Why is the media watchdog looking into the possibility of an investigation into whether media companies are illegally censoring the press?

Why is the media watchdog looking into the possibility of an investigation into whether media companies are illegally censoring the press?

By now, most of us have seen the viral video of a police officer pepper spraying a man, apparently because he refused to move away from the cop’s car.

That video led to a major uproar over police brutality, and prompted a Justice Department investigation into the police department.

But the incident also drew attention to the fact that in the United States, there is a whole lot of media regulation going on in a number of states.

There is a lot of power and control over the media, whether you’re a newspaper or a radio station, TV station or a social network, and the fact of the matter is that there’s a lot more regulation than there is accountability.

The idea that there should be some kind of accountability is actually a pretty big part of the story.

As the New York Times recently reported, in some states, “the media can be a weapon in the hands of the state,” because it is “responsible for many of the decisions about what news reaches the public.”

And as more people turn to the Internet for their news, they are more likely to see the media as “a tool for the state.”

This is the second time the Justice Department has been looking into media censorship, and it comes as state and local governments are struggling to combat the rise of “fake news” and online propaganda.

The problem with the current media is that it’s all about profit.

If you can create a certain kind of revenue stream, you can keep the rest of the economy functioning.

So when a group of state and city governments are trying to deal with this problem, they’re really trying to fight against something that is, in essence, a corporate monopoly on the distribution of information.

And the fact is that, as it turns out, it’s not a monopoly at all.

And so in this new era of the Internet, there’s no longer any government-sponsored media monopoly.

In fact, there are so many ways that information is being distributed that it actually has the potential to be much more decentralized than any media monopoly has ever been.

And that’s a big change, because we have all of this information available to us in the form of the free information flow that is the Internet.

In other words, if we have a huge amount of information and it is not centralized, it is distributed in a very decentralized way.

This new era where we have more information, where we can actually share that information with each other is actually the biggest opportunity to build a truly democratic society in the world.

The truth is that democracy is possible.

But what is possible today, is very hard to imagine in our time.

This is why the Justice and Media Departments are looking into a potential investigation into a number, including California, that has already passed a law that requires journalists to report on police shootings.

And this is the same California that has been trying to make the Internet a more open platform for citizens to express their opinions.

What you need to know about the United Kingdom A look at some of the world’s biggest newspapers and how they use the internet to get their news.

1 of 12 Advertisement Advertisement The problem is that the Internet has created a system in which people can freely report on everything.

And if you can report on something that’s happening in your community, you’re going to see that there are a lot fewer people saying, “Oh, the police killed my cousin.”

What you see are people who are reporting on the violence, on the police, on other people’s deaths.

But you also see people who say, “Well, this is going on right now.

I haven’t heard anything about it.”

That’s because, in a lot (of) countries, you are still only able to report from the news.

There are no social networks to spread the word, and there are no alternative sources to talk to people about.

The result is that most people don’t have the tools they need to get informed about the real state of affairs.

The reality is that in most countries, the state has a monopoly on information distribution.

And with a few exceptions, like Brazil, that’s where people can be the first to report any news they want.

The government controls a huge chunk of the information that people see.

And in a way, that monopoly is part of what makes the Internet such a wonderful tool for communication.

In many countries, there isn’t even a government-owned news network.

There’s only one news source: the government.

And it is the government that has a big say about what the news media can and can’t report on.

In some countries, like India, you might be able to see a newspaper every few weeks.

But there is also the fact, that most of the news we see on the Internet is controlled by a handful of large companies, which also control a huge portion of the distribution.

There aren’t many independent news outlets, and in many countries it is impossible to access any of the media you would


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