FTC explores future of journalism in Internet age

The federal government is wading into deliberations over the future of journalism as printed newspapers, television stations and other traditional media outlets suffer from Americans' growing reliance on the Internet.

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Translation: "If we can't lie to them any more, we can't take their money, labor, and children! What good ARE the people to us if we can't take their money, labor, and children? That @#$%ing internet, with its tubes and blobs and crap is making our job of swindling the people danged near IMPOSSIBLE! We have to shut it down, somehow. Maybe we can tell them that reptilian space aliens are stealing their brain cells over the internet every time they read whatreallyhappened.com!!!"

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