Alina Selyukh

NPR

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Technology reporter for NPR and host of its All Tech Considered blog; former technology policy correspondent for Reuters

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America's diversified communications industry is moving back to greater concentration of power over both content and the means of delivery.

AT&T announces $85 billion merger with Time Warner

America's diversified communications industry is moving back to greater concentration of power over both content and the means of delivery.

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When the Associated Press  falsely tweeted  that bombs at the White House had injured President Obama, Wall Street indexes lost billions in value.

News Media Hacking and the Case for Cybersecurity

When the Associated Press falsely tweeted that bombs at the White House had injured President Obama, Wall Street indexes lost billions in value.

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