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11:00 PM ET, April 18, 2018

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David Ingram / Reuters:
Facebook says it will change ToS in May for 1.5B users outside EU, US, Canada to be governed by US instead of Ireland ToS, limiting GDPR impact to 400M users  —  SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - If a new European law restricting what companies can do with people's online data went into effect tomorrow …
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Facebook:
Ahead of GDPR, Facebook debuts enhanced privacy controls for all users globally, starting in EU, with more choices about ads, allowing face recognition, more  —  In recent weeks we've announced several steps to give people more control over their privacy and explain how we use data.
Jaclyn Peiser / New York Times:
Harper's Magazine Editor James Marcus says he was fired after a story by Katie Roiphe was assigned over his objections; he says he refused severance tied to NDA  —  James Marcus wants the world to know that he was fired from his job as the editor of Harper's Magazine.
Jim Rutenberg / New York Times:
Model Karen McDougal settles lawsuit against American Media, giving her right to discuss alleged affair with Trump and allowing AMI to avoid pretrial discovery  —  The tabloid news company American Media Inc. agreed to let a former Playboy model out of a contract that had kept her from talking freely …
Ashley Gurbal Kritzer / Tampa Bay Business Journal:
The Tampa Bay Times is cutting about 50 jobs across departments; spokeswoman says the cuts are a direct response to rising costs from newsprint tariffs  —  The Tampa Bay Times is cutting “approximately” 50 jobs after new tariffs sent the price of newsprint skyrocketing.
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Sports-focused streaming service fuboTV raises $75M Series D with AMC Networks as a new investor and 21st Century Fox, Sky, and more participating  —  Days after Disney-owned ESPN launched its new streaming service, ESPN+, a three-year old streaming TV service for sports fans, fuboTV …
Judy Kurtz / The Hill:
After nearly 15 years, The Hill is ending its annual 50 Most Beautiful List that generated controversy and was even featured on HBO's “Veep”  —  After nearly 15 years, The Hill is bidding a beautiful bye-bye to its annual 50 Most Beautiful list.
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
Ad-blocking browser Brave and Dow Jones partner to give free access to Barrons.com or a premium newsletter and to test blockchain-based tech to pay publishers  —  It looks like at least one major news publisher is on-board with Brave, the ad-blocking web browser founded by former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich.
Discussion: Basic Attention Token and CNET
CNNMoney:
Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes testifies in antitrust trial that his company needs to merge with AT&T to better compete for ads with Google, Facebook, and Amazon  —  Why the AT&T-Time Warner trial matters  —  Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes made the case for his company to be acquired by AT&T …
Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed:
Analysis of ~87K articles about Facebook from USA Today, NYT, Guardian, and BuzzFeed from 2006-2018 shows coverage turned mostly negative after 2016 election  —  Mark Zuckerberg waits for a joint hearing of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee and Senate Judiciary Committee, April 10, 2018.
 
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Bryan Curtis / The Ringer:
A look at The Denver Post's gilded age of sports coverage in the 1980s, as longtime columnists and reporters mourn its decline and some defect to The Athletic
Claire L. Evans / New York Magazine:
Profile of Jaime Levy, the cyber punk publishing pioneer who created two of the most popular magazines of the 1990s, Cyber Rag and Electronic Hollywood
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