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10:05 AM ET, July 4, 2014

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Google reverses decision, restores several links to Guardian stories after publisher protests  —  Google reverses decision to delete British newspaper links  —  (Reuters) - Google Inc GOOGL.O GOOG.O on Thursday reversed its decision to remove several links to stories in Britain's Guardian newspaper …
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Jodie Ginsberg / Index on Censorship:
Right to be forgotten: A poor ruling, clumsily implemented  —  When Europe's highest court ruled in May that individuals had a ‘right to be forgotten’ many were quick to hail this as a victory for privacy.  ‘Private’ individuals would now be able to ask search engines to remove links …
Discussion: BBC News, Guardian, Wired and The Next Web
Mathew Ingram / Gigaom:
The EU's “right to be forgotten” is a bad idea, and Google is handling it exactly the right way  —  This week, Google has begun notifying British media outlets that some of their news articles may not be available to UK audiences as a result of a European Union court decision enshrining the …
Lauren Tara Lacapra / Reuters:
Ex-Merrill CEO says he has ‘no knowledge’ of Google search wipe
Discussion: Marketing Land
Lisa O'Carroll / Guardian:
Andy Coulson jailed for 18 months for conspiracy to hack phones  —  Sentencing of former News of the World executives over phone hacking shows no one is above the law, says David Cameron  —  The disgraced former No 10 spin doctor Andy Coulson has been jailed for 18 months for plotting …
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Mr Justice Saunders' phone-hacking trial sentencing remarks in full  —  Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson was jailed today alongside two former colleagues for his involvement in phone-hacking.  —  Coulson received an 18-month prison term, former chief reporter Neville Thurlbeck …
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Music Streaming Eats Downloads With On-Demand Up 42% Over 2013, Digital Sales Down 12%  —  Nielsen's U.S. music report on the first half of 2014 shows digital music consumption rapidly shifting from downloads to streaming.  On-demand streaming was up 42% over the first half of 2013, racking up 70 billion play in the first half of 2014.
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Randy Lewis / Los Angeles Times:
Music streaming up, sales down in first half of 2014 — SoundScan
Discussion: Variety
Ricardo Bilton / Digiday:
How The Weather Channel hunts for innovation  —  The Weather Channel has found an unlikely new application for its weather data — fitness.  —  OutSider, the company's new “biometeorological” app, lets runners measure and track how the weather affects their outdoor workouts …
Leila Fadel / Columbia Journalism Review:
Why women are leading coverage of the war-torn Middle East  —  Why women are leading coverage of the war-torn Middle East  —  (Staff Sgt. Mark Fayloga / Marine Corps)  —  Liz Sly, the Beirut bureau chief of The Washington Post, was sitting in the lobby of a Damascus hotel a couple of years ago …
Lawrence J. Aragon / PE Hub Blog:
Investors show little interest in Glenn Beck's The Blaze  —  Fundraising is going slowly for The Blaze, a news and opinion website founded by conservative TV personality Glenn Beck.  —  The company said in an SEC filing today that it has raised just $6.4 million of a planned $40 million since …
Discussion: @pkedrosky
John McCarthy / The Drum:
Virtual Local Radio scheme launches with BBC Radio Northampton  —  The BBC is attempting to reduce costs with the Virtual Local Radio (ViLoR) scheme which will see audio stored and streamed from a centralised location, starting with BBC Radio Northampton.  —  Editorial teams will still …
Patrick Frater / Variety:
Netflix Seems Headed for Australia, But Company Won't Say When  —  Content availability, piracy, and other priorities may be delaying the ‘Down Under’ debut  —  HONG KONG — It doesn't quite have the pop culture ring of “I Want My MTV,” but plenty of Australians are clamouring for Netflix to launch ‘Down Under.’
Discussion: afr.com, CNET and ZDNet
Dan Pearson / GamesIndustry International:
Twitch, the social video site for gamers, grows to 45 million unique viewers per month, 1 million broadcasters, 106 minutes watched per day by average user  —  Twitch - 1 million channels and rising  —  The Big Event: E3  —  “We had to prove that this is more than just watching people, that it's really about engagement”
 
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