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7:20 AM ET, July 5, 2018

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Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
Wikipedia redirects all of its Italian, Spanish, and Polish pages to a statement protesting July 5 EU Parliament initial vote on changes to copyright law  —  Wikipedia's Italian and Spanish language versions have temporarily shut off access to their respective versions of the free online encyclopedia …
Adrian Chen / New Yorker:
Profile of Paul Denino, an “IRL” streamer who goes by Ice Poseidon and streams most of his life on YouTube, often with serious consequences  —  When your job is to constantly share your life, even your worst moments are an opportunity to please your audience.
Spencer Turcotte / JSource:
Interview with Globe and Mail reporter Susan Krashinsky Robertson on her Globe Primer project, which adds in-line explainers to articles to provide context  —  The Globe and Mail is testing a new feature that could enhance readers' understanding of its online stories and the mechanics of its journalism.
Discussion: Nieman Lab
Lewis Wallace / Columbia Journalism Review:
Community organizing tactics help journalists know what's important to their intended audience, but striving for objectivity may prevent representative coverage  —  Image via Pexels.  —  Even in the age of Trump, and with trust in journalists at historic lows, much of the industry remains convinced …
Max Willens / Digiday:
Analysis of six publishers shows huge difference in Facebook ad presence: NYT has 72 active ads, BuzzFeed 82, Fox News 3, Business Insider 2,100+  —  Publishers don't like to talk about if — or how — they buy traffic.  But following transparency measures Facebook rolled out June 28 …
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Survey of 2,500 US adults: 27% said Netflix was what they watch most often on their TVs, followed by 20% for basic cable, 18% for broadcast, and 11% for YouTube  —  Netflix has established a substantial foothold in the American living room — especially among millennials.
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
New California law requires all businesses, including newspapers, to clarify the terms of auto-renewal and make subscription cancellation possible online  —  Here's a script you're surely familiar with if you've ever tried to cancel a subscription to, well, anything:
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
With 15% of subscribers and higher growth rates coming from abroad, the NYT focuses on regional content, targeting gathered audiences, and translating stories  —  “What I'm trying to figure out is, what are the proxies for deeper engagement — what are the proxies for repeated use and habituation …
 
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Shadma Shaikh / FactorDaily:
Inside NewsDog, a Tencent-backed Chinese app aimed at entertainment, regional content, and money generating schemes, with 50M Indian users and ~200M DAUs total
Committee to Protect Journalists:
Russian Duma committee approves legislation that would label bloggers and journalists foreign agents if they work for organizations labeled as foreign agents
Kevin Roose / New York Times:
Under its new rules, Facebook reveals some details of the political ads about the SCOTUS nomination, but the money behind some groups buying ads remains opaque
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Jon Allsop / Columbia Journalism Review:
US press lacks the language to cover the left's different currents and dismisses its radical proposals while giving a hearing to outlandish ones on the right
Discussion: Shadowproof
Nikhil Pahwa / MediaNama:
A look at changes WhatsApp can make to curb misinformation after violence in India, including making messages private by default and forwarding only by consent