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‘The Everything War’: Inside Amazon with author and Wall Street Journal reporter Dana Mattioli

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Wall Street Journal reporter Dana Mattioli is the author of the new book, “The Everything War: Amazon’s Ruthless Quest to Own the World and Remake Corporate Power.” ” The role of Amazon’s culture: “I’ve covered companies for nearly 18 years at the Wall Street Journal.

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Pew Report: Speaking Up or Staying Silent on Social Media

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Hope has been placed on the Internet (particularly on social media) to expose users to more sources of information and diverse points of view. In the 1970s, an article in the Journal of Communication by Elisabeth Noelle-Neumann coined the term “spiral of silence” to describe the observed phenomenon. By Shannon Perry.

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It's Time to Treat Social Media Like the Climate Crisis, Researchers Argue

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In a new paper published in the peer-reviewed journal PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America), a diverse group makes the case that the social media problem rises to the level of urgency that… Read more. Mark Zuckerberg needs to hand over the keys, a team of researchers argues.

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Marketers, Stop Being Part Of The Facebook, Inc. Problem — Start Being The Solution

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is in the hot seat again due to a recent The Wall Street Journal “Facebook Files” exposé and 60 Minutes whistleblower interview. As we’ve said again and again, a singular event won’t be enough to bring down the social media behemoth. Facebook, Inc.

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Twitter and Google blocked ads from a medical journal about health and racism

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The medical journal Health Affairs spent years planning its special issue on health and racism, which it published at the beginning of February. The journal wanted to reach new readers by promoting the issue through targeted advertisements on Twitter and YouTube. Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge.

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Editor-in-Chief of Top Medical Journal Steps Down Over Podcast That Downplayed Racism

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Howard Bauchner, the editor-in-chief of the Journal of the American Medical Association—one of the foremost publishers in the scientific world—is stepping down at the end of the month, following recent controversy over how the journal and one of its editors dismissed the issue of racism in medicine. Read more.

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9 Horrifying Facts From the Facebook Whistleblower's New 60 Minutes Interview

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Last week, the Wall Street Journal published internal research from Facebook showing that the social media company knows precisely how toxic its own product is for the people who use it. But tonight, we learned how the Journal obtained those documents: A whistleblower named Frances Haugen, who spoke with CBS News’ 60… Read more.

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