Once again corporate media has bought itself an EU law. This would be a serious blow for democracy and freedom of the press, only serving corporate financial interest. It is nothing abstract and would radically […]
A new study exposes in forensic detail how Western newspapers have in recent years applied journalistic double standards to reporting human rights abuses, from Yugoslavia and Iraq to Libya and Syria. Ian Sinclair interviews Dr […]
How many articles, commentaries, and other media reports were we confronted with concerning “fake news”? No one mentioned “bought news”, which is a greater menace. The goal of corporate media is profit. Those paying for […]
Book review by David Beer Is technology undermining democracy? Do we ever really know how we arrive at our political views? The pixelated vision of the near future offered in Jamie Bartlett’s new book […]
John Gomez/Shutterstock.com Steve Schifferes, City, University of London The UK financial press was much slower to criticise the austerity policies of the government than in other parts of Europe. This meant that it became accepted […]
“Platform Capitalism is, of course, underpinned by the value of our data. Targeting people using their data is not the exception, it is the whole point. It is targeting that enables data to be turned […]
A wide ranging lecture by George Monbiot that ticks almost all boxes.