Don't Like the News? There's a Button for That →

Norway’s second largest tabloid is offering readers a button at the top of its Web site that will remove all articles about Anders Breivik, the man who went on a murder rampage in Norway last July, and now stands trial.

As Journalism.co.uk points out, this is similar to a Guardian experiment last year when they too had a button to remove articles. In that case, the offending media frenzy readers sought refuge from was the royal wedding.

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    Are people advancing the thesis that daily newspapers keep comments on their websites not to promote user engagement but...
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    I’d like a button that removes all the racist comments from online newspaper articles. Also known as a button that...
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    Every American news/media outlet should employ this
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    Any story you’d like to see removed from the news sites you read?
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