Media Law Prof Blog

Editor: Christine A. Corcos
Louisiana State Univ.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Technology, Journalism and Reader Access

The New York Times decided to cut its British readers off from an article on the London terror plot "on advice of legal counsel". The Times explanation appears here. The Times had already decided not to print the story in its British edition, but withholding the web version was more difficult, according to Times sources. The paper did it using technology already available to advertisers. A link to the omitted article appears on the webpage identified above.

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