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    CNN has just announced

    I've just heard one of their anchors today, announce that they won't be crediting their sources (twitter users) for fear of backlash from the Iranian brain-police.

    Since companys like WebMediaBrands pretty much own a piece of whatever you decide to post up... everyone should make efforts to pit these companys agianst each other. What they've done to television and the internet is disgusting.

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    That's weird................I thought CNN were getting slagged off by twitter users for their lack of coverage of the Iranian elections

    http://gawker.com/5290359/bbcs-satel...-twitter-users
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