Nothing on the Internet is Actually Free

Several years ago, a journalist at CBS was working on an expose about Nike’s use of sweatshop labor. That same year, Nike was the flagship sponsor for the Olympics. Executives at CBS killed the story because of its impact on their bottom line.

This happens across the media industry. Echo chambers lead to myopic points of view, perpetuating misinformation and stoking division between people in…

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