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November 23rd, 2014
03:10 PM ET

Tech reporter with a target on her back?

Brian Stelter speaks with PandoDaily's Sarah Lacy, who was reportedly targeted by the fast-growing startup Uber for her critical coverage.


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    I can't stand the people behind Uber and unlike Sara Lacy, I do not have to delete the app; because I'd never use it in the first place. I also understand that once Buzzfeed published the story, the usual gang of haters were unleashed, some of whom may be unstable or veer towards the personal. But if Nicole Campbell and Michael Wolff claim an entirely different version of events, then media journalists like Howard Kurtz and Brian Stelter need to at least quote excerpts of what they claimed took place, if not invite them on the show, in order to give the viewer both sides. This failed to happen on both shows this past Sunday morning.

    November 24, 2014 at 6:28 pm | Reply

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