🗞 AFP 法國《法國新聞社》（法新社）｜20210602
The French government on Wednesday announced plans to set up an agency to combat foreign disinformation and fake news that aims to “undermine the state”.The move comes as France begins preparing for a presidential election in under a year’s time.
🗞 Columbia Journalism Review 美國《哥倫比亞新聞評論》｜20210603
But that coverage is still not going nearly far enough. To convey to audiences that civilization is literally under attack, news outlets should play the climate story much bigger, running more stories—especially about how climate change is increasingly affecting weather, economics, politics and other spheres of life—and running those stories at the top, not the bottom, of a homepage or broadcast. News reports should also speak much more plainly, presenting climate change as an imminent, deadly threat.
🗞 Associated Press 美國《聯合通訊社》（美聯社）｜20210606
The Justice Department said Saturday that it no longer will secretly obtain reporters’ records during leak investigations, a policy shift that abandons a practice decried by news organizations and press freedom groups.
🗞 BBC 英國廣播公司｜20210609
UK adults spent an average of three hours and 47 minutes online every day during the pandemic, an annual survey of media habits by regulator Ofcom has found.
🗞 NEW YORK TIMES 美國《紐約時報》｜20210610
In response to Times articles, the search giant is changing its algorithm, part of a major shift in how Google polices harmful content.