Okay, here we go, comments made as I read.
- "Currently, 38 instances of SCP-XXXX-1 are currently contained" > redundant use of "currently"
- The use of italics is messing with my reading, especially since you've also got strikeout text. Either make that normal-looking, or put it in parentheses/ use a footnote if you want it to stand out.
- "Any civilian affected by SCP-XXXX-1 must be administered Class-A Amnestics." > I would put this in another paragraph, since it's not really related to the Foundation side of things. That said, pretty much all of the containment could be rearranged for smoothness of the read. The information being presented jumps around between Foundation site and personnel-specific instructions and measures taken in the rest of the world.
- "is restricted to Class-D and Class-C personnel. Class-C personnel are restricted" > redundant given that the word "restricted" was used earlier. Just state that Class-C are to receive permission from the site director, etc.
- "may be subject to early (possibly immediate) subsequent termination" > this might get you some skepticism, since not everyone holds strong to the monthly termination thing since the world just doesn't have enough people to make that viable.
I skimmed the rest since at the start of the description, I started feeling like I could predict what would happen. And I was kind of unsurprised when I read,
Approximately 30% of individuals exposed to instances of SCP-XXXX-1 will immediately exhibit suicidal tendencies after prolonged reading. Methods of suicide commonly attempted by these subjects include drug overdose, ingesting and choking on an instance of SCP-XXXX-1, and [DATA EXPUNGED] directly into the cranium
So you know, the "it makes you crazy until dead" approach isn't particularly interesting on its own anymore, given how many times SCPs with that effect have been written. Take a look at the articles tagged with "compulsion". Furthermore, the SCP's effect forcing someone to do something tends to be a bit of a lame narrative, since things are more interesting if there's a struggle involved, and/or if the people instead do terrible things of their own volition. Consider reading through the further discussion on the narrative issues of compulsion and addiction effects.
I lost interest in reading before I made it to the collapsibles, sorry. I like the idea of an anomalous newspaper that causes people to see connections between inherently unrelated things, but the underlying narrative is something I've seen far too many times to be interested in.
Did you get the idea checked in the Ideas and Brainstorming forum before you wrote the draft?