November 21, 2010

Is Google News Helping to Spread Propaganda?

Joshua Keating, Foreign Policy

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With either shrinking news budgets or government restrictions preventing Western news agencies from covering events in countries like Iran and Russia, that gives state-sponsored outlets a clear edge.

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TAGGED: Al Jazeera, BBC, Iran, Press TV, RIA-Novosti, Russia, Google

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