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Aug 21, 2018

Why did a Florida judge came down hard on the South Florida Sun Sentinel for publishing information it published about the Parkland school shooter that it obtained legally?

Rafael Olmeda, Sun Sentinel: “Judge blasts Sun Sentinel for publishing confidential information in Parkland school shooting case

Nina Golgowski, Huffington Post: “Judge rips newspaper for reporting confidential Parkland Shooting details

Brittany Wallman and Paula McMahon, Sun Sentinel: “Here’s what Broward schools knew about Parkland shooter – details revealed by mistake

Tonya Alanez, Sun Sentinel: “School board asks judge to hold Sun Sentinel in contempt over school-shooter report

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Banning reporters from open meetings

Veronica Stracqualursi and Tom Kludt, CNN: “Ocasio-Cortez faces heat for excluding media from town hall events

Greg Sargent, Washington Post: “Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will be facing really intense scrutiny

Alexia Pappas, Fox News: “Ocasio-Cortez bans press from covering campaign event

Carl Campanile, New York Post: “Ocasio-Cortez bans media from community meetings

Christopher Barca, Queens Chronicle: “Ocasio-Cortez bans press from town hall

After the editorials

Jaclyn Reiss, Boston Globe: “US Senate unanimously passes resolution affirming the press ‘is not the enemy of the people’

David Beard, Poynter: “The Senate embraces the press; some readers do, too. Trump, not so much.

Kathryn Watson, CBS News: “Senate adopts resolution declaring ‘the press is not the enemy of the people’

Eileen Sullivan, New York Times: “Trump says newspapers are ‘in collusion’ on championing a free press

Dan Primack, Axios: “Boston Globe receives threat after anti-Trump editorial

David Uberti, Columbia Journalism Review: “Leave the war with Trump to the national papers

Rebecca Morin, POLITICO: “Trump labels media ‘the opposition party’ as newspapers push back en masse

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post: “Editorials defending the press are a nice start. Here’s where go next.”

Melody Kramer & Betsy O’Donovan, Poynter: “7 next steps for #FreePress

Jack Dorsey’s vision for Twitter

Ian Sherr, CNET: “Twitter CEO Dorsey explains ignoring InfoWars’ rules violations

Brian Stelter, CNN: “Twitter CEO commits to fixing the platform’s ‘toxic’ content problem, but gives no timetable

Karissa Bell, Mashable: “Jack Dorsey says Twitter’s ‘left-leaning’ bias doesn’t affect content decisions

Charlie Nash, Breitbart: “Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: Company bias ‘left-leaning’ but enforcement is fair

Kristine Phillips, Washington Post: “Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admits ‘left-leaning’ bias but says it doesn’t influence company policy

Staff, POLITICO: “’We won’t let that happen:’ Trump alleges social media censorship of conservatives

Facebook’s new trustworthiness scale

Elizabeth Dwoskin, Washington Post: “Facebook is rating the trustworthiness of its users on a scale of zero to 1

Apple buys rights to NYT Mag piece

Brooks Barnes, New York Times: “Apple buys rights to series based on New York Times climate change article

Nathaniel Rich, New York Times Magazine: “Losing Earth: The decade we almost stopped climate change

Digging through the past

Paul Farhi, Washington Post: “Said something you’d like to forget? CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski won’t let it go.

Staff, Columbia Missourian: “Lock’s old, insensitive tweets surface

Garrick Hodge, Columbia Daily Tribune: “Commentary: Putting Lock’s old tweets into perspective

Barrett Sallee, CBS Sports: “Missouri QB Drew Lock apologizes for derogatory tweets that were sent as a teenager

ESPN’s fight to fix NFL relationship

Ben Strauss, Washington Post: “ESPN president wants less politics at network: ‘It is not our jobs’

Bryan Curtis, The Ringer: “’You didn’t tune into to a football game to feel like S---‘: Why ESPN chose Joe Tessitore to rebuild its relationship with the NFL