THE WEB WE WANT? GUARDIAN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF KATHARINE VINER ON HOW TO MAKE THE INTERNET A BETTER PLACE — Oxford Today
|May 17, 2016||Posted by olivia under books, arts & culture, the way we live, women's issues, work||
We are facing a ‘dark age’ in journalism, Katharine Viner, editor-in-chief of The Guardian, warned at Oxford’s second Women of Achievement lecture.
Viner (Pembroke, 1989), The Guardian’s first-ever female editor-in-chief, shared her concerns that ‘In the digital age it’s easier than ever to spread false information…Does the truth even matter anymore?’