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NYT Media 5h
Thanks to deputy investigations editor Gabriel Dance and senior information security director Runa Sandvik, The Times offers readers a range of tools to safely and anonymously submit info that might be of journalistic interest.
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NYT Media 5h
For struggling media organizations, a new billionaire owner can be a godsend. But they don't come without risks.
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NYT Media 6h
According to 's new book, her sexual encounter with Mr. Trump ranked as “the least impressive sex I’d ever had.”
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NYT Media 6h
HBO's Richard Plepler gives Lorne Michaels a hug at the HBO after-Emmys party. And Dave Chappelle, Tiffany Haddish and Ben Stiller are among the revelers at the more raucous Netflix affair.
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NYT Media 6h
“Right now, I need to spend more time at home with my husband and our young son,” Julie Chen said in a video message
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NYT Media 6h
Here's why Jeff Bezos should spend his vast fortune pushing for a society where no one can ever become as rich as Jeff Bezos.
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NYT Media 7h
“Even good billionaires need to have less of a role in our public life." Tell that to the moguls who have been buying up media properties like Time and The Washington Post.
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NYT Media 7h
Seven weeks before the midterm elections, Facebook is setting up a central hub to root out disinformation and false news. We visited the operation.
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NYT Media 12h
Facebook invited two New York Times reporters into the War Room before it opens next week to discuss the work of the elections team and some of the tools it has developed to try to prevent interference. Here are their findings:
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NYT Media 13h
What happens in the War Room will be a “last line of defense” for Facebook engineers to quickly spot unforeseen problems on and near election days in different countries, Samidh Chakrabarti, who leads Facebook’s elections and civic engagement team said.
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NYT Media 14h
“The best outcome for us is that nothing happens in the War Room,” said Samidh Chakrabarti, who leads Facebook’s elections and civic engagement. “Everything else we are doing is defenses we are putting down to stop this in the first place.”
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NYT Media 14h
Seven weeks before the midterm elections, the Facebook is setting up a central hub to root out disinformation and false news. We visited the operation, and here's what we found:
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Facebook decided this year to create a War Room so that a core group of engineers, data scientists and executives could sit together in the same space before the midterms. Here’s what they’re up to:
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NYT Media Sep 18
Facebook has been criticized over revelations that its technology allowed landlords to discriminate on the basis of race. Now a group of job seekers is accusing Facebook of helping employers to exclude female candidates from recruiting campaigns.
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NYT Media Sep 18
Our writes that when Facebook users who clicked on “Why am I seeing this ad?” were told that the employer wanted to reach men 18 to 50 who live in or were recently near Fort Worth. Here's a look at some of these ads:
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NYT Media Sep 18
When Time magazine runs another cover that satirizes President Trump, employees and shareholders of Salesforce might want to brace for a tweetstorm from the White House
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NYT Media Sep 18
LinkedIn and Google generally allow advertisers to exclude men or women from receiving ads. LinkedIn said that it would take down job ads that exclude a gender; Google said it would remove ads that discriminated against a protected class.
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NYT Media Sep 18
Employers appear to have used Facebook’s targeting technology to exclude women from the users who received their advertisements, which highlighted openings for jobs like truck driver and window installer. Our reporter has more details:
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NYT Media Sep 18
A former Beijing bureau chief for The Los Angeles Times has resigned amid accusations of sexual misconduct
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NYT Media Sep 18
Jonathan Kaiman, a former Beijing bureau chief for The Los Angeles Times, was suspended after facing sexual misconduct allegations from two women. He has now resigned.
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