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12:55 AM ET, October 11, 2015

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New York Times:
Source: Apple disables Apple News in China, likely to avoid requirement to censor content  —  Apple Is Said to Deactivate Its News App in China  —  HONG KONG — Apple has disabled its news app in China, according to a person with direct knowledge of the situation, the most recent sign …
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.
Lizzie Dearden / The Independent:
Turkey temporarily bans media coverage of terrorist attack in Ankara; Twitter and Facebook reportedly inaccessible  —  Ankara terror attack: Turkey censors media coverage of bombings as Twitter and Facebook ‘blocked’  —  The government has issued a ban on broadcasting footage of the blast at a peace rally
Michael Calderone / The Huffington Post:
By end of 2015, McClatchy expected to scale back national coverage and close its five foreign bureaus in Beijing, Mexico City, Istanbul, Berlin, and Irbil, Iraq  —  McClatchy Expected To Close Foreign Bureaus By End Of Year  —  “We're shutting off an important source of news and analysis …
David Kravets / Ars Technica:
Leaked Trans-Pacific Partnership accord mimics US on copyright term: life plus 70 years  —  Trans-Pacific Partnership accord's copyright details leaked  —  As suspected, Pacific Rim trade deal mimics US on copyright term: life plus 70 years.  —  A day after 11 Pacific Rim nations …
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
Laura Hazard Owen / Nieman Lab:
Three New Jersey newsrooms start using Hearken, a platform that lets audiences choose reporting topics  —  Should newsrooms go straight to their readers to decide what to report on next?  That's the idea behind Hearken.  The platform was founded by Jennifer Brandel as an expansion of WBEZ's Curious City …
Discussion: Poynter and The Local News Lab
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.”
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 …
 
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Yahoo Bans Employees from Paid Fantasy-Sports Sites
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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
Discussion: Index on Censorship and Guardian
Gabriel Arana / The Huffington Post:
The New York Times Looks Abroad To Meet Ambitious Expansion Plans
Oliver Wright / The Independent:
FoI: Commission reviewing what public has right to know bans journalists from fully reporting its first briefing
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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
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
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