Your Call: Media coverage of the death of online privacy & the Trump-Russia story
This week, the House of Representatives voted to revoke an Obama era privacy rule, which required Internet providers to ask for your permission before selling your browsing history to the highest bidder. Major telecom companies including AT&T and Verizon lobbied to kill privacy protection rules.
We’ll also discuss the ongoing extensive coverage of the investigation into Russia's alleged interference in the US election. How should reporters cover this story?
Jonathan Landay, national security correspondent for the Reuters
Craig Aaron, president and CEO of Free Press
Peter Stone, freelance reporter
Reuters: Timeline: From TVs to microwaves, White House tries to explain wiretapping charge
Harvard Gazzette: On Russia, watch the ball