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Views Preview: Confide App Doesn't Violate Missouri Sunshine Law

Jul 16, 2019

A Missouri judge ruled former Gov. Eric Greitens’ use of the disappearing chat app Confide did not violate the state’s Sunshine Law because it functions similarly to a telephone. But does it?

Editorial Board, Kansas City Star: “A Missouri judge just gave the OK for more secrecy, corruption in state government

Associated Press: “Judge: Former Missouri Gov. Greitens’ use of Confide app didn’t violate Sunshine Law

Eli Rosenberg, Washington Post: “Missouri governor’s use of message-destroying app didn’t violate state transparency laws, judge finds

ICE Actions & Racist Tweets

Southern Poverty Law Center: “Manual Duran, journalist who reported on ICE, freed from detention

Daniel Connolly, Memphis Commercial Appeal: “Manuel Duran case: Reporter is released from immigration detention on bond, headed back from Memphis

Annette Peagler, WANT: “Detained journalist Manuel Duran released on bond, case reopened

Keith Woods, NPR: "Opinion: Report on Racism, but ditch the labels"

George T. Conway III, Washington Post: “George Conway: Trump is a racist president

CNN: How Assange did it

Marshall Cohen, Kay Guerrero & Arturo Torres, CNN: “Exclusive: Security reports reveal how Assange turned an embassy into a command post for election meddling

Tamar Lapin, New York Post: “Julian Assange made embassy his HQ for 2016 election meddling: report

Kevin Drum, Mother Jones: “CNN kinda sorta iplies that Julian Assange was a Russian agent

CIA pushing for secrecy law

Melissa Wasser & Linda Moon, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press: “RCFP, coalitions oppose CIA’s effort to undermine press freedom, government oversight

Charlie Savage, New York Times: “Expansion of secrecy law for intelligence operatives alarms free press advocates

Candidate’s requests female reporter bring chaperone

Larrison Campbell, Mississipi Today: “Robert Foster, GOP governor candidate, denies woman reporter access because of her gender

Tom Jones, Poynter, “’Bring a male colleague along:’ The controversy between a Mississippi reporter and candidate

Monica Hesse, Washington Post: “The ‘Billy Graham rule’ doesn’t honor your wife. It demeans her – and all women.

Lauren Gambino & Miranda Bryant, The Guardian: “Female journalist told she needs male chaperone to cover politician’s campaign

Karen Zraick, New York Times: “Mississippi politician denies access to female reporter so as not to ‘insinuate’ an affair

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Mississippi Today lands a big one

Netflix alters ’13 Reasons Why’

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Lesley Goldberg, The Hollywood Reporter: “Netflix alters graphic ’13 Reasons Why’ suicide scene after controversy

Gwilym Mumford, The Guardian: “Netflix cuts controversial suicide scene from 13 Reasons Why

Joe Flint, Wall Street Journal: “Netflix removes controversial ’13 Reasons Why’ suicide scene

The end of print for Chicago Defender, Mad Magazine

Evelyn Holmes, WLS-TV: “Historic black newspaper, the Chicago Defender, goes digital after more than a century

Amir Vera, CNN Business: “Chicago Defender, an influential black newspaper, published its last print edition and will now be completely digital

Isaac Chotiner, New Yorker: “The exemplary legacy of the Chicago Defender

Marc Tracy, New York Times: “Mad Magazine, irreverent baby boomer humor bible, is all but dead

The effects of Amazon Prime Day

Max Willens, Digiday: “Amazon Prime Day shows how important commerce revenue is getting for publishers

Kate Morgan, Forge: “How Amazon Prime Day hacks your brain

Bloomberg News: “Amazon racks up celebrity deals on Prime Day

Jason Gurwin, The Streamable: “The best Prime Day 2019 deals for cord cutters & streamers

Mike Murphy, Quartz: “Amazon warehouse workers around the world are striking for Prime Day