New Media, Old Fight

Ferguson, Tim
September 2010
Forbes Asia;Sep2010, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p5
The article presents the author's views on barriers faced by the mass media industry from administrative agencies. The author states that dangers and abuses from the mass media remains at war with enforced order. According to the author, officials must justify any kind of controls as necessary and should also protect legitimate speech from being harassed or from bullying.


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