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8:15 AM ET, February 3, 2015

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Steve Lohr / New York Times:
In Net Neutrality Push, F.C.C. Is Expected to Propose Regulating the Internet as a Utility  —  The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission this week is widely expected to propose regulating Internet service like a public utility, a move certain to unleash another round of intense debate …
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Mario Trujillo / The Hill:
FCC denies GOP request for early release of web rules  —  The Federal Communications Commission will not publicly release Internet regulations before they are voted on later this month.  —  Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler on Monday formally denied a request …
Discussion: Vox
BBC:
Al-Jazeera journalist Mohamed Fahmy gives up Egypt citizenship  —  Mohamed Fahmy, one of two al-Jazeera journalists still held in Egypt, has renounced his Egyptian citizenship to secure his release, his family say.  —  Mr Fahmy's brother said the journalist, who is also Canadian, was told to give up his nationality or his freedom.
Discussion: @sultanalqassemi
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Don Reisinger / CNET:
Facebook, Twitter report records for Super Bowl posts  —  Both social networks say Sunday's football spectacle was the most discussed/tweeted Super Bowl in their histories.  —  Super Bowl 49, pitting the Seattle Seahawks against the New England Patriots, was a nail-biter on the field …
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Claudia Koerner / BuzzFeed:
Super Bowl XLIX was the most watched US TV show ever with 114.4M viewers
Guardian:
News Corp won't be prosecuted in US in relation to phone hacking  —  News Corp has been notified it will not face charges in the US in relation to phone hacking and payments to public officials by US authorities  —  Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation will not face any charges in the US …
Michael Sebastian / AdAge:
Vogue Wins Magazine of the Year at National Magazine Awards  —  See the Full List of Titles That Walked Away With Ellies  —  How to Make Credible Green Marketing Claims  —  Vogue was named magazine of the year at the annual National Magazine Awards ceremony on Monday night …
Ken Doctor / Capital New York:
The New York Times continues its search for a digital chief, announcement not expected soon  —  Times digital chief search hits a bump  —  On The New York Times Company's annual earnings conference call tomorrow, expect few surprises: 2014's four quarters won't be markedly different from 2013's …
Mario Trujillo / The Hill:
Comptel, others launch campaign against Comcast merger  —  A group of trade organizations are teaming up to lobby against the proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger.  —  Comptel, NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association, and the Independent Telephone and Telecommunications Alliance are launching the …
Discussion: Multichannel News and Gigaom
Brian Ries / Mashable:
How the White House found a publishing ally in Medium  —  The White House published President Obama's 2016 fiscal budget on Monday using a medium that's become increasingly popular among its advisors: Medium, the three-year old self-publishing platform.  —  In the past three months …
Mathew Ingram / Gigaom:
Ben Thompson's one-man blog Stratechery now has 2K+ subscribers, $200K annual revenue run-rate  —  Ben Thompson: The one-man blog isn't dead, it's better than ever  —  Credit: Shutterstock / Bartek Zyczynski  —  Credit: Shutterstock / Bartek Zyczynski  —  Not surprisingly …
Discussion: stratechery, Mother Jones and @gigaom
Nilay Patel / The Verge:
Yes, The Verge's $700 Super Bowl ad was a marketing stunt, and it worked  —  We ran a Super Bowl ad... in Helena, Montana  —  So here's what happened.  —  I was at the airport waiting for my flight home from CES — exhausted, sick, and not a little partied out from a week in Vegas.
Discussion: @verge, @codytoshiro, @karf0 and @jonathan_h, Thanks:@ianchaffee
Ravi Somaiya / New York Times:
After Turmoil, The New Republic Re-emerges on Newsstands  —  The New Republic is a small magazine that set off a big commotion.  —  Late last year the magazine's owner, Chris Hughes, decided to replace Franklin Foer, a former top editor whom Mr. Hughes had lured back to run the magazine in 2012.
 
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Ilya Khrennikov / Bloomberg Business:
Spotify cancels Russian launch because of economic crisis, political situation, and new laws restricting Internet
Discussion: TASS and The Independent
Ewen MacAskill / Guardian:
British army creates team of Facebook warriors
Discussion: Ubergizmo
Carol Morello / Washington Post:
Hard-line judge reportedly assigned case of Post reporter Jason Rezaian, jailed in Iran
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