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The Atlantic checked out the New York Times’ reporting and discovered that “over half” of the days New York Times have published this year so far rely on the leaked documents published by WikiLeaks .

The Atlantic explained its methods:

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“By our count, on 63 days so far this year the paper’s reporters have relied on WikiLeaks documents as sources for their stories. Since April 25th is the 115th day of the year, that’s over half of all their issues this year. And just to be clear, we didn’t count stories that merely mentioned WikiLeaks or Julian Assange or Bradley Manning, only the ones that used documents from the site as a reporting source.”

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The Atlantic reports: New York Times Relies on WikiLeaks as Source on “over half” of days 2011

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