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February 2, 2006

The End of the Internet? - The nation's largest telephone and cable companies are crafting an alarming set of strategies that would transform the free, open and nondiscriminatory Internet of today to a privately run and branded service that would charge a fee for virtually everything we do online.
(1070 views)


February 1, 2006

Sycophantic Lamestream Media Marches to the Newspeak Drumbeat - Imagine my shock when it came to light that Fox News had prostrated itself in front of the government and adopted lockstep the 'terrorist surveillance program' rhetoric on its news broadcasts.
(890 views)


January 31, 2006

Feds Want A Wiretap Backdoor In All Net Hardware and Software - Think the federal government is too intrusive? You ain't seen nothing yet. An FCC mandate will require that all hardware and software have a wiretap backdoor that allows the government to tap into all your communications.
(830 views)


January 30, 2006

Russert: At the Feet of the Powerful and Throat of the Weak - ...in the end, it is the Russerts that hurt journalism and betray their nation far more than a Sean Hannity or Bill O'Reilly. The ideologues come and go in our society. The Kissingers, Rumsfelds, Russerts and other soulless practitioners of power long survive them.
(1323 views)


January 27, 2006

Neo-Con Mouthpieces Still Clinging to Osama-Saddam Link - Neo-Con mouthpiece government shills Sean Hannity and Newsmax simply don't know when to stop.
(900 views)

Why don’t we know what is going on in Israel & Palestine? - Recent studies of U.S. media coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict reveal that the media reported Israeli children’s deaths at rates 7 to 40 times greater than Palestinian children’s deaths. Some typical examples...
(1277 views)


January 26, 2006

How the BBC hollows out the "news" - A major problem anybody confronts when trying to sort fact from fiction in the news—aside from any confusion that occurs in trying to figure out if anything the mainstream media "reports" is "news" or merely opinion posing as fact—is the sheer volume and consistency of the coverage, which ultimately depends on specific words and phrases that come pre-loaded with meaning through their repetitive use over years of news coverage.
(1129 views)

Iraqi journalist murdered by US troops - Yesterday, news emerged that an Iraqi journalist was killed by US troops in Ramadi. The journalist's body was riddled with bullets - some 20 of them.
(725 views)

How to Cover Up a Massacre of the Innocents - Don't talk about it, mention it only in passing, get the facts wrong, refuse to investigate.
(817 views)


January 25, 2006

Killing the Messenger: The Silencing of Journalism in Iraq - Today, only few Western journalists remain impartial and objective in their duty to report on the U.S. war crimes and the destruction of Iraq and the Iraqi society. However, those few independent and objective journalists who challenge power are endangered species, and may soon extinct if they remain unprotected.
(673 views)


January 24, 2006

Group Presses US Military on Jailed Journalists - The Committee to Protect Journalists on Monday called for the U.S. military to free two journalists, one held without charge in Iraq and the other, the media rights group said, detained at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
(965 views)


January 22, 2006

Why Won't The Media Touch This Book? - Bush/Cheney stole their re-election in 2004. They stole it not just in Ohio, but all throughout the USA, from coast to coast. The evidence is both abundant and precise--and it's all here in Fooled Again.
(892 views)

Bought and paid for lies and propaganda masquerading as news - "Conservative foundations have overt political and ideological agendas and invest comprehensively to promote a given issue on every front. In the words of the director of one foundation, the right understands that government policies are based on information from "a conveyer belt from thinkers, academics and activists," and provides funding accordingly."
(1283 views)


January 21, 2006

The Washington Post and the Coming Crash - The Washington Post is one of the world’s “great” newspapers. But to the American-European financial establishment, it is much more than that. It is one of their house organs, with close ties to the U.S. government intelligence community. The Post’s job is to shape the news the way the East Coast establishment wants it shaped. No one should think for an instant that rookie reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein would have been allowed to unmask President Richard Nixon if the intelligence/financier elite hadn’t decided it was time for the cursing Californian to go.
(896 views)


