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10:05 PM ET, September 30, 2014

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Andrew Jacobs / New York Times:
Chinese Web Censors Struggle With Hong Kong Protest  —  BEIJING — Can Chinese censors vanquish the umbrella?  —  As protesters in Hong Kong continue to defy authorities with their demands for greater democracy, mainland China's politically minded web users have been trying to outmaneuver …
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Paul Sonne / Wall Street Journal:
Russian State Media Portray Hong Kong Protests as U.S. Plot  —  Echoing Kremlin Line on Protests in Moscow and Kiev, State TV Sees U.S. Hand in Pro-Democracy Movement  —  MOSCOW—Russian state news outlets have begun airing reports casting the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong as a U.S.-organized plot …
Discussion: New York Magazine and Guardian
Rem Rieder / USA Today:
Founder of “Syria Deeply” Lara Setrakian plans to launch “Ebola Deeply” in October  —  Rieder: A new website totally focused on Ebola  —  Lara Setrakian, the impresario behind the deeply immersive and critically acclaimed website Syria Deeply, is about to take the same approach to Ebola.
Ernst-Jan Pfauth / Medium:
Out of De Correspondent's nearly 19K backers, 11K renewed their subscription after a year  —  Here's what happened to that world-record in journalism crowdfunding  —  In November 2013, GigaOm's Mathew Ingram reported on the Dutch journalism crowdfunding campaign which led to the founding of our publication, De Correspondent:
Discussion: Nieman Lab, @davidbauer and @kevglobal
Pamela McClintock / Hollywood Reporter:
Regal, Cinemark Slam Imax, Weinstein Co. for ‘Crouching Tiger 2’ Netflix Deal  —  “We will not participate in an experiment where you can see the same product on screens varying from three stories tall to 3-inches wide on a smart phone”  —  Regal, the country's largest theater chain …
Amy Schatz / Re/code:
Internet Companies Take Aim at Wireless Net Neutrality As Debate Rages On  —  Google, Facebook and other large Internet companies are ramping up a lobbying campaign to ensure federal regulators cover wireless networks in its new net neutrality rules.  —  The Internet Association …
Discussion: The Hill
Matt Burns / TechCrunch:
Popcorn Time app for streaming video torrents arrives for jailbroken iPhones and iPads  —  Popcorn Time Finally Comes To iOS  —  Popcorn Time, the so-called Netflix for pirates, is now on iOS.  It's never been easier to watch pirated movies and TV shows on the iPhone or Android device.
Alexei Oreskovic / Reuters:
Google searches for right note in online music business  —  (Reuters) - Google Inc is planning new and revamped streaming-music services in coming weeks, searching for a way to stand out in an increasingly crowded field of rivals from Apple Inc and Amazon.com Inc to Spotify.
Lene Bech Sillesen / Columbia Journalism Review:
Good news is good business, but not a cure-all for journalism  —  Positive news sites are presented as the answer to news fatigue, but solutions journalism practitioners disagree  —  Most news consumers probably know that the news these days is mostly dire, and that the act of staying informed …
Discussion: @rasmus_kleis and @cjr
Liz Gannes / Re/code:
Reddit raises $50M round led by Y Combinator president Sam Altman, investors plan to allocate 10% of the round's equity to Reddit users  —  Reddit Raises $50 Million, Plans to Share Stock With Community Members  —  Reddit, the Internet's favorite place to share links, has raised about $50 million in funding.
Nicole Levy / Capital New York:
Long-serving deputy Julia Turner takes the reins at Slate  —  “Continuity is the theme of editorial at Slate,” Gawker founder Nick Denton told Capital at a party feting the online magazine's new editor in chief, Julia Turner, on Tuesday night.  —  Turner said as much herself in a statement published …
Eriq Gardner / Hollywood Reporter:
Judge Modifies $48 Million Verdict Against ‘Manipulative’ MP3Tunes Founder  —  The new ruling comes after a trial in March against Michael Robertson  —  U.S. District Judge William Pauley, who since 2007 has presided over what might be the most complex copyright lawsuit of all time …
Discussion: Techdirt, Plagiarism Today and Reuters
Karin Matussek / Bloomberg:
Google Ordered to Change Handling of User Data in Germany  —  Google Inc. (GOOG) was ordered by a German regulator to limit how it combines user data that could be used to find out customers' personal preferences, including marital status or sexual orientation.
Discussion: Computerworld and Reuters
Phillip Swarts / Washington Times:
Homeland Security settles with Washington Times over reporter notes seizure … The Homeland Security Department has ordered a review of training for its Coast Guard criminal investigators as part of a broad legal settlement with The Washington Times over the improper seizure of a reporter's interview notes involving sources.
Discussion: Associated Press
 
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Brendan Sasso / National Journal:
FCC may treat some online video services like cable and satellite TV providers
Discussion: Multichannel News, Variety and Mashable
Jessica Davies / The Drum:
Publishers would be ‘fools’ to disregard wearables, says FT's CTO John O'Donovan as he discusses …
Dylan Byers / Politico:
Piers Morgan joins Daily Mail Online as Editor-at-Large for the US
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