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An LA Times Printing Plant Suffered Malware Attack Delaying Distributions of Several US Newspapers

Is this another plot to stop the truth from getting out? This year has been plagued with so much controversy regarding alternative facts and fake news, and attacks against the free press that it's not even surprising that they would try to hit them where it would hurt the most.

If people can't have access to information as soon as possible, it would be difficult for them to make sense of what's happening in the world. Of course, you might think, well who reads newspapers nowadays anyway? True, but a lot of people still depend on their broadsheets for information. Read more about it on The BBC.

(Image credit: Roman Kraft/Unsplash)

. . . but the surveillance was comically easy to spot. Admittedly it is not that common in LA to see people on park benches reading two-year-old German newspapers -- but generally when they are reading the part of the page that is above-the-fold, they hold the newspaper in such a way that the text on the side near to them is right-side-up.
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