The problem of Russian and Chinese media in the USA. And the problem of curbing them.

Posted: 20 Jan 2018

"American legacy publishers are competing with digital upstarts and solo bloggers for precious ad revenue … . Chinese state media outlets, should they want to, can pay top dollar for both journalists and reach … "

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) January 20, 2018

"Curbing China and Russia’s ability to broadcast in the US might please consumers wary of fake news and foreign propaganda invading their Facebook feeds. But it would move Washington a tiny bit closer toward Beijing and Moscow’s model of state control."

— Kim Andrew Elliott (@kaedotcom) January 20, 2018

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