January 20, 2006

U.S. Obtains Internet Users' Search Records - Yahoo and others reveal queries from millions of people; Google refuses. Identities aren't included, but the data trove stirs privacy fears.
(776 views)


January 19, 2006

When The Press Serves Power - Major news outlets boasted anchors and reporters who became wealthy celebrities, miles removed from the best reporting, or street reporting that began their careers. As they moved farther from the streets, so did their product, which should now be called "narrowcasting."
(808 views)

Feds after Google data - The Bush administration on Wednesday asked a federal judge to order Google to turn over a broad range of material from its closely guarded databases.
(644 views)


January 18, 2006

GOP Chat Room Rules - A chatroom member went to a right-wing religious event and got a copy of the script from a Young Republican table. Here is it!
(1302 views)


January 17, 2006

To inquire about the case - They've now caught the second guy in connection with the murder of David Rosenbaum. Well, "caught" isn't quite the right word ...
(877 views)


January 16, 2006

Ted Koppel: "Natural Fit" at NPR News and Longtime Booster of Henry Kissinger - ..."the heart of the story" about U.S. foreign policy has often involved deceptions from Washington. And since Koppel became a prominent journalist, he has been a fervent booster of one of the most prodigious and murderous deceivers in U.S. history.
(1273 views)


January 14, 2006

Congress' hands caught in the cookie jar - Dozens of U.S. senators are quietly tracking visits to their Web sites even though they have publicly pledged not to do so.
(694 views)

Why is my face on TV? - From the Washington Post account of the "solving" of the David Rosenbaum assassination...
(994 views)


January 12, 2006

Media war on Islam - The U.S. media has been fueling hatred against the Muslims and the Islamic religion, since the September 11 attacks, creating an atmosphere of fear particularly for Arabs living in the West.
(901 views)


January 11, 2006

Was NYT’s David Rosenbaum Assassinated? - As Operation CHAOS reveals, the CIA has never honored its domestic hands-off charter and it is not a stretch to conclude that it has for some time operated unfettered in America, using the same murderous tactics it has used and continues to use elsewhere in the world at the behest of various presidents and their handlers.
(1045 views)


January 10, 2006

Indian States Monitoring Cybercafe Users - Several other Asian countries and cities, most prominently China, require registration at cybercafes. Italy is the only European Union country to require Internet cafes to record ID information, but nonmember Switzerland does require that customers show ID.
(864 views)

The assassination of David Rosenbaum - Authorities are looking for two suspicious men, seen leaving the area in a car. They have a partial plate on the car. Hit men use cars and travel in pairs. Muggers don't.
(848 views)

MSNBC guests skewed right during first day of Alito confirmation hearing - In the first four hours of MSNBC's January 9 coverage of the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Samuel A. Alito Jr., the network featured interviews with Pat Buchanan, former RNC chairman Ed Gillespie, and Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN) -- but no Democratic or progressive commentators.
(842 views)


January 9, 2006

Create an e-annoyance, go to jail - Annoying someone via the Internet is now a federal crime.
(806 views)


January 8, 2006

Get out of MySpace, bloggers rage at Murdoch - Angry members of MySpace, the personal file-sharing website for young adults, are accusing Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation of censoring their postings and blocking their access to rival sites.
(847 views)


January 7, 2006

Government Web sites are keeping an eye on you - Dozens of federal agencies are tracking visits to U.S. government Web sites in violation of long-standing rules designed to protect online privacy, a CNET News.com investigation shows. From the Air Force to the Treasury Department, government agencies are using either "Web bugs" or permanent cookies to monitor their visitors' behavior, even though federal law restricts the practice.
(869 views)


January 6, 2006

Corporate media - Now that's corporate media! Jeez, why not just put "PAID ADVERTISEMENT" on the top of the page?
(775 views)

This Just In: Corporate Media Standards Scrape Bottom - While media outlets scrambled for shaky breaking news, documents citing the mine's safety record in detail went largely unreported.
(805 views)

