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2:10 PM ET, March 29, 2018


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Kurt Wagner / Recode:
Facebook shuts down Partner Categories, says it will stop using data from third-party aggregators like Experian to supplement its own data for ad targeting  —  Facebook says it's going to stop using data from third-party data providers like Experian and Acxiom.
Alex Webb / Bloomberg:
Most of Facebook's new privacy measures are happening in response to EU's GDPR, which goes into effect on May 25  —  Mark Zuckerberg is making it easier to tear digital pages out of your Facebook.  But that doesn't mean he wants to.  —  At first glance, it's a sincere reaction to the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Sarah Frier / Bloomberg:
Sources: Snap cuts about 100 employees on the advertising side of the business; this downsizing is said to be the final step in restructuring process  —  The reductions this time center on its ad division  —  Snap Inc. is cutting another set of employees, focusing this time on the advertising side …
Mark Sweney / The Guardian:
16-24 year olds watch Netflix and listen to services like Spotify more than BBC and BBC's radio stations; over 80% of children watch YouTube, 29% BBC iPlayer  —  Broadcaster fears being ‘overtaken by competitors’ as technology firms increasingly dominate on-demand viewing
Scott Rosenberg / Axios:
Traditional media gains from Facebook's scandals, blames tech giants for its problems; both parties offer a public service paid for by selling users' attention  —  Facebook and Google execs privately complain about the barrage of critical coverage they face, charging that media companies …
Jason Schwartz / Politico:
Conservative publishers accuse Facebook's algorithm change of unfair targeting, though change may be the result of users labeling them as untrustworthy  —  Right-wing sites are jumping on the beleaguered network for an alleged liberal bias.  —  Add another item to Facebook's growing list of headaches …
Washington Post:
Ecuador has barred Julian Assange from using the internet from its embassy in London, saying he violated an agreement not to interfere in international affairs  —  LONDON — Julian Assange, the controversial founder of WikiLeaks, has been barred from using the Internet at the Ecuadoran Embassy in London …
Kevin Roose / New York Times:
Social media companies' problems are caused by their revenue models; solutions are user-run collectives, a federated social network, an automatic profile purge  —  I don't need to tell you that something is wrong with social media.  —  You've probably experienced it yourself.
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Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
After two years, The Guardian's Mobile Innovation Lab wraps up its work and shares insights on the practical challenges of experimenting within newsrooms
David Agren / The Guardian:
In a rare conviction, two Mexican police officers have been sentenced to 25 years in prison for the murder of journalist Moisés Sánchez
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Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
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