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1:41 PM ET, March 10, 2017


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Zeynep Tufekci / New York Times:
WikiLeaks' CIA document cache, which focuses on compromising devices and not apps, underscores the strength of Signal's and WhatsApp's encryption  —  On Tuesday morning, WikiLeaks released an enormous cache of documents that it claimed detailed “C.I.A. hacking tools.”
Maev Kennedy / The Guardian:
Food blogger Jack Monroe has won about $30K in Twitter libel case against Mail Online columnist Katie Hopkins  —  Food writer and campaigner wins £24,000 from Mail Online columnist in row over tweets about damage to war memorial  —  The food writer and campaigner Jack Monroe …
Rosie Gray / The Atlantic:
Profile of Newsmax CEO Chris Ruddy, a friend of Trump who has emerged over the past few weeks as one of the president's most prominent unofficial spokesmen  —  Chris Ruddy is the Zelig of the Trump administration.  —  He's on CNN, blasting the White House chief of staff.
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
Seven newsrooms have closed their Politifact chapters since the presidential election, including The Richmond Times-Dispatch and The Providence Journal  —  PolitiFact, the national political fact-checking franchise started by the Poynter-owned Tampa Bay Times, has lost seven of its statewide partners since the presidential campaign.
Discussion: @itsren and @benmullin
Chris Roush / Talking Biz News:
TheStreet misses estimates, reporting Q4 loss of $11.6M, with revenue of $15.9M, down from $17M the prior year  —  Financial news company reported a fourth-quarter loss that was worse than analyst expectations.  —  The New York-based company reported a loss of $11.6 million, or 33 cents per share, in the fourth quarter.
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: a group including Jahm Najafi, of private investment firm Najafi Cos., and Pamplona Capital Management has emerged as a bidder for Time Inc.  —  Competitive sales process for publisher appears to be nearing completion, even in the wake of Bronfman group dropping its bid
Discussion: @asharma, @jeffreyt1 and Fortune
Ross Benes / Digiday:
BI UK will test an anti-ad blocker prompting readers to either whitelist BI, pay for an ad-free subscription, or pay a few pennies to see an article ad-free  —  As its staff sized nearly doubled over the last year to 45 employees, Business Insider U.K. moved shop in January to a larger co-working space …
Discussion: @larakiara
Ricardo Bilton / Nieman Lab:
Anonymous donor gives $1M to fund subscriptions for students, joining 15.5K other donors to provide access to 1.3M students  —  The New York Times has shared some big numbers about the “Sponsor a Subscription” program that it launched in February: Thanks to contributions from 15,500 donors …
Benjamin Mullin / Poynter:
The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, BBC, and more protest US secretary of state's plan for no media on his trip to Asia  —  D.C. bureau chiefs from major news organizations, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal …
James Warren / Poynter:
New Jersey journalists launch Montclair Local, a 2-section, 16-page weekly newspaper costing $12/year, delivered to about 15K households  —  Montclair is a New Jersey bastion of the Trump-doubting privileged class that went back to the future Thursday with an imperiled species: a new broadsheet newspaper.
Nate Silver / FiveThirtyEight:
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Sara Fischer / Axios:
CTA study finds video viewership has increased by 30% in the last five years, but TV accounts for only about half of all video viewership, down from 62% in 2013
Alexandra Alter / New York Times:
Interview with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, who have sold a book on 2016 election to Penguin, to be published in 2018; HBO plans a miniseries based on book
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Corinne Grinapol / Adweek:
Recode hires Politico's Tony Romm, as a senior editor of policy and politics, and Bloomberg's Rani Molla, as the publication's first data editor
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