Project Censored is a US research, education and advocacy initiative in the media that advocates the importance of a free press for democratic and autonomous government. The project, since its creation in 1976, has the mission to expose and oppose censorship of information, as well as to promote independent investigative journalism, media education and critical thinking. He produces an annual book, with the ranking of the 25 most censored stories in the United States.
On this occasion, PhoneGate’s health and industrial scandal was ranked fourth on 25 of the most censored topics in America. A very sad ranking that both recognizes our work alert but also shows how difficult it is to access the major US media.
We would like to thank the “Project censored” teams for their vigilance, as well as the students and professors for their research work (Student Researchers: John Michael Dulalas, Bethany Surface, and Kamila Janik (San Francisco State University) and Shannon Cowley ( University of Vermont) Faculty Evaluators: Kenn Burrows (San Francisco State University) and Rob Williams (University of Vermont).