Al-Qaeda prefers media frenzy to no coverage

On one hand President Obama said that the government is not overreacting in locking down diplomatic posts on the other hand he is claiming that the odds of dying in a terrorist attack are a lot lower than they are of dying in a car accident. We also saw the report on how clothes may be dipped into the liquid explosives, and become explosive themselves once the liquid dries.

Protests over censorship at Southern Weekly newspaper gain some support. Significant?

Would you say those protests have some potential to change something in China?

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How inappropriate is the wiretapping of journalists in the democracy?

As Some Slovak journalist had been allegedly wiretapped by the Military Defense Intelligence I have asked few experts when it could be justified.

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Mexico: Drug cartels vs social networks and media

If social networks and media could help to topple long-standing regimes, why not the cartels?

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Media and extremism

How to deal with the extremism in the public debate?

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What would be your question for Rupert Murdoch

The British lawmakers want to call Murdoch to testify in phone-hacking scandal.

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Closure of NOTW: An important moment for the British press and politics

Few comments by Ivor Gaber, Professor of Political Journalism, City University London.

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News of the World phone hacking scandal: Problem of all media?

What experts say.

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Dominique Strauss-Kahn – The Schmidt assessment

Commnets on DSK by Steffen Schmidt, University Professor of Political Science at Iowa State University.

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What to publish in the time of Wikileaks?

I’m pretty sure many journalists from media who are publishing the leaked cables have had many discussions with diplomats or politicians containing info similar to cables.

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