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ES: La BBC Sobornada por Bill Gates

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Resumen: La BBC recibió unos 20 millones de dólares de Bill Gates, a pesar del hecho de que la BBC se supone que debe mantenerse independiente e imparcial por su operación con dinero de los contribuyentes para "beneficio" de los contribuyentes.

El orgullo de la BBC se hunde a nuevos mínimos como la BBC, que en ocasiones publica columnas de Gates, está ahora también acepta dinero de él. Esto puede ayudar a explicar por qué la BBC DEFIENDE a Microsoft, mientras que al mismo tiempo también aceptar el personal de Microsoft para manejar la BBC del Reino Unido. Se supone que son los contribuyentes del Reino Unido, que pagan para lavarse el cerebro por Gates bajo el disfraz de noticias "imparciales", no contaminada por la influencia del dinero y en su lugar patrocinada en gran parte por los contribuyentes. El canal/sitio probablemente va a lavar más ropa sucia de Gates para Microsoft[http://techrights.org/2010/02/04/bbc-net-propaganda/], la empresa que violó la ley, especialmente ahora que la "Fundación Gates ha dado a la BBC $ 20 millones para dar "forma" a historias sobre la salud materna infantil,[http://humanosphere.kplu.org/2011/03/bizjournal-gates-foundation-has-given-bbc-20-million/]" para citar un periodista que solía hacer PR (Relaciones Públicas) -disfrazado-como-periodismo para la Fundación Gates, y desde entonces ha desertado, tal vez dándose cuenta de que él era parte del problema, no la solución.



Claude Holtzman de la Puget Sound Business Journal informa que la Fundación Gates hizo su mayor donación a una organización de medios de comunicación, la BBC, en diciembre, pero no dió a conocer la concesión de 19,9 millones dólares.
Más información puede encontrarse aquí[http://www.bizjournals.com/seattle/blog/2011/03/gates-discloses-media-grant-after-report.html?ana=twt]. €¿Por qué mantenerlo en secreto? Deben haber sido y es avergonzate.

"... La Fundación Gates sirve como un fondo para sobornos de presión, para eliminar la crítica hacia Microsoft, Gates, retratan al agresor Gates como un héroe, y también ayuda a las empresas en las que Gates invierte..."Esta es la distorsión y el lobbyism -cabildeo-. Se caracteriza como fondo de comercio, pero en realidad ayuda a Gates y sus secuases vender patentes, glorificarse a sí mismos, y acallar algunas publicaciones más, las que tendrá que ser amable con Gates y Microsoft (es aquí donde viene el dinero, €¿por qué morder la mano que alimenta?). Como un lector lo puso el otro día La Fundación Gates sirve como un fondo para sobornos de presión, para eliminar la crítica hacia Microsoft, Gates, retratan al agresor Gates como un héroe, y también ayuda a las empresas en las que Gates invierte en un (para "dar forma" a la coberturay presionar a los políticos ). Techrights toma este asunto muy en serio, ya que ya no es sólo acerca del software, se trata de la ética y es sobre la muerte de la prensa de vigilancia. Kristi Heim, por ejemplo, acostumbraba a impulsar la agenda de Gates, pero después de coverturas como esta[http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2014280379_gatesmedia.html] que la despidieron. Hoy en día, Gates, con mucho gusto puede eliminar las voces que él no aprueba. Son estas las pruebas de como Microsoft utiliza sus influencias para atacar profesional y personalmente a las persona que él considera enemigos u obstaculos. Después de haber pagado muchas publicaciones grandes para asegura su cobertura de manera positiva, los editores están bajo gran presión para la obtención de tales fuentes de financiación.

Para citar del mencionado articulo a Marc Cooper, profesor asistente en la Universidad del Sur de California Annenberg School de Comunicación y Periodismo:

"Sería ingenuo creer que las grandes fundaciones de dinero no juegan el mismo juego que las corporaciones y otros intereses especiales."

Cooper, profesor de periodismo, considera "ridículo" cuando los medios de reclaman que el dinero de Gates no influye en su cobertura.

Probablemente vamos a revisar el tema en una fecha posterior. Por suerte, ya que no hemos tenido mucho tiempo para hacer un seguimiento de la Fundación Gates (varias entrevistas sitio próximos y también estamos cargando cientos de videos TechBytes, que se convertirá en WebM), parece que uno de nuestros editores podría ser capaz de ayudar. Así que mantén un ojo en este sitio por que hay muchas cosas buenas por venir.

Translation produced by Eduardo Landaveri, the esteemed administrator of the Spanish portal of Techrights.

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