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Our mission is to educate people about the role of independent journalism in a democratic society and to tell The News That Didn't Make the News and why...
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We are an open source project, to pioneer “community funded reporting.” Through Spot.Us the public can commission journalists to do reporting on important and perhaps overlooked topics. Contributions are tax deductible and if a news organization buys exclusive rights to the content, your donation will be reimbursed. Otherwise, all content is made available through a Creative Commons license. It’s a marketplace where independent reporters,...
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Newspaper publishers will now be able to set a limit on the number of free news articles people can read through Google, the company has announced.

2009-12-02

 Google news toread free Internet publishing journalism media business
The US defence research agency has used 10 red balloons in a contest to assess the accuracy with which information spreads on the internet.

2009-12-06

 Internet news social network journalism balloon military USA
The New York Times has announced that it is to charge for full access to its website from 2011, the latest newspaper to move in that direction. It said it will introduce a metered system, allowing readers free access to a limited number of articles, before charging for additional content.

2010-01-20

 news business
WikiLeaks, a whistleblower website that allows people to publish uncensored information anonymously, has suspended operations owing to financial problems.

2010-02-01

 whistleblower WikiLeaks leak donation politics news freedom

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