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Wed February 1, 2012
Views of the News: Newt Attacks Media, Twitter Censorship, Apple in China, iReport
Newt's Love/Hate Relationship with the Media
John Ellis, Buzzfeed: "Big Media Is About To Pull The Plug On Newt Gingrich"
Dana Milbank, The Washington Post: "The Media (heart) Newt Gingrich"
Jack Shafer, Reuters: "Newt Gingrich and the fine art of press-bashing"
Lee Moran, London Daily Mail: "Twitter sparks free speech fury by announcing it will censor messages country-by-country"
Josh Chin and Kersten Zhang, The Wall Street Journal: "In China, Twitter Wins New Fans Over Censorship"
Josh Catone, Mashable: "Relax: Twitter's New Censorship Policy Is Actually Good for Activists"
Michelle Quinn, Politico: "New Twitter censorship policy a challenge for global firms"
NYT Documents Apple Labor Practices in China
Charles Duhigg and Keith Bradsher, The New York Times: "The iEconomy: How the U.S. Lost Out on iPhone Work"
Charles Duhigg and David Barboza, The New York Times: "The iEconomy: In China, Human Costs Are Built Into an iPad"
Mark Walsh, Online Media Daily: "Online Efforts Slam Apple Over China Facilities"
Dan Lyons, The Daily Beast: "Apple's Deal With the Devil"
Tim Worstall, Forbes: "The Apple Boycott: People Are Spouting Nonsense about Chinese Manufacturing"
Vetting Citizen Journalists
Craig Silverman, Poynter.org: "How CNN's iReport verifies its citizen content"
CNN's iReport site (see especially Assignments, Community Guidelines & Story Telling Toolkit)
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