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How Facebook Tracks Your Data | NYT

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THE DECADE IN PICTURES https://t.co/vH3raqu2mS https://t.co/dOLU2oV4AX

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These are the 10 best books of 2019 as chosen by the editors of the Times Book Review https://t.co/FXUyzkyzeA https://t.co/5OTmib3awA

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The New York Times is an American newspaper based in New York City with worldwide influence and readership. Founded in 1851, the paper has won 125 Pulitzer Prizes, more than any other newspaper. The New York Times is ranked 17th in the world by circulation.
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  • Origins 

  • Ochs era 

  • Post-war expansion 

  • ''New York Times v. Sullivan'' (1964) 

  • The ''Pentagon Papers'' (1971) 

  • Late 1970s–90s 

  • Early digital content 

  • 2000s 

  • 2010s 

  • Headquarters building 

  • Gender discrimination in employment 

  • Slogan 

  • News staff 

  • Ochs-Sulzberger family 

  • Public editors 

  • Editorial stance 

  • Style 

  • Print newspaper 

  • ''International Edition'' 

  • Website 

  • ''TimesSelect'' 

  • Paywall and digital subscriptions 

  • Apps 

  • The ''Times Reader'' 

  • Podcasts 

  • ''The New York Times en Español'' (Spanish-language) 

  • Chinese-language 

  • TimesMachine 

  • Interruptions 

  • Failure to report Ukraine famine 

  • World War II 

  • Accusations of liberal bias 

  • 2016 election 

  • Jayson Blair plagiarism (2003) 

  • Iraq War (2003–06) 

  • ''Hatfill v. New York Times Co. and Kristof'' (2005) 

  • Duke University lacrosse case (2006) 

  • Israeli–Palestinian conflict 

  • Delayed publication of 2005 NSA warrantless surveillance story 

  • M.I.A. quotes out of context (2009–10) 

  • Irish student controversy (2015) 

  • Nail salon series (2015) 

  • Iran (2015) 

  • Hiring practices (2016) 

  • Elimination of copy editors (2018) 

  • Views on Britain (2020) 

  • Tom Cotton editorial (2020) 

  • Reputation