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3:15 PM ET, January 14, 2013

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Joshua Topolsky / The Verge:
Exclusive: CBS forced CNET staff to recast vote after Hopper won ‘Best in Show’ at CES  —  The Dish Network's Hopper wasn't simply in the running: it had actually taken the top prize  —  On Friday, news broke that CNET had been forced by its parent company CBS to remove the Dish Network's Hopper set-top box …
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John Biggs / TechCrunch:
What's Next For CNET After The Dish Debacle?  —  Hardware journalism - the process of writing reviews, news, and opinion about gadgets - is a dark art.  Early on - very early on - you have to sell your objectivity in order to gain access, and once you have access the manufacturers …
Discussion: Talking Biz News
Lindsey Turrentine / CNET:
The 2013 Best of CES Awards: CNET's story  —  The true story of what happened before last week's Best of CES Awards unveiling  —  Last week, about 40 members of the CNET editorial staff met in the CNET trailer in the parking lot of the Las Vegas Convention Center to vote on our official Best of CES winner.
David Carr / New York Times:
Guns, Maps and Data That Disturbs  —  Should data have a conscience?  —  As a journalist, I am trained as an absolutist in matters of open data.  Public records should be just that, public, and as agents of transparency, news media outlets should help cast sunlight on those records.
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Erik Wemple / Washington Post:   ‘No pattern’ of crime related to Journal News maps, says police official
Brendan Sasso / Hillicon Valley:
Justice Department drops charges against Internet activist Swartz  —  The Justice Department dropped its charges against Internet activist Aaron Swartz on Monday, citing his death.  —  Swartz, who was facing computer hacking charges, hanged himself in his Brooklyn apartment on Friday.  He was 26.
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Wall Street Journal:
Legal Case Strained Troubled Web Activist  —  Just days before he hanged himself, Internet activist Aaron Swartz's hopes for a deal with federal prosecutors fell apart.  —  Two years ago, the advocate for free information online, who was known to have suffered from depression …
Discussion: Guardian, The Huffington Post and TIME
Mike Isaac / AllThingsD:
MIT Responds to Death of Activist Aaron Swartz, Begins Internal Investigation
Rachel McAthy / Journalism.co.uk:
New York Times to launch electronic corrections form  —  The New York Times website is to launch a new electronic corrections submissions form, to try and improve the reader's ability to report an error.  Speaking to Journalism.co.uk for a podcast on best practice in online corrections …
Buzz Bissinger / The Daily Beast:
I Was Deluded to Believe Lance Armstrong When He Denied Doping  —  Buzz Bissinger says he relied on a manipulative liar who insisted he didn't win his cycling championships through doping.  A Pulitzer Prize winner's mea culpa.  —  “I Still Believe in Lance Armstrong.”
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Isaac Rauch / Deadspin:
The Sunday Times Put An Ad In The Chicago Tribune About What Questions Lance Armstrong Should Answer On Oprah
Kara Bloomgarden-Smoke / The New York Observer:
Joyce Wadler Takes NY Times Buyout  —  Joyce Wadler, the original bold-faced name columnist, has decided to take a buyout, a source tells us.  The announcement was included in a longer email to Times staff, noting that Ms. Wadler would leave the Times to pursue her passion: humor writing.
Discussion: FishbowlNY and Politico
Julie Moos / Poynter:
3 journalists get Golden Globe shout-outs  —  During Sunday night's Golden Globe awards, journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann received thanks from Jay Roach, whose HBO adaptation of their book “Game Change” won best miniseries/TV movie.  Halperin and Heilemann are working on a sequel …
Brian Stelter / Media Decoder:
Robin Roberts Plans February Return to ‘Good Morning America’  —  Robin Roberts, the “Good Morning America” host who signed off the show last August to receive treatment for a life-threatening bone marrow disorder, says she intends to return to work in February.
Drew Olanoff / TechCrunch:
Netflix Signs Multi-Year Licensing Agreement With Turner Broadcasting And Warner Bros. Television  —  Netflix isn't all about movies, as you know.  The company has been adding more television to its on-demand service and today announced multiyear licensing agreements with both Turner Broadcasting and Warner Bros. Television Group.
 
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