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Although +972 self-describes as a "magazine", I have removed the link to online magazine since the lede of that article states: "can usually be distinguished by its approach to editorial control. Magazines typically have editors or editorial boards who review submissions and perform a quality control function to ensure that all material meets the expectations of the publishers (those investing time or money in its production) and the readership." and this is precisely what +972 does not do, at least according to this published description of its editorial process  and its own website: "a platform for our bloggers to share analysis, reports, ideas, images and videos on their channels. Each blogger owns his or her channel and has full rights over its contents (unless otherwise stated). The bloggers alone are responsible for the content posted on their channels; the positions expressed on individual blogs reflect those of their authors, and not +972 as a whole."
I am also removing categories that categorize it as a magazine.E.M.Gregory (talk) 21:19, 30 March 2015 (UTC)