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Bloomberg editor in chief: reporters' access to client data 'inexcusable'

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As scandal deepens, Matthew Winkler writes op-ed apologising for use of terminals to access data 'considered proprietary'The editor in chief of Bloomberg News has said it was "inexcusable" that reporters working for the financial information company's news division were allowed to access restricted client data.In an op-ed published early on...
Bloomberg editor in chief: reporters' access to client data 'inexcusable'

Hillsborough report: what data journalism can tell us about the files

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Over 25,000 documents have been released today as part of the Hillsborough Inquiry. Find out what we know about the release so far• Download the data• Data journalism and data visualisations from the GuardianOn 15 April, 1989, the Hillsborough disaster took place - it lead to 96 deaths and the...
Hillsborough report: what data journalism can tell us about the files

Could the Hillsborough lies ever happen again? | Gaby Hinsliff

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The most corrosive effect of the conviction that we don't get the truth out of those in power is that it breeds a refusal to listenThis is the truth that so nearly wasn't told. Remember that on Wednesday, when the independent inquiry on the Hillsborough football stadium disaster finally unleashes a flood of confidential...
Could the Hillsborough lies ever happen again? | Gaby Hinsliff

Worried about online porn? Don't regulate the net – regulate your kids | Charles Arthur

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Once again, people are pushing for ISPs to apply filters. Such technical 'solutions' approach the problem from the wrong angleThe sight of David Cameron weighing into the "internet porn filters" debate – in a move nicely timed to distract the Conservative press from the uncomfortable news of Tory councillors losing...
Worried about online porn? Don't regulate the net – regulate your kids | Charles Arthur
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