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"In the first of a series of datablog posts looking at women in the media, we present one year of every article published by the Guardian, Telegraph and Daily Mail, with each article tagged by section, gender, and social media popularity."
This link recently saved by nik.silver on July 30, 2012
"The particular piece that’s riled me this evening is elegantly titled, “The NHS did not deserve to be so disgracefully glorified in this bonanza of left-wing propaganda“. That the Mail would write a piece arguing that the NHS is a bad thing, and should have had no part in the Olympic opening ceremony, is not a surprise. [...] The issue is what’s smuggled in there."
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"The two recent examples of work taken from Newsweek are just the latest in a long line of Mail Online stories that liberally cut and paste copy from other websites. Recently, Mail Online has stolen stories and text from The Independent, The Scotsman and Wikipedia, Bikya Masr, and the BBC, among others."
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"Following my report earlier this week about a Newsweek/Daily Beast writer who said the Daily Mail stole her story and only offered the “tiniest fig leaf of attribution,” it appears the U.K. tabloid removed the offending story from its website." But not before the user figures were recorded.
This link recently saved by nik.silver on February 01, 2012
"The MailOnline meanwhile has set about attracting readers by following the agenda of others - offering to serve content people were already searching for online. As such, much of the success of the Daily Mail website is the result of a focus on US reality TV, pop music and naked flesh. Lots and lots of naked flesh."