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10:20 AM ET, July 11, 2014

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Jack Gillum / Associated Press:
US knew in advance of British plans to destroy Guardian hard drives containing NSA documents  —  US given heads up about newspaper data destruction  —  WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration knew in advance that the British government would oversee destruction of a newspaper's hard …
Discussion: RT, Guardian, @jackgillum and @janinegibson
David Drummond / Guardian:
Google's top lawyer describes challenges in implementing EU's Right To Be Forgotten, urges public debate  —  We need to talk about the right to be forgotten  —  After the European court ruling, we at Google want to encourage debate on where the public interest lies in restricting web searches
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James Ball / Guardian:
Google admits to errors over Guardian ‘right to be forgotten’ link deletions  —  David Drummond, chief legal officer of internet search firm, says adjusting to EU rule on removing content is ‘work in progress’  —  Google has acknowledged that it “incorrectly” removed links to several Guardian articles …
Discussion: Engadget and Search Engine Land
Robert Mackey / New York Times:
Rumor and Leaks Fill a Void as Israel Silences Press Over Killings  —  Israeli intelligence officials used gag orders in recent weeks to stifle reporting on the initial investigations into both the abduction and the killing of three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank, and the apparent revenge killing …
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Committee to Protect Journalists:
Israeli airstrike destroys press car, killing Palestinian media worker  —  The Committee to Protect Journalists condemns the Israel Defense Forces' airstrike on a car clearly marked as a press vehicle in Gaza City on Wednesday.  The airstrike killed Hamid Shihab, a driver …
Sam Schechner / Wall Street Journal:
Amazon ends all book discounts in France, charges penny for shipping books to sidestep law  —  Amazon Shelves French Book Discounts  —  U.S. Online Retailer Bows to French Law Protecting Local Bookstores  —  PARIS— Amazon.com Inc. ended all book discounts in France on Thursday …
Discussion: Engadget, France 24 and The Local
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Ben Sisario / New York Times:
Sony Threatens to Bypass Licensers in Royalties Battle  —  A month after the Justice Department said it would review the decades-old regulatory agreements governing the music licensing agencies Ascap and BMI, the world's biggest song publisher has threatened to end its relationship with those groups if the changes it wants are not made.
Patrick Kingsley / Guardian:
In Egypt, watching the World Cup means choosing from two politically controversial networks  —  Egyptian fans must choose Hebrew or Arab channel to watch World Cup final  —  Ultra-nationalists face difficult choice between ‘enemy’ networks but most people seem only to care about not missing the game
Janko Roettgers / Gigaom:
Chromecast and Roku sold an estimated 3.8M units each in 2013 in US, compared to 2M Apple TVs  —  Roku and Chromecast go head-to-head in streaming race, Apple TV falling behind  —  Roku and Chromecast were the two most successful streaming devices sold in the U.S. in 2013 …
Discussion: BGR, Electronista, MacRumors and 9to5Mac
Cory Doctorow / Guardian:
What Canada's national public broadcaster could learn from the BBC  —  The beleaguered CBC could do worse than look to the BBC's now-shelved plans for a publicly funded online archive of the nation's collective cultural memory  —  The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) …
Discussion: @jonathan_pinto
Matthew Panzarino / TechCrunch:
World Cup shows Twitter's unique strength: dominance in real-time sports news and commentary  —  Twitterball  —  In the old days of Twitter — at least ‘old’ by Silicon Valley 2.0 standards, which is anything over five years — you could count on a couple of things.
Discussion: @sporttechie and @kevindeshazo
Alan D. Mutter / Editor and Publisher:
Newsosaur: Newspapers Can't Merely Dabble at Digital  —  The New York Times wrote the story in 1853 about how Solomon Northup was kidnapped and sold into slavery, but Gawker got most of the page views by publicizing the archived article when “12 Years a Slave” won the Oscar for best picture in 2014.
Richard Sandomir / New York Times:
Sultry Univision Ads Help Steer Women From Soaps to Soccer  —  In the months before the World Cup, Univision began to unveil its plan to reach female viewers, many of whom are devoted to its daytime talk shows and telenovelas.  —  The primary weapon for Univision, a Spanish-language media giant …
 
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