Förlag kräver bokmässan på svar om Nya Tider | SVT Nyheter

Förlag kräver bokmässan på svar om Nya Tider | SVT Nyheter

Förlag kräver bokmässan på svar om Nya Tider | SVT Nyheter

I en film med kopplingar till tidningen Nya Tider uppmanar man till upprepade hembesök hos enskilda journalister. Nu ställer bokförlaget Natur och Kulturs vd krav på att bokmässan i Göteborg ska svara på hur detta stämmer överens med deras värderingar om fri åsiktsbildning och öppenhet, rapporterar Dagens Nyheter.Turerna kring den högerextrema tidningen Nya Tiders medverkan på bokmässan i Göteborg fortsätter. Som Kulturnyheterna har berättat tidigare har en grupp med högerextrema kopplingar besökt enskilda reportrar och Expressens chefredaktör Thomas Mattsson i deras hem, med syftet att få dem att upphöra med sina granskningar av främlingsfientliga miljöer.– Tänk bara ett besök, vilken panik de får. Tänk om 10, 20 personer besöker dem dagligen, sju dagar i veckan. Jag lovar, de kommer att tänka om, när de ska hänga ut folk, säger en man i filmen.En av personerna bakom filmen är redaktör på den högerextrema tidningen Nya Tider, en tidning som också har hyllat tilltaget.

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A Murder Posted on Facebook Prompts Outrage and Questions Over Responsibility – The New York Times

A Murder Posted on Facebook Prompts Outrage and Questions Over Responsibility - The New York Times

A Murder Posted on Facebook Prompts Outrage and Questions Over Responsibility – The New York Times

SAN FRANCISCO — On Easter, Steve Stephens drove around downtown Cleveland on what he said was a mission to commit murder — and soon he had an audience of millions for his shooting of Robert Godwin Sr., 74, which he recorded and posted on Facebook, the police in Cleveland said.On Monday, the authorities nationwide were looking for Mr. Stephens, 37, with the police as far away as Philadelphia saying they had received calls about sightings of him in that area.Now Facebook is facing a backlash over the shooting video, as it grapples with its role in policing content on its global platform.It is an issue that Facebook, the world’s largest social network, has had to contend with more frequently as it has bet big on new forms of media like live video, which give it a venue for more lucrative advertising. The criticism of Facebook over Mr. Stephens’s video built swiftly Monday, with critics calling it a dark time for the company and outrage spreading on social media over how long it had taken — more than two hours — for the video to be pulled down. Ryan A. Godwin, the victim’s grandson, pleaded with other users on social media to stop sharing the video online.

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Bon Appétit unveils its first cover shot on an iPhone | TechCrunch

Bon Appétit unveils its first cover shot on an iPhone | TechCrunch

Bon Appétit unveils its first cover shot on an iPhone | TechCrunch

We know smartphone cameras have become good enough for casual photographers, but what about the pros?Well, magazines like Billboard and Condé Nast Traveler have recently published covers that were photographed on an iPhone, and now Bon Appétit is joining their ranks.This is basically the final step in bringing smartphone photography into the Condé Nast-owned food magazine. After all, the photos from last year’s Culture issue were shot by iPhones — except for the cover.Creative Director Alex Grossman said it made sense to finally put an iPhone pic out front with the May travel issue, particularly given the connection between photography and travel. The cover was shot on an iPhone 7 Plus, in the Tlacolula Market of Oaxaca, Mexico, and it combines people and food, with a woman showing off a strawberry Paleta.

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Hackers attacked one in five UK firms last year, survey finds | Technology | The Guardian

Hackers attacked one in five UK firms last year, survey finds | Technology | The Guardian

Hackers attacked one in five UK firms last year, survey finds | Technology | The Guardian

Cybercriminals have attacked one in five British businesses in the past year, many of which lack even the most basic security measures to protect confidential information. A report by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) found that only 24% of businesses said they had security in place to guard against hacking, despite the rising danger of attacks and increasing publicity about the threat.Larger companies, defined as those with at least 100 staff, were more susceptible to cyber-attacks, with 42% of big businesses falling victim to cybercrime, compared with 18% of small companies.The survey of 1,200 businesses follows a series of high-profile attacks on company databases, including those at search engine Yahoo, telecoms firm TalkTalk and dating website Ashley Madison.

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Journalistförbundet varnar: Trakasserier leder till självcensur | SVT Nyheter

Journalistförbundet varnar: Trakasserier leder till självcensur | SVT Nyheter

Journalistförbundet varnar: Trakasserier leder till självcensur | SVT Nyheter

Kulturnyheternas undersökning visar att hoten mot Sveriges största medier ökar. Nu varnar Journalistförbundets ordförande Jonas Nordling för att hot och trakasserier påverkar yrkeskåren: Ytterst kan det leda till självcensur .– Frågan om trakasserier och hot mot journalister är ständigt aktuell. Min teori är att de digitala teknikerna ökar antalet hot, men inte antalet som hotar. Tidigare fick man handskrivna hatbrev, men i dag kan de komma i hundratals utföranden. Det är det digitala landskapets baksida, säger Jonas Nordling, ordförande för Journalistförbundet, SJF.  Han berättar om en tid då förbundet var tvunget att övertyga arbetsgivare om att hot och trakasserier var del av ett arbetsmiljöproblem som de skulle ta ett ansvar för. I dag ser det annorlunda ut.

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