Tag: hacking

by Lily Leung

The best stories across the web on media and technology, curated by Lily Leung. 1. If Twitter is anti-SOPA, should it blackout like Wikipedia? (gov20.govfresh) 2. Phone hacking possible at Daily Mirror during Piers Morgan’s tenure (Huffington Post) 3. Beta testing part of Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s web makeover (Poynter) 4. Will original, web-only shows win over […] more »

by Teresa Gorman

PBS NewsHour staffers who were awake late last Sunday before Memorial Day, including myself, were just as startled as the rest of the Internet to discover a legitimate-looking blog post on our site claiming that late rapper Tupac Shakur was alive. We were under a hacking attack. Suddenly, it was time for damage control. I […] more »

by Katie Kemple

Once a week, representatives from liberal publications such as AlterNet, Yes! Magazine, the American Independent News Network, the UpTake, and Ms. Magazine convene to discuss mobile strategies. The call, organized by the Media Consortium, is part of an Incubation and Innovation Lab designed to help members collectively tackle the new realities of journalism — a […] more »