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Holding the Data at Gunpoint

As the U.S. federal government and news media focus on the continued “fiscal cliff” discussions, the upcoming debt ceiling crisis, and major cabinet nomination hearings, gun control is not going away from the national conversation. In fact, things might just … Continue reading

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False Reporting on the Internet and the Spread of Rumors: Three Case Studies

Abstract: The expansion of the Internet has allowed for far greater numbers of people to become involved with the production and dissemination of news. As a consequence, cyberjournalism and the Internet have had real effects on both the process of … Continue reading

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