AOL: A good company or a bad company? - New ad campaign revels in big brother surveillance and debates whether free speech should exist.
(1085 views)


January 5, 2006

Microsoft censors Chinese blogger - Microsoft has admitted to removing the blog of an outspoken Chinese journalist from its MSN Spaces site, citing its policy of adhering to local laws.
(809 views)

A Zionist Falls and the BBC Goes Nuts. - It bears remembering at this vital time, then, that Sharon's plan was not one of "peace" (interesting way to frame the question). He was implementing a plan which his senior adviser Dov Weisglass described as formaldehyde.
(1281 views)


January 4, 2006

CPJ: 47 Journalists Killed in '05, Including 22 in Iraq - A total of 60 journalists have been killed on duty in Iraq since the March 2003 U.S.-led invasion, including 22 in 2005.
(1019 views)


January 3, 2006

The People Are Unfit to Rule: The Ideological Meaning of Maury Povich and Jerry Springer - What’s going on here? Beyond their profitable (for broadcasters) appeal to the public’s most base and voyeuristic instincts, these and other "real—life" television shows play a neglected ideological role in the corporate-crafted "popular culture" of parasitic late capitalism. They are part of an elitist thought control project: the cultural engineering and enforcement of mass consent to social hierarchy.
(1660 views)

Spooky AOL Ad Says Big Brother Is Watching the Internet - Why is a company that profits from Internet use demonizing the Internet?
(955 views)


January 2, 2006

What’s Wrong with Amy Goodman? - ...why does Amy Goodman invite rightwing pundits for "debates" and "discussions"? Not just a few times, but lately quite regularly. Don’t the Rightwing propagandists have almost all the other platforms already?
(2196 views)


January 1, 2006

Skirmishes in the Information Wars - The corporate model of media is antithetical to personal freedom. When the marketplace of ideas is reduced to the solitary task of plying soapsuds and tennis shoes for big business, democracy is bound to suffer. Ultimately, commercial media cannot help but become an annex of the political establishment, developing collusive ties with the very people it is supposed to scrutinize. Media as "watchdog of power" is a romantic notion with no real basis in fact. Rather, in its present manifestation, media serves as a junior partner in the "weaponizing" of information; transforming the events of the day into a repetitious mantra extolling the objectives of society’s overlords.
(839 views)

Only 5 Corporations Now Control Majority Of US Media - (newspapers, magazines, TV and radio stations, books, music, movies, videos, wire services and photo agencies)
(2191 views)


December 31, 2005

Malkin’s Glee Over the Fake Persecution of the Corporate Media - ...all the information we receive through the corporate conduits—from "revelations" about the neocon rape and torture apparatus to "leaks" about Bush’s effort to snoop all suspicious Americans—is information engineered for our consumption. Our government, hijacked years ago by vicious Machiavellian Straussists (a Zionist take on the neolib paradigm), wants us to know about the rape and torture camps, the death squads, and now they want us to fear—or those of us who are activists or write blogs—the roving eye of Big Brother, neocon-style.
(765 views)


December 29, 2005

BUSH'S WAR ON PORN TARGETS HOLLYWOOD, THE INTERNET, AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT IN '06 - Not since Ronald Reagan’s attorney general, Edwin Meese (left), made a crusade against pornography a top priority has there been such a broad-scale attempt to destroy First Amendment protections for sexual expression and sexual privacy as the one currently being mounted by the Bush administration and congressional Republicans.
(882 views)

"Limited Circulation", please !! - A request by the Corporate Media
(856 views)


December 27, 2005

News About News - ...news seems to be coming our way faster and with a greater fury than ever before. A tsunami of "Breaking News" bulletins courses through the veins and ganglia of what passes for an information system. A corporate news system pumps it on more platforms dedicated to "more news in less time" on the web, on TV, on the radio, and now on the phone. It's hard to escape the deluge.
(673 views)

