Joaquin Castro tweeted out the names and employers of more than 40 San Antonians who maxed out their donations to Donald Trump’s reelection campaign.
How is it newsworthy to identify a private citizen who didn’t commit a crime? What relevance whatsoever is his criminal history, or how he gets random jollies on Facebook?
The dispute between Naomi Wu and Vice is complicated and touches on two very different social systems. The New York Times’ Sarah Jeong doesn’t think it’s complicated at all.
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