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9:35 PM ET, May 23, 2019

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Washington Post:
US prosecutors charge Julian Assange with violating the Espionage Act in an indictment that says he “repeatedly encouraged” sources to steal government secrets  —  Federal prosecutors on Thursday accused WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of violating the Espionage Act …
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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
After both Trump and Obama ramped up charges against whistleblowers, it's time to fix the Espionage Act to protect those who leak public interest information  —  It has been almost 102 years since the Espionage Act was signed into law by Woodrow Wilson.  Initially conceived as a means by which to …
Benjamin Goggin / Business Insider:
GateHouse Media cuts jobs for the second time in 2019; CEO of its parent company says the changes could affect about 200 people and are a small restructuring  —  - The local-newspaper giant GateHouse Media is laying off journalists across the US, multiple sources told Business Insider.
Marc Tracy / New York Times:
Jay Fielden is out as Esquire editor in chief after three years as part of a reshuffling under Hearst Magazine President Troy Young  —  Jay Fielden is leaving his position as Esquire's editor in chief, a job he held three years, he and Hearst Magazines announced Thursday.
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Drew Harwell / Washington Post:
A distorted video of Speaker Pelosi, in which her speech is made to appear slurred, has 2M+ views on Facebook; YouTube says it has removed uploads of the video  —  Distorted videos of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), altered to make her sound as if she's drunkenly slurring her words …
Craig Silverman / BuzzFeed News:
As Twitter tests an increased ad load, users report a higher number of spammy or malicious promoted tweets  —  Twitter is running a test that has increased the number of promoted tweets showing up in people's timelines — and it has resulted in a range of user complaints about their new prevalence …
Columbia Journalism Review:
A newly released report on DOJ's subpoena of AP phone records in 2013 shows that DOJ also considered subpoenaing phone records of WaPo, NYT, and ABC  —  With its latest leak indictment last week, the Department of Justice under Donald Trump is now on pace to break the previous record …
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
Rotten Tomatoes says it will now calculate the Audience Score using only ratings or reviews from users whose ticket purchase has been verified through Fandango  —  Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes is taking additional steps to confirm that audience members actually see a movie before leaving a rating or review.
Wall Street Journal:
Facebook says it won't pay commissions to employees who sell political ads; source: Zuckerberg decided to keep selling political ads after an internal debate  —  Company leaders considered dropping such ads, which are now viewed as a headache  —  Facebook Inc. said it stopped paying commissions …
Peter Kafka / Vox:
Q&A with Neal Mohan, YouTube's chief product officer, about how the service deals with objectionable content, YouTube remaining an open platform, and more  —  A Q&A with Neal Mohan, YouTube's chief product officer.  —  YouTube, the world's largest video site, has 2 billion users.
Max Willens / Digiday:
Condé Nast announces Prime Web, a new ad program that offers video and interactive ad units across its portfolio using Spire, requires a minimum spend of $20K  —  Condé Nast has long boasted that advertisers that use Spire, the publisher's data and ad targeting platform, get better bang for their buck.
 
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Victoria Song / Gizmodo:
Judge rules that a Redditor who is not a US resident can stay anonymous in a copyright case, says First Amendment applies for users of US-based companies
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Alex Crawford / Sky News:
Sky News correspondent Alex Crawford describes how her five-person crew was deliberately targeted and attacked by Syrian regime forces in Idlib province
Michael McGowan / The Guardian:
Actor Geoffrey Rush awarded A$2.9M in damages from the News Corp Australia's Daily Telegraph, the largest defamation payout to a single person in Australia
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Jim Waterson / The Guardian:
Restrictions on political coverage during voting places UK broadcasters in a precarious legal situation as they cover cabinet resignations during EU elections
Discussion: @martinbelam
Julia Alexander / The Verge:
YouTube announces that it will round down real-time subscriber counts starting August, and exact subscriber counts will no longer be displayed
Donie O'Sullivan / CNN:
Ev Williams says Fox News is more powerful and destructive than Twitter and the posting of false claims is part of the tradeoff of an open platform like Medium
Natasha Lomas / TechCrunch:
Avaaz study finds extensive far-right disinformation networks on Facebook ahead of EU elections; Facebook says it removed 77 Pages and 230 accounts in response
Evan Sernoffsky / San Francisco Chronicle:
Under fire for raid on Bryan Carmody's home, SF's Police Chief claims Carmody took part in a criminal conspiracy to steal an internal police report
James Walker / Press Gazette:
Brexit Party says ban on Channel 4 reporters has been lifted; Channel 4 News denies claims reporters “repeatedly lied” to gain access to a secure area at rally