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You can download Times Now News and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. The New York Times now finds Ari Fuld's dead not suitable for the site either New York Times head office. The New York Times not only found the assassination of Ari Fuld, an Israeli-American man who was killed and knifed to death last week by a Palestinian Arab, out of printing, but has now taken the extra measure of removing reports of his demise from its on-line archive.

Commenting on CSR, the reader argued that Internet access to wireless services was sufficient. However, wired services account numbers differ from Times employee print account numbers in important aspects. Employee handwritten account remains on the Times website archive, while wireservice items are periodically removed after about two week. This makes them unseen by those who might want to read the Times in the near term.

Furthermore, some powerful readership - among them, according to many reports, President Trump - depend solely or mainly on the New York Times. They do not visit the Times website. Some recent reports on wired services that mention the aftermath of Muld's death can still be found on the Times website. However, in a few short months, under the conditions of the Times agreement with the cables, these too will almost certainly disappear.

Meanwhile, Times printed readership was confronted with a series of op-ed plays and an Editorial on the Trump Administrator to cut back assistance to the Palestinians. "A vindictive and short-sighted act," a Times personnel lead article had it. As opposed to the Ari Fuld murders, those lead stories and column titles stay available on the Times website.

If the Times had commissioned a journalist with the case and released its results, perhaps the reader would have found out some interesting things. It' s not too late for the Times to post its own follow-up story - preferably one that might stay in the historic recording indefinitely and not be deleted after a few week.

They' ll remember Fuld no matter what the Times does. What the Times does will be memorable.

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