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Tiffany Hsu / New York Times:
After Epstein got out of jail, Forbes, HuffPost, and National Review ran puff pieces about him, not mentioning his conviction, largely via outside contributors
Knight Foundation invests $50M at 11 American universities and research institutions to better understand how technology is transforming democracy
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