The Media Fix: The U.S. Government Has Betrayed the Internet: We Need to Take It Back Jay Owen September 9, 2013 Wealth of Networks Read these three things. The U.S. Government Has Betrayed the Internet: We Need to Take It Back Bruce Schneier, Guardian Keeping the Net Neutral Los Angeles Times NSA Able to Foil Basic Safeguards of Privacy on Web Nicole Perlroth, Jeff Larson and Scott Shane, New York Times Want a little more? NSA Spying Scandal Government Attempts to Suppress NSA Reporting Haven’t Worked So Well Jack Mirkinson, Huffington Post Why We Published the Decryption Story Stephen Engelberg and Richard Tofel, ProPublica Reporters Committee, Media Organizations Argue NSA Metadata Collection Interferes with Rights Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press Unlocking Private Communications New York Times Cable News and Beyond CBS and Time Warner Win, Viewers Lose in Cable Dispute David Lazarus, Los Angeles Times CBS Returns, Triumphant, to Cable Box Bill Carter, New York Times Cable Customers Pay $5.54 a Month for ESPN Whether They Want It or Not Rob Beschizza, Boing Boing Journalism and Beyond Sorry, Jeff Bezos, the News Bundle Isn’t Coming Back Timothy B. Lee, Washington Post Déjà News Sasha Chavkin, Columbia Journalism Review Then There Were None — Last Political Broadcaster Randy Shandobil, San Francisco Chronicle Campaign Journalism in the Age of Twitter David Carr, New York Times Feeding the Beast Brendan Fitzgerald, Morning News When Coverage Gets Ahead of the Facts Brendan Nyhan, Columbia Journalism Review In Other News It Happened: Microsoft to Buy Nokia’s Devices Division Tom Krazit, GigaOM WBAI’s Death by Democracy Tessa Stuart, Village Voice With Privacy Battle Brewing, Facebook Won’t Update Policy Right Away Jessica Guynn, Los Angeles Times Take action! Tell U.S. and U.K. leaders to end the intimidation of journalists and their families. These attacks on the press won’t stop unless the public raises its voice. Take Action Now! Attend an event. Communications Safety Net: How Lifeline Connects Families and Communities Sept. 12: Washington, D.C. Is Our Democracy Endangered? Sept. 18: Washington, D.C. From Miss Representation to Mass Representation: Educating for Change Sept. 28-29: North Dartmouth, Mass. Is Our Democracy Endangered? Sept. 30: Northampton, Mass. Is Our Democracy Endangered? Oct. 1: Boston, Mass. Women, Money & Power Summit Oct. 8-9: Washington, D.C. ACM-NE Conference & Trade Show Oct. 10-11: Sturbridge, Mass. Online News Association Conference 2013 Oct. 17-19: Atlanta, Ga. Connecting for Change: A Bioneers by the Bay Conference Oct. 25-27: New Bedford, Mass.