Facebook admits to blocking Wikileaks links in DNC email hack | New York Post
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Facebook admitted Sunday that it had blocked links to the Wikileaks trove of emails hacked from the Democratic National Committee.In a Twitter post late Saturday, WikiLeaks accused the social media
The days when you could trust media news sources is over. Mass media and now social media sites like Facebook are filtering news according to the corporate elites’ agenda. An overwhelming majority of people now get their news from social media sites and unless users are made aware of this inherent news filtering and blocking, people are going to be continuously mislead or not informed.
Underground Network aims to deliver the news for the people. No filtering, no corporate hands in the bidding of what news is delivered– only a bias for the people.
Emily is a student at the University of Georgia studying Digital and Broadcast Journalism and New Media at the third best journalism school in the nation. In combination with her academic training, Emily has used her professional experience in radio and TV news to shine a light on the government and large public institutions. Her biggest break thus far came when she reported on a University of Georgia employee and local police officer's bigoted comments on Facebook regarding a cleaning station for Muslim students for their ritual prayer. Though Emily aspires to work in television news after graduation, she has noticed the bias nature and shortcomings of modern media. She hopes to use this platform to help restore the current landscape of the media industry.
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