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12:35 AM ET, August 10, 2018


 Top News: 
Oliver Darcy / CNNMoney:
Analysis of Infowars Twitter content shows videos that led to YouTube and other bans were still live, while other tweets showed more Twitter rules violations  —  Why Facebook,YouTube and Apple are removing InfoWars content  —  Twitter's vice president for trust and safety, Del Harvey …
Richard Allan / Facebook:
Max Fisher / New York Times:
After treating Facebook-fueled violence as occurring only in developing countries, the company now finds wealthier places aren't immune from hate speech issues  —  To Americans, Facebook's Alex Jones problem might seem novel, even unprecedented.  —  When does speech become unsafe?  When can it be limited?
Kara Swisher / New York Times:
Twitter needs a code of values requiring it to make tough calls on high-profile and malevolent figures like Alex Jones
BuzzFeed News:
Apple says Infowars podcast violated company's hate speech guidelines but implies its app doesn't violate App Store guidelines
Charles Riley / CNNMoney:
Tribune calls off its $3.9B merger with Sinclair, sues Sinclair for breach of contract, seeking $1B in damages  —  Trump angry with FCC chair over Sinclair deal  —  The Sinclair Broadcast Group acquisition of Tribune Media is dead.  —  Tribune said in a statement Thursday that it has terminated …
Lukas I. Alpert / Wall Street Journal:
News Corp beats estimates with revenue of $2.69B, a 29% increase YoY, reports net loss of $372M attributable to shareholders, in part due to Foxtel transaction  —  Write-off related to Australian TV deal contributes to net loss  —  The consolidation of Australian television assets helped …
Christine Schmidt / Nieman Lab:
The Wall Street Journal has revamped its newsletters, whittling from 126 to about 40, trimming length, adding subscription requests, and improving interactivity  —  “The newsletter itself in your inbox is simply not enough.  What is it like to speak to the editor if you reply?
Erik Wemple / Washington Post:
Sources: 60 Minutes producer Michael Radutzky screamed at colleagues, threw objects, twisted colleague's arm as executive producer Jeff Fager tolerated conduct  —  In June 2007, “60 Minutes” senior producer Michael Radutzky stepped forward at a Peabody Awards ceremony to accept recognition …
Discussion: @postopinions and @washingtonpost
Shan Wang / Nieman Lab:
Interview with Karin Pettersson, Schibsted's director of public policy, on her new role and the publication's relationship with Google and Facebook  —  “We can't say that Facebook is destroying democracy, but then have our newspapers collaborate with them very, very closely …
Dave McNary / Variety:
Lionsgate tops estimates in Q2 with a loss of $7.9M on revenue of $932.7M, announces agreements to launch Starzplay channels in France, Italy, and Spain  —  Lionsgate has topped Wall Street estimates by reporting a loss of $7.9 million, or 4 cents per share fully diluted …
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Alex Hardiman / Facebook:
Facebook continues to test ways to deliver developing news; latest test lets publishers connect story updates, with readers getting notified of new content
Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge:
Samsung and Spotify partner to build Spotify's services into smartphones, Bixby, and other Samsung devices
Lincoln Pigman / New York Times:
Authorities in Belarus detained at least 18 journalists, accusing them of illegally obtaining information from a state news agency; six have been released
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Tom Lasseter / Reuters:
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Casey Newton / The Verge:
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