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1:10 PM ET, April 3, 2015


 Top News: 
Jared Malsin / Columbia Journalism Review:
Seymour Hersh on My Lai and the state of investigative journalism  —  In 1968, a group of American soldiers massacred more than 500 unarmed Vietnamese civilians in a village known in the Army as “Pinkville.”  The following year, a young American reporter exposed the massacre in what became …
Adam Epstein / Quartz:
The FCC is considering regulation to treat internet TV services more like traditional pay ones  —  The really important policy affecting the future of TV that no one is talking about  —  The future of television in the United States may hinge, oddly enough, on the government's interpretation of an 80-year-old law.
Joe Pompeo / Capital New York:
The New York Times is planning to offer its NYT Now app for free within weeks, currently costs $8 per month  —  Times plans to make NYT Now mobile app free  —  The New York Times is expected to announce in the coming weeks that its NYT Now mobile app will become a free product with a number …
Carrie Battan / New York Magazine:
Ellis Jones, Vice magazine's first female EIC, on gender, print, and the magazine's reputation  —  Is Vice Getting Nice?  —  When Ellis Jones was named editor-in-chief of Vice magazine in February, she received a flood of emails from aspiring contributors who opened their pitches with a crucial error.
Andy / TorrentFreak:
EMI granted summary judgement in Grooveshark copyright case, forcing proactive anti-piracy policy  —  Grooveshark Publishes Proactive Anti-Piracy Policy  —  Throughout Grooveshark's history the company has come to rely on the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Discussion: Billboard and hypebot
Peggy McGlone / Washington Post:
Government report finds Library of Congress lacking in digital technology and central management  —  America's ‘national library’ is lacking in leadership, yet another report finds  —  The federal government's watchdog agency released a critical report Tuesday on the Library …
Agence France-Presse:
Paris supermarket hostages sue French media for revealing their location during live coverage of the siege  —  Paris supermarket hostages sue media over live coverage  —  Paris (AFP) - Six people who hid in a supermarket refrigerator during January's Islamist attacks in Paris have sued French media …
Emily Heil / Washington Post:
Comedy site Funny or Die to open D.C. office, hires former White House staffer  —  This is not a joke: The comedy Web site responsible for getting President Obama between two ferns is opening a Washington outpost.  —  Funny or Die's new D.C. office will be helmed by Brad Jenkins …
Discussion: The Wrap and Variety
Joe Mullin / Ars Technica:
Hulu beats lawsuit claiming it illegally shared user data with Facebook  —  The “Like” button collects data, but there's no master list of videos watched.  —  Online video provider Hulu has decisively won a lawsuit claiming it violated the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) …
Tim Cushing / Techdirt:
NYPD Claims It Can't Find ‘Widely-Circulated’ Memo That Cut Off Press Access To Precinct Crime Blotters  —  MuckRock is again reporting on a mysteriously missing document — one that was previously acknowledged to exist but come public records request time, simply can't be found.
Michelle Castillo / Adweek:
AOL to host Fox Sports' game highlights and shows online  —  Fox Sports Strikes a Digital Deal With AOL  —  Further expanding its sports coverage, AOL today unveiled a multi-year video content partnership with Fox Sports.  —  The new deal includes original Fox Sports digital properties …
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Joe Mullin / Ars Technica:
9th Circuit rules Netflix isn't subject to disability law
Discussion: The Hill and @ryanmerkley
Andrew Hampp / Billboard:
Sprint Denies Investment In Jay Z's Tidal As Aspiro Delists From Nasdaq Stockholm
Discussion: New York Post and USA Today
Cassie Werber / Quartz:
In the UK, televised pre-election debates are a strange new phenomenon
Discussion: BBC, Reuters and Mashable
Patrick Smith / BuzzFeed:
The Times Censored Its Own Report Of A Terrorism Trial
Discussion: @dlepeska
Stuart Dredge / Guardian:
BBC and BitTorrent partner to offer 10-episode Doctor Who bundle for $12
 Earlier Picks: 
Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab:
The Economist's Tom Standage on digital strategy and the limits of a model based on advertising
Rick Gladstone / New York Times:
Bild and Paris Match claim to have seen Germanwings crash video, but won't share or explain its provenance, raising ethical questions
Financial Times:
European regulators scrutinise Apple over music streaming plans
Lara O'Reilly / Business Insider:
The Daily Telegraph's editor in chief Jason Seiken has quit