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Media links of the day

Media links of the day

Two young Mexicans have been killed, presumably by the Los Zetas organisation, for reporting drug crime on Twitter.

Reporters Without Borders is concerned that the Australian government is attempting to gain too much control over the media.

News.Me, the curated news content iPad application, has become its own company. The question is, now its out in open water, will it sink or swim? Especially now in has to contend with Flipboard and - potentially - a similar rival product from Google.

Here are some interesting ways to present your data, thanks to the Oxford Internet Institute.

Jeremey Vine has a tricky time on twitter - apparently 'FFS' doesn't stand for 'Follow Fridays'...

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Sources: GigaOm, Google+: Robert Scobel, The Guardian (1), (2), Oxford Internet Institute, Reporters Without Borders ,


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Katherine Travers

Date

2011-09-16 18:11

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