Times Busted for Unwittingly Publishing Photoshopped Images

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Photo: Gurno.com

After bloggers informed the New York Times that photos by Edgar Martins — in a series called "Ruins of a Second Gilded Age" — had likely been digitally altered, the paper took them off its website. It's unclear why the changes were made (check out an example here), but it seems the Times was unaware of them. Luckily, they have the entire Internet waiting to catch them on their errors! [Gawker, Stinky Journalism, MPR News]