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Exceprt: "While reporting for The Island Packet during the summer of 2009, Dudley discovered a state law that restricted the press’ right to obtain raw data involving the publicly funded Beaufort County EMS system. Dudley began reporting on the EMS system the previous October when the community began questioning paramedics’ treatment of patients suffering head trauma.

In violation of the county’s EMS protocol requiring the transport of trauma patients to a better-equipped hospital in nearby Savannah, Ga., paramedics routinely brought head trauma patients to Hilton Head Hospital, a small, local medical center. Dudley’s reports sought to evaluate whether the EMS system was stretched so thin that patient care was compromised."

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Excerpt: "In the past year alone, Martin and the Center alerted the press to the apparent unintended expansion of the national Freedom of Information Act’s exemption for intelligence sources and methods in intelligence reform legislation.

The Center stopped a proposal that would have allowed defense intelligence agencies to spy on Americans. When the Senate Intelligence Committee adopted a provision that would have allowed Defense Department officials to conduct undercover operations on groups in the U.S., the Center alerted the press. A Newsweek article by Michael Isikoff, “The Pentagon: Spying In America?” helped persuade Congress to drop the provision, Martin said.

She also had published an op-ed column in The Washington Post and Newsday that outlined the civil liberties concerns raised by proposals to reorganize the FBI, CIA and other intelligence agencies. "

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>>"The FBI is asking Internet companies not to oppose a controversial proposal that would require firms, including Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo, and Google, to build in backdoors for government surveillance.

In meetings with industry representatives, the White House, and U.S. senators, senior FBI officials argue the dramatic shift in communication from the telephone system to the Internet has made it far more difficult for agents to wiretap Americans suspected of illegal activities, CNET has learned. "

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"This book is intended to be a useful resource for anyone who thinks that they might be interested in becoming a data journalist, or dabbling in data journalism."

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"This page contains a collection of ethics guidelines from various news organizations worldwide. These include specific news outlets, parent news companies, and trade associations working in different media."

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"The story of Jessica Lynch's rescue was one of the most covered story lines during the war in Iraq. The young soldier from West Virginia was held up as an icon of the strength and spirit of the American volunteer soldier. Her rescue mission was called a daring, made-for-Hollywood story. In recent weeks, however, the stories about Lynch's capture, her time spent captive, and her rescue have been questioned. Many claim that the original reports were filled with inaccuracies that benefited the US government by creating positive feelings about the war. Below is a detailed chronology of the major stories in the evolution of the Lynch saga."

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