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Before taking over Twitter, Elon Musk vowed that the platform wouldn’t become a “free-for-all hellscape.” He lied.
With just a couple weeks left in 2022, we want to share a few updates on everything going on at Free Press — and there’s a lot happening!
The JCPA would prop up media conglomerates, harm local news, and amplify hate and disinformation. And this dangerous bill is moving fast.
Free Press staffers kept busy in October and November as they fought for media reparations, inclusive journalism and digital civil rights.
We have a lot of work ahead of us — but in the days ahead, we will organize for the media and tech we deserve, the stories that must be told and the world we know we can build.
If we’ve learned anything since Musk first hinted that he wanted to buy Twitter, it’s that the media have an Elon obsession.
I expressed strong concerns over Musk’s plans to weaken content moderation and community standards that are needed to keep Twitter users safe.
Free Press’ report shows that election disinformation is just as dire in advance of the 2022 U.S. midterms as it was during the nation’s 2020 elections.
We hope this Free Press guide reveals a new way of working, one that treats the other side of the “interview” as delicate, sacred and powerful.
Free Press’ Media 2070 project is working to shift culture and secure reparations. A conference we co-hosted examines the forces of race and racism in U.S. media.