2005 Media Follies! - The 10th annual list of the year's most overhyped and underreported stories.
(866 views)

Chris Matthews: 2005's Misinformer of the Year - We are pleased to announce broadcast journalist, former newspaper bureau chief, former presidential speechwriter, and best-selling author Chris Matthews has earned the title of 2005's "Misinformer of the Year."
(1397 views)


December 26, 2005

Neocons Use CNN to Continue Psyops Against American Muslims - ...it can be assumed CNN—long infested with PSYOPS operatives and the corporate media long ago penetrated by the CIA under Operation Mockingbird—is running yet another propaganda campaign designed to stigmatize Muslims as the Straussian neocons...
(1103 views)

Announcing the P.U.-litzer Prizes for 2005 - ...the fourteenth annual P.U.-litzer Prizes, for the foulest media performances of 2005
(783 views)


December 24, 2005

NSA snooping of web dates back to 1995 - Factoring in telecommunications industry mergers, it is not difficult to determine what companies are involved in domestic surveillance today
(909 views)

You, Too, Can Be a TV Pundit! - Follow these simple steps.
(891 views)


December 23, 2005

Behind the media onslaught on the transit workers - While New York City’s striking transit workers were winning broad sympathy and support from millions of working people this week, the mass media swung into action with a predictably unanimous campaign of hysterical slanders against the strikers.
(907 views)


December 22, 2005

Five Hours of Free Air: Community TV in Argentina - A few Sundays ago, the 27th of November, at the corner of Quinquela Martín and Hornos, the transmission of Barracas Community TV was broadcast on Channel 5. They watched coverage of the anti-Bush march done by the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo video group, shorts made by children at various schools of the barrio, independent documentaries and interviews with Barracas organizations.
(749 views)

Time names super-rich trio as 2005 "Persons of the Year" - In reality, the primary reason they have been selected is because of their immense personal fortunes. From the viewpoint of the editorial offices of the mass media in America, wealth and power dazzle and impress, and should be duly acknowledged. It matters not that these Persons of the Year travel in an orbit thoroughly disconnected from the lives of the overwhelming majority of the world’s population.
(875 views)

Blackwater Threatens to Sue Journalist - Yesterday I received an email from the journalist Mike Whitney informing me that if he does not remove a statement he made about Blackwater and the so-called Abu Ghraib scandal the mercenary corporation will sue him for defamation.
(1242 views)


December 19, 2005

NBC Given "OK" to Run Pentagon Snooping Story, Hoping an Uninformed Public Will Believe Bush is "Strong on Terror"... - The main issue surrounding the release of the NBC story, finding Bush directly ordered the NSA and DOD to use its data base to spy on citizens is not the substance of the story but its timing.
(946 views)


December 18, 2005

Fact Checking the Feds in Airport Shooting - Two air marshals gunned down an American citizen last week in Miami, and the press swallowed the government's now-flawed explanation of a "bomb threat" hook, line, and sinker.
(882 views)

How the Media "Authorize" the Abuse of Government Power - ...it is a story of how today's major media behave with near total deference to power and its own profit motive. What we are watching, even in the seemingly small details of the coverage, is no less than the media's complicity in helping estsablish a quasi-legal framework for what was a clearly illegal abuse of government power. It is in the clearest sense the media being used as tools of state power in overriding the very laws that are supposed to confine state power.
(764 views)


December 17, 2005

The Elusive Quest for Balance - ...tallying up guests from think tanks who've appeared on NPR shows. The score to date: Right 239, Left 141.
(909 views)

Telesur is Constructing Another View - In Latin America, less than one-third of the TV programming originates in the region. Seventy percent of the programming is imported, and within that volume, 62 percent comes from the United States.
(1056 views)


December 16, 2005

“Nothing to Worry About” - Pentagon Puppets and Other Orwellian Horrors at USA Today - Normalizing Evil
(888 views)

