The Trouble With Unpublishing the News

by: Adrienne LaFrance | The Atlantic

Once upon a time, not very long ago, publishing was a massive, visceral operation. It required buckets of ink, reams of paper, and mammoth machines that clanked and roared and churned. To stop the presses was a violent decision—also, a costly one.

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