Newspaper Readers Forced To Experience Censorship In Altered Comments Section

Newspaper Readers Forced To Experience Censorship In Altered Comments Section
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Readers who attempted to comment on a controversial article found their comments censored

Laura Yan
  • 27 may 2016

The Daily Times, an English language Pakistani newspaper worked with agency Grey Singapore to create the Free My Voice campaign, using an algorithm to reverse all commenter’s opinions on a controversial news story about Islamic country’s blasphemy law.

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