Bandow, Syndicated Columnist, Admits Taking Money from Abramoff - Copley columnist Doug Bandow resigned as senior fellow at the libertarian Cato Institute on Thursday after admitting that he had accepted payments from indicted Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff for writing articles favorable to his clients.
(937 views)

MRE Criticizes Expelling of Embeds Over Pix of Shot-Up Humvee - The expulsion by U.S. military officials of two embedded journalists in Kuwait, reportedly for photographing a shot-up military vehicle, has prompted outrage from Military Reporters and Editors (MRE), which is calling for a change in embed rules that apparently led to the action.
(1049 views)

New York Times admits it held domestic spying story for a full year - On the second page of a report which reveals the White House engaged in warrantless domestic spying, the New York Times reveals that it held the story for a full year at the request of the Bush Administration...
(1479 views)


December 15, 2005

Let’s see some ID, please: The end of anonymity on the Internet? - Already over 20 million PCs worldwide are equipped with a tiny security chip called the Trusted Platform Module, although it is as yet rarely activated. But once merchants and other online services begin to use it, the TPM will do something never before seen on the Internet: provide virtually fool-proof verification that you are who you say you are.
(926 views)

Microsoft's Windows Live will spy on you - Cuddly software giant Microsoft will use its new Windows Live geolocation finder as a Big Brother location device for the police.
(944 views)


December 14, 2005

Pentagon rolls out stealth PR - A $300 million Pentagon psychological warfare operation includes plans for placing pro-American messages in foreign media outlets without disclosing the U.S. government as the source, one of the military officials in charge of the program says.
(942 views)

U.S. Ranks Sixth Among Countries Jailing Journalists, Report Says - The United States has tied with Myanmar, the former Burma, for sixth place among countries that are holding the most journalists behind bars, according to a new report by the Committee to Protect Journalists.
(831 views)


December 13, 2005

Director of National Intelligence's Open Source Center (OSC)...is surfing blogs and web sites... - With all the recent complaints about Internet censorship and e-mail blocking, one has to wonder -- what does "managing the world's unclassified knowledge" entail?
(1302 views)

Washington Post Backs Bush Death-Toll Grope - The "liberal" Washington Post was among the first to report that Bush has finally put a number on Iraqi dead since the U.S.-led 2003 invasion.
(1247 views)

Media Lick the Hand That Feeds Them - Does Wal-Mart’s money buy more than ads?
(841 views)

Yes, We Murder Journalists - If the Bush administration had its way, the whole criminal siege of Fallujah, with its depraved indifference to human life, would have gone unnoticed. The corporate media’s Pentagon-spun propaganda stories about liberation would have gone unchallenged by any unseemly intrusions of reality. Toward that end, the Pentagon declared Fallujah a no-reporting zone, barring all un-embedded journalists from the city. In short, the Pentagon hoped to control all images coming out of the massacre. And they would have pulled it off, had it not been for one independent freelance journalist from Alaska, Dahr Jamail, and an Al Jazeera TV crew.
(970 views)

Rumsfeld Guns for the Press While the Lincoln Group Spins - "Propaganda ruins not only democratic ideas, but also democratic behavior—the foundation of democracy, the very quality without which it cannot exist. The question is not to reject propaganda in the name of public opinion—which, as we well know, is never virginal—or in the name of freedom of individual opinion, which is formed of everything and nothing—but to reject it in the name of a very profound reality: the possibility of choice and differentiation, which is the fundamental characteristic of the individual in the democratic society."
(849 views)


December 11, 2005

Dangerous Assignment - Iraq has proven to be a particularly hazardous posting for journalists. More media workers have been killed there than during the two-decades-long war in Vietnam. And 15 have died at the hands of American forces.
(821 views)


December 10, 2005

AIM Reveals Saudi Billionaire Has Another Link to Parent Company of Fox News - ...Al-waleed bin Talal owns an influential and significant number of voting shares in the company and claims that he forced Fox News to eliminate on-air references to the Muslim role in the recent riots in France. He claimed to have accomplished this by speaking to News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch.
(1076 views)


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