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4:25 PM ET, June 6, 2017


 Top News: 
Joe Uchill / The Hill:
WikiLeaks offers a $10K bounty to get Intercept reporter fired for trying to verify leaked report without removing evidence incriminating leaker  —  WikiLeaks offered a $10,000 bounty Monday aimed at getting a reporter for The Intercept fired, following the arrest of a government contractor …
U.S. Department of Justice:
DOJ charges federal government contractor Reality Leigh Winner with removing classified material from government facility and mailing it to a news outlet  —  A criminal complaint was filed in the Southern District of Georgia today charging Reality Leigh Winner, 25, a federal contractor from Augusta …
The Intercept:
Intercept statement on classified intelligence report: documents contain unproven assertions and warrant skepticism  —  On June 5 The Intercept published a story about a top-secret NSA document that was provided to us completely anonymously.  Shortly after the article was posted …
NBC News:
Source: Reality Leigh Winner is accused of leaking document published by The Intercept  —  Barely an hour after a news organization published an article about a Top Secret National Security Agency document on Russian hacking, the Justice Department announced charges against a 25-year-old government contractor …
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Reality Winner didn't follow the Intercept's guidelines for leakers, but reporters may have been clumsy in handling the documents  —  This June 6, 2013, file photo, shows the National Security Agency (NSA) campus in Fort Meade, Md. Russian hackers attacked at least one U.S. voting software supplier days …
Derek Hawkins / Washington Post:
How authorities used search history, email records, and printer tracking dots to bring charges against accused leaker Reality Winner  —  Criminal investigations into national security leaks tend to be long, complicated and delicate affairs.  Sources generally cover their tracks …
Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
A look at key Apple updates for publishers, including HomePod, Safari's autoplay-blocking, iOS 11, Apple News-Siri sync, and more  —  Apple, like Google, is using its position in the browser market to try to control elements of the advertising market.  —  Apple went the first five full months …
Knight First Amendment Institute:
In letter, Knight First Amendment Institute demands President unblock Twitter accounts of critics, calling @realDonaldTrump a “designated public forum”  —  NEW YORK — In a letter sent today to President Trump, the Knight First Amendment Institute asked the President to unblock …
Brian Fung / Washington Post:
Amazon, Mozilla, Reddit, Y Combinator, Kickstarter, Etsy, Vimeo, and other internet companies are staging an online protest for net neutrality on July 12  —  Some of the Internet's biggest names are banding together for a “day of action” to oppose the Federal Communications Commission …
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Craig Silverman / BuzzFeed:
Ad network Revcontent launches anti-fake news initiative, while working with 21 sites that post fake news
Discussion: @craigsilverman
Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:
After blocking Google users from reading free articles in February, The Wall Street Journal's subscription business soared but traffic from Google plummeted 44%
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Lucinda Southern / Digiday:
CNN's short-form video subsidiary, Great Big Story, makes its first international expansion, to the Nordic countries
Talking New Media:
Grant Glickson, the president of the NewsGuild of New York, says The New York Times' plan to scrap its copy desk puts the newspaper's credibility at risk
Discussion: @journalism
Ben Smith / BuzzFeed:
Interview with Margaret Sullivan on the end of The New York Times' public editor position, criticism of media, and possible prosecution of Assange
Discussion: Plagiarism Today