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Media links of the day

Media links of the day

The Wall Street Journal and Al-Jazeera's Wikileak spin-off sites are not as anonymous as one might think. According to Owni.eu, both sites reserve the right to disclose information about users to law enforcement officials and even inquiring third parties.

In a study released by Le Monde, journalists say they work faster, longer, and are more tired than ever before. Le Monde credits the internet for the increased work and fatigue.

For small newspapers looking to create a paywall but that lack the New York Times' budget, there is a new option on the web. Editor and Publisher reported that Tiny Pass now offers a simple system to monetize content.

According to Le Nouvel Observateur, l'Agence-France Presse (AFP) has voted to go on a 24-hour strike following a proposed law that would restructure the management of the press organisation. APF says it is worried about it's independence.

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Author

Florence Pichon

Date

2011-06-09 17:22

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