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Covering Computer Security in The New York Times
The MSM gets it wrong, the conventional wisdom goes, because the reporters aren't technically adept but are looking for scare stories to sell newspapers or get ratings. John Schwartz debunks a few myths about the mainstream media and explains that it is possible to write about security and other topics without hype to and still keep your job.
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