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Journalist Glenn Greenwald, a co-founder of The Intercept, accused editors at the media organization of censorship and resigned. It involved a story he drafted on Joe Biden and allegations of corruption stemming from his son’s laptop that was purportedly given to the New York Post.

He shared a piece about ending his involvement, announced he was launching a newsletter at Substack, posted the article he claimed was censored, and later posted emails reflecting the sharp disagreement with Intercept editors.

What quickly became the focus was a statement he made about a clause in his contract that prohibited the editing of his articles unless it involved “complex original reporting” or there was a “possibility of legal liability.” …


Kevin Gosztola

Journalist. Writes about politics. Managing editor of Twitter: @kgosztola

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