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10:15 AM ET, February 12, 2018

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Charles Riley / CNNMoney:
Unilever marketing boss Keith Weed is to threaten to pull advertising from Facebook, Google, and other digital platforms, citing fake news, among other concerns  —  Social media giants grilled on ‘fake news’  —  Unilever is threatening to pull its advertising from digital platforms …
David Siders / Politico:
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Joe Pompeo / Vanity Fair:
A week after Meredith takeover of Time Inc., sources speculate about potential buyers for some of the magazines, especially Time, Fortune, Sports Illustrated  —  The sudden Midwesternizing of a Manhattan media empire.  —  It's been a little more than a week since Time Inc. ceased to exist …
Hollywood Reporter:
NY attorney general sues Harvey Weinstein, Bob Weinstein, and The Weinstein Company, claiming they failed to protect staff from pervasive sexual harassment  —  The lawsuit alleges company executives repeatedly failed to protect employees from Harvey Weinstein's “unrelenting sexual harassment, intimidation and discrimination.”
Charlie Warzel / BuzzFeed:
Technologist who predicted “fake news”, Aviv Ovadya, and other experts warn new AI-powered tools to manipulate perception could erode people's trust in reality  —  In mid-2016, Aviv Ovadya realized there was something fundamentally wrong with the internet — so wrong that he abandoned his work and sounded an alarm.
Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post:
Rob Porter's exit from the White House shows the need for more bulletproof, evidence-based journalism  —  It never should have taken a photo of Colbie Holderness's bruised eye to get Rob Porter out of the White House.  —  He shouldn't have been there to begin with, as a top aide to President Trump …
Brenda Goh / Reuters:
Alibaba signs multi-year deal to offer 1000+ episodes of Disney shows on its Youku video streaming platform  —  SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's entertainment arm has signed a licensing agreement with Walt Disney Co in a deal that will provide the Chinese group's Youku video …
Jonathan Keane / Tech.eu:
German publisher Axel Springer, Europe's largest publisher, has invested an undisclosed sum in Magic Leap to bring AR to its content  —  German publisher Axel Springer, Europe's largest publisher, has backed Magic Leap, the US augmented reality company that's raised nearly $2 billion from Google and Alibaba.
The Guardian:
Sweden wanted to drop its extradition case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in 2013 but was dissuaded by the UK's prosecution service  —  UK prosecutors tried to dissuade Swedish counterparts from doing so, exchange shows … Swedish prosecutors attempted to drop extradition proceedings …
 
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Glendora Meikle / Columbia Journalism Review:
Lessons on journalism funding from the defunct International Reporting Project, which gave grants for international reporting as international bureaus shut down
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Graham Vyse / New Republic:
The New York Times faces more criticism from the left, even as its investigations get praise, as some fear staffers are overcompensating for attacks from right
David Westphal / Columbia Journalism Review:
Charleston Gazette-Mail sees hope after charitable subsidy from Report for America and ProPublica that should cover about 15% of its news reporting salaries