A FAIR survey of US opinion journalism on Venezuela found no voices in elite corporate media that opposed regime change in that country.
Archives for May 3, 2019
An intriguing new tool of democracy just had its first test in the real world of politics, and it passed with flying colors. The tool is called quadratic voting, and it’s just as nerdy as it sounds.
The Guardian recorded an operating profit of £0.8m for 2018-19: its first such profit in two decades and the culmination of one of the most significant turnarounds in recent British media history.
Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong, who was a suspect in the murder case of North Korean leader’s half brother Kim Jong Nam, reacts as she leaves the Shah Alam High Court on the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia March 14, 2019.
Data mining firm Palantir’s software was used by a US government agency during an operation in 2017 in which immigrants crossing the border were arrested for deportation, newly released documents (PDF) have shown, contradicting the $20 billion firm’s earlier public statements.