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12:20 AM ET, December 24, 2018

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Agence France-Press:
Der Spiegel to file criminal complaint against Claas Relotius after it emerged the reporter may have embezzled donations for subjects of one of his articles  —  Bookmark  —  BERLIN: Influential German news weekly Der Spiegel said Sunday (Dec 23) it would file a criminal complaint …
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Agence France-Press:
Der Spiegel plans a special 23-page section on how award-winning reporter Claas Relotius got away with inventing sources and stories
Deepa Seetharaman / Wall Street Journal:
A look at Joel Kaplan's growing sway at Facebook as he pushed against News Feed changes designed to reduce polarization, promoted The Daily Caller partnership  —  Joel Kaplan, a former White House aide to a Republican president, has emerged as Facebook's protector against allegations of political bias …
Glenn Fleishman / Smithsonian:
On January 1, copyrighted works from 1923 will enter the public domain, 21 years after the last mass expiration of copyright in the US, which predated Google  —  A beloved Robert Frost poem is among the many creations that are (finally) losing their protections in 2019  —  “Whose woods these are, I think I”—whoa!
Zoe Sullivan / Columbia Journalism Review:
A look at the threats facing Brazil's media: more violence against journalists, an at-times hostile president-elect, accelerating digital disruption, and more  —  The day after he captured Brazil's presidency in a run-off, Jair Bolsonaro spoke with Globo News, Brazil's largest television network.
Sophie Nicholson / Poynter:
In a year, Agence France Presse went from having one staffer on its fact-checking team to employing 20+ globally  —  In the above image, an unidentified woman takes a phone call at the headquarters of French news agency Agence France Presse (AFP), in Paris Thursday, Sept. 18, 2003.
Discussion: @poynter and @sohnic
Will Oremus / Slate:
Facebook has forfeited our trust to the point that we see nefarious motives in any misstep, as some overblown reactions to Spotify and Netflix integrations show  —  Facebook may or may not have lost its handle on our data.  But it has definitely lost its handle on the public narrative—and the benefit of the doubt.
John Saroff / Nieman Lab:
As media outlets turn to subscribers for revenue, satisfying them will make it hard to challenge their views, forcing publishers to adopt consistent viewpoints  —  This pivot is real.  In 2018 countless creators, ranging from market leaders like The New York Times and Fox News …
Alexandra Bruell / Wall Street Journal:
Association of National Advertisers urges FTC to push for a federal law on data use for ads to pre-empt state laws that could be non-uniform and confusing  —  ANA proposes new guidelines for data privacy legislation, enforced by the FTC, to avoid state-run regulation
Mark Mulligan / MIDiA Research:
Midia Research estimates that music industry revenue grew about 8% in 2018, down slightly from 2017's growth rate of 9%, and streaming revenue will rise 29%  —  With less than two weeks of 2018 left, the die is largely cast for the year, but we'll have to wait at least a couple more months …
Washington Post:
Deep dive into why Saudis murdered Jamal Khashoggi, a moderate and patriot dissident journalist of Saudi Arabia, after failing to woo him back with promises  —  Jamal Khashoggi had been in the United States for only a few months when the forces he had fled in Saudi Arabia made clear that he would never fully escape.
 
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Kaitlin Thaney / Wikimedia Foundation:
Wikimedia says Facebook, which uses Wikipedia content to provide information on article sources in the News Feed, has donated $1M to the Wikimedia Endowment
Discussion: VentureBeat and MediaNama
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