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10:15 AM ET, October 10, 2015


 Top News: 
Kurt Wagner / Re/code:
Twitter Is Planning Company-Wide Layoffs for Next Week  —  Kimberly White / Getty Images Entertainment  —  Jack Dorsey was named permanent CEO of Twitter on Monday, and a big reason he got the job was that as a co-founder, Dorsey isn't afraid to make the tough, necessary decisions.
Peter Sterne / Politico:
As Gawker traffic stalls, writers told to work faster  —  “Traffic is flat,” Gawker Media's acting executive editor John Cook wrote in a memo to staff on Wednesday.  “In prior iterations of this organization, that fact would have served as evidence of an abject editorial failure.”
Deron Lee / Columbia Journalism Review:
Former Roanoke Times editorial writer Chris Trejbal's Opinion in a Pinch offers newspapers custom editorials for $150-$200  —  Meet the Oregon man who might be writing editorials for your local paper  —  Last month, an unusual disclaimer began popping up below select editorials in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Discussion: @cjr
Steven Perlberg / Wall Street Journal:
Dow Jones discloses customer data breach, says financial data of 3,500 people compromised  —  Dow Jones Discloses Customer Data Breach  —  Wall Street Journal owner says financial data from 3,500 individuals may have been accessed  —  Dow Jones & Co. disclosed that hackers …
Wall Street Journal:
Yahoo Bans Employees from Paid Fantasy-Sports Sites  —  Fantasy-site purveyors have faced scrutiny over how much internal data employees can access  —  Yahoo Inc. is banning employees from playing in paid fantasy-sports contests, following similar moves by the two biggest daily fantasy-sports sites in the U.S.
Discussion: Fortune and Forbes
Oliver Wright / The Independent:
FoI: Commission reviewing what public has right to know bans journalists from fully reporting its first briefing  —  The Kafkaesque briefing comes from a body which the Government claims is impartial and cross party  —  A controversial commission set up to review what the public has a right …
Yuras Karmanau / Associated Press:
Journalists working in Belarus for Poland's Belsat TV and other independent news orgs face pressure as government tightens control ahead of Sunday's election  —  Belarus independent journalists targeted ahead of election  —  MINSK, Belarus (AP) — A secret apartment in an old Minsk building …
Discussion: Index on Censorship and Guardian
Barton Gellman / The Century Foundation:
Purdue University deletes video of keynote speech about national security journalism because it included classified documents related to Snowden leaks  —  Scholarship, Security, and ‘Spillage’ on Campus  —  This is an adventure in classified speech at an academic conference.
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