New York City’s media markets have been hit hard by a series of high-profile hacks and a string of suicides that have raised questions about the safety of their work.
Here’s what you need to know about them.
New York Times article The Times published a story today about how it has changed its practices to protect employees.
A new policy requires employees to report the “most credible” threat to their careers, and it requires the company to review its security posture each year.
“If we have reason to believe the threat is real, we will act, even if it is not immediately clear whether the company will take action or not,” the policy reads.
The new policy comes after a series from the Times last year that highlighted the problems in the industry, including the use of data from Social Security numbers to steal financial information and a breach in which an employee’s email account was stolen and used to hack into employees’ personal information.
The company also said it has launched a new security program for all employees.
The Times article also notes that the New York media market, which was set up in 1995 to cater to newspapers and magazines, now covers more than 1.4 million square feet and has a market cap of about $4.7 billion.
“This is a huge market,” said Daniel J. Drezner, who oversees the digital and media industries for the Public Policy Institute of California.
“It’s an incredibly competitive market.
It’s got to be handled extremely well.
The industry has been dealing with this for a very long time.”
The new measures will likely come as a blow to the newspaper industry.
The paper industry lost $1 billion in 2015.
Dzner said it’s unclear whether the changes in the New Yorkers’ security will have an impact on newspaper publishers.
He said the New Yorker had been under pressure from other news organizations to change its security measures, which the company had previously said it would do.
“They were the first to do it, but we think the industry is going to need to be much more proactive in these security matters,” Dzener said.
The newspaper industry has long been plagued by the issue of employee suicide.
The most recent figures from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner show that there were 8,822 employee deaths in 2016.
Many of the deaths involved workers at the paper’s headquarters in the Times Square area.
That’s a number that’s about twice the national average for the same time period.