Turkish journalists hold placards against censorship during a protest on Istiklal Avenue in Istanbul, on March 13, 2011. Turkish police on March 3, detained about 10 people, mostly journalists, in a crackdown on an alleged secularist network accused of conspiring to topple the Islamic-rooted government. AFP PHOTO / MUSTAFA OZER

“IPI report states Turkey’s social media law, regulatory bodies threaten free public debates- #Journalism roundup

“The government is determined to use all available tools to suppress criticism whether on broadcasters, in print and online,” says IPI Head of Europe Advocacy Oliver Money-Kyrle.


How The New York Times prepared for the ultimate stress test — the 2020 election
Nieman Journalism Labby Sarah Scire

“It’s like you’re on the space shuttle and you hear sounds like an air leak. You’re like, ‘Uh, what that noise?’”

That’s one of the ways The New York Times’ senior vice of product engineering Brian Hamman described preparing the organization’s systems for the 2020 election. prepped by intentionally breaking the site to identify problem areas, simulating unusual (but not impossible) results, and forming a multi-team “Election Readiness” project.

Top experts publish 250 recommendations for fighting the ‘infodemic’ on social platforms

From cures for coronavirus to conspiracy theories, social media is a hotbed of misinformation. A new report looks at fresh ways to counter the spread of harmful content that bring together tech companies, governments and civil society

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