Wednesday, September 7, 2011

This week's topic links

Newspaper Partners Attack WikiLeaks

Jason Ukman, Washington Post: "WikiLeaks suffers major breach, prompting accusations and a theory on what went wrong"

Daniel Politi, Slate: "Anger Grows at WikiLeaks for Posting All Cables"

Christian Stöcker, Spiegel Online International: "A Dispatch Disaster in Six Acts"

Paul Marks, New Scientist: "Assange: Why WikiLeaks was right to release raw cables"

Glenn Greenwald, Salon: "Facts and myths in the WikiLeaks/Guardian saga"

James Ball, The Guardian: "Why I felt I had to turn my back on WikiLeaks"

James Harkin, The Independent: "Assange is deluded about power"

9/11 Ten Years On

Jeremy W. Peters and Brian Stelter, The New York Times: "Media Strive to Cover 9/11 Without Seeming to Exploit a Tragedy"

Brian Steinberg, Advertising Age: "Marketers Tread Carefully Into Sept. 11 Anniversary"

NowPublic: "Worst 9/11 Ads for September 11 10-Year Anniversary"

Brett J. Blackledge and David B. Caruso, The Associated Press: "Some 9/11 charities failed miserably"

Pew Research Center for the People & the Press: "United in Remembrance, Divided over Policies"

(Slight?) Exaggerations

Pew Research Center for the People & the Press: "Most Plan to Watch Obama Jobs Speech"

Jim Romenesko, "'I need to work this journalism internship around my Pizza Hut schedule'"

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