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John Herrman / New York Times:
On Facebook, activist-run pages rival the reach of established, traditional media brands like MSNBC and NYT, but aren't beholden to any journalistic standard
Adam Smith / Severe Contest:
How The Economist, which has avoided bylines for 173 years to offer a single voice, is adapting in the age of social media
New York Times:
Moscow bureau of The New York Times was target of attempted cyberattack, but no evidence of a breach to internal systems, spokeswoman says
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