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7:35 PM ET, February 5, 2015

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Ruth Reader / VentureBeat:
Twitter beats Q4 revenue expectations with $479M, nets just 4M new monthly users  —  Twitter's users are still growing at a slow rate, but its revenue is booming.  —  Today, Twitter reported fourth quarter earnings for 2014, with revenue of $479 million on non-GAAP earnings per share (EPS) of $0.12.
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Sarah Frier / Bloomberg Business:
Twitter Reaches Deal to Show Tweets in Google Search Results
Tatiana Siegel / Hollywood Reporter:
In wake of hack, Sony Pictures Co-Chairman Amy Pascal to step down  —  Amy Pascal to Step Down From Top Sony Post  —  Amid the fallout of the ever-widening Sony hacking crisis, Amy Pascal will step down from her post as co-chairman, Sony Pictures Entertainment, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
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Pew Research Center:
Majority of investigative journalists believe the US has collected their phone, email, or online data  —  Investigative Journalists and Digital Security  —  Perceptions of Vulnerability and Changes in Behavior  —  About two-thirds of investigative journalists surveyed (64%) …
Matt Wilstein / Mediaite:
Pilot Tells Jake Tapper: Brian Williams Helicopter Did Take Fire  —  After speaking to CNN for an online article earlier in the day, helicopter pilot Rich Krell confirmed in an interview with The Lead's Jake Tapper Thursday afternoon that the chopper carrying Brian Williams in 2003 …
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Al Tompkins / Poynter:
The various versions of the RPG hit helicopter story as told by Brian Williams over 12 years
JeeYeon Park / CNBC:
Pandora plunges more than 20% after missing estimates with $268M in revenue  —  Pandora plunges nearly 20% on revenue miss  —  Pandora plunged sharply after the music streaming company on Thursday reported quarterly revenue that missed Wall Street expectations and weaker-than-expected sales outlook.
Discussion: Forbes, Business Wire, Mashable and GeekWire
Stacey Higginbotham / Gigaom:
FCC's vague general conduct rule against harming consumers could be a loophole  —  The FCC's net neutrality proposal is awesome, but has a loophole  —  Credit: Gigaom illustration adapted from Shutterstock  —  Credit: Gigaom illustration adapted from Shutterstock
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Michael Wolff / GQ:
A look at the candidates for Guardian top editor: Janine Gibson, Katharine Viner, Emily Bell, and Ian Katz  —  The poisoned chalice: who will succeed Alan Rusbridger?  —  Having transformed his paper from Fleet Street also-ran to international white knight (and money pit), Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger is stepping down.
Gregory Ferenstein / VentureBeat:
Wearable World incubator acquires tech blog ReadWrite  —  VentureBeat has learned that Say Media has sold the technology blog ReadWrite to Silicon Valley-based incubator Wearable World for an undisclosed amount.  —  We reached out to Wearable World CEO Redg Snodgrass, and he confirmed that our sources were correct.
Eva Holland / Longreads Blog:
How Ta-Nehisi Coates built the best comment section on the internet—and why it can't last.  —  Ta-Nehisi Coates started blogging for The Atlantic on August 4, 2008.  His first post was titled “Sullivan... McArdle... Fallows... Coates???” and it laid down his terms from the start: “My only rule, really, is simple,” he wrote.
The Verge:
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo takes personal responsibility for company's troll problem, vows stronger action against harrassment  —  Twitter CEO: ‘We suck at dealing with abuse’  —  Dick Costolo says trolls are costing Twitter users  —  Twitter CEO Dick Costolo is taking personal responsibility …
 
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Seb Joseph / The Drum:
Bauer centralises digital business to create single customer view for advertisers
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Anya George Tharakan / Reuters:
News Corp hits revenue of $2.28B on strength of book publishing, digital real estate services
Discussion: News Corp
Alec Luhn / Guardian:
Moscow Times forced offline by hackers after being criticized by pro-Kremlin commenters for being anti-Putin
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BBC:
UK police will need a judge's permission to access journalists' phone and email records
Catherine Stupp / Columbia Journalism Review:
How reporters are experiencing censorship on social media
Carter Maness / The Awl:
Despite assumption that everything stays online forever a music freelancer finds 2,000 posts have vanished
Discussion: Guardian
New York Magazine:
Being a Political Cartoonist in Egypt Has Always Been Hard.  It's Even Harder After the Charlie Hebdo Attacks.