in the EU Is a Good Thing

[Commentary] Because the European Union has recognized a "right to be forgotten," it is now possible for European citizens to request that Google remove links to stories that provide information about their lives.

Why Facebook Should Follow Ethical Standards -- LIke Everybody Else

[Commentary] On July 2, 2014, Facebook's Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg, defended the company's recent controversial experiment, which manipulated users' newsfeeds to change their moods.

A Bill of Rights for the Online World

[Commentary] The Internet needs concrete, fundamental protections to ensure that it is not abused by those with the power to do so.

NBC News Airs an Hour-Long Commercial For Its Corporate Sibling

Don't ever let it be said that NBC News isn't willing to give a little boost to its fellow members of the NBCUniversal corporate family.

Why the SCOTUS Cellphone Decision is a Win for Press Freedom

[Commentary] According to the Supreme Court, police need a warrant to search the cellphones of people they arrest.

The Dangers of the Comcast Time Warner Merger

[Commentary] The proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger has the potential of carrying considerable implications for New York City consumers.

Advocacy Journalism Is Polarizing Our Country

[Commentary] Over the past 15 years, as newspaper circulation has declined, more and more people are turning to advocacy journalism via websites, talk radio, cable TV, and blogs to get their news.

Glenn Greenwald On Why Privacy Is Vital, Even If You 'Have Nothing To Hide'

Journalist Glenn Greenwald defended the value of digital privacy and slammed those who dismiss its importance during a stop on his national book tour.

Saving Community Access Television

[Commentary] While most of us are aware of community access television -- those cable channels that are reserved for local government and public access programming -- few people recognize what an important resource this is for communities througho

AM Broadcasters Must Fight for Survival or Be Forced Over the 'Buffalo Jump'

[Commentary] In the days before guns and horses, Native Americans used a "buffalo jump" to harvest Bison in mass quantities. They would stampede the animals over cliffs and spear them to death when they fell upon the rocks below.