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Charles Arthur: Has the Public Been Well Served by Technology Journalism?

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Abstract

Amid the rise of Google, Facebook and Apple – at the same time that the “traditional media” have been under greater financial and attention pressure than ever before – are we being sufficiently informed, in the right way, about the companies which can influence our lives? Hear four distinguished journalists give their views, and take part in the discussion.

Panellists

  • Andrew Brown (Guardian)
  • Carole Cadwalldr (Observer)
  • Ingrid Lunden (Techcrunch)

Chair

Charles Arthur, Freelance Tech Journalist and Visiting Fellow at the Technology and Democracy project at CRASSH (formerly Technology Editor of the Guardian)

This talk is part of the Technology and Democracy Events series.

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