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This October marks two years since the founding of Media 2070: The Media Reparations Project. Here’s what the journey has looked like so far this year.
In September, Free Press staff confronted disinformation, expanded the fight for media reparations and worked to give people the news and information they need.
You might think that the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol had taught tech companies the dangers of election disinformation. You would be wrong.
The Everett C. Parker Award recognizes an individual whose work embodies the principles and values of the public interest in telecommunications and the media.
Free Press’ Media Power Collaborative aims to win the kinds of public policies that will give every community the journalism it needs.
In August, Free Press staff exposed the dangers of online disinformation campaigns, examined pay inequities in the journalism industry and more.
Public-interest watchdogging and new FCC leadership halted the waste of billions of broadband-subsidy funds.
Most people think that their private messages are just that: private. But Facebook shared private messages between a mother and daughter with Nebraska law enforcement.
In July, Free Press staff screened a powerful film, fought for internet users’ privacy, worked to better inform communities, combated disinformation and celebrated a new Net Neutrality bill.
In June, Free Press staff highlighted the perils of online disinformation and lifted up the fight for Black liberation.