The growing dominance of Facebook and Twitter over daily newspapers is putting democracy in a vice.
Social media giants Twitter and Facebook testified before the U.S. Congress last week about Russian-linked accounts that had been used to spread controversy and misinformation during the 2016 U.S. election. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay.
TORONTO—With few exceptions, newspapers aren’t very politically relevant any more.
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