What newsrooms can learn from threat modeling at Facebook
Monday, 14 September 2020 ()
Photo By Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile via Getty Images
Editor’s note: We’re barreling toward the 2020 election with big unresolved problems in election interference — from foreign actors to domestic troublemakers. So how can journalists sort through all of the noise without having their coverage or their newsrooms compromised? Jay Rosen, one of America’s foremost press critics and a professor of journalism at NYU, argues that national news providers must work to “identify the most serious threats to a free and fair election and to American democracy.” In an essay on PressThink, Rosen says that newsrooms need threat modeling teams, which could be fashioned after those run by major platforms like Facebook. To explore this model, Rosen interviewed Alex Stamos, the former chief security officer...
You Might Like
💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions
MPs vote to pass the Government's Internal Markets Bill
Credit: ODN Duration: 00:30Published
Trump strategy data leak targets Joe Biden
Credit: ODN Duration: 03:24Published
Biden blasts Facebook over Trump posts, voting misinformation before presidential debateJoe Biden is pressuring Facebook to remove Trump posts containing voting misinformation as the two prepare to face each other in their first debate.
Duterte lashes out at Facebook after it takes down fake accountsPresident Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines is one of a number of populists around the world who rose to power in part by harnessing Facebook to get his..
Facebook’s Accounts Center will unify login and payment info across Facebook propertiesFacebook
Facebook is making it easier for people to post across Facebook properties and pay for purchases they make on all its platforms. The..
Honoring the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg shaped our nation's legal system. She was known for her dissents in cases involving abortion, civil rights, voting..
Tweets about this