Glenn Greenwald appeals for Press Freedom but fails to mention the censorship of his own employer

Yading Mountains of Sichuan, China. June 2013

Yading Mountains of Sichuan, China. June 2013

Glenn Greenwald appeals for Press Freedom but fails to mention the censorship of his own employer

I hope everyone who believes in basic press freedoms will defend those journalistic outlets when they are under attack – all of them – regardless of how much one likes or does not like them.

Finally: thanks, most of all, to my readers and commenters who participate in so many ways in the journalism I do. I’ve always said that my favorite aspect of online political writing is how interactive and collaborative it is with one’s readers: that has always been, and always will be, crucial in so many ways to what I do.

Mr Greenwald echoes Natalie Hanman on her appointment as Comment if Free’s new editor:

I want to emphasise that Cif is, crucially, about the articles and the comments. Together they make up the complete picture of what we publish.  – Natalie Hanman, Sept 2010

But it’s a complete picture that is regularly censored.

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