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1:05 AM ET, January 2, 2019

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Jenna Amatulli / HuffPost:
Netflix has removed an episode of “Patriot Act With Hasan Minhaj” in Saudi Arabia after the country complained about MBS criticism over Khashoggi murder in show  —  In an episode of “Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj,” the host criticizes Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and the Yemen war.
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Duke University School of Law:
Books, movies, and songs published in 1923 have become free to use as copyrights expired January 1, the first significant US Public Domain Day in 20 years  —  For the first time in over 20 years, on January 1, 2019, published works will enter the US public domain.1 Works from 1923 will be free …
Derek Thompson / The Atlantic:
The news media is shifting to a post-ad future, away from dependence on advertisers to reliance on readers and patrons, and this is changing news coverage  —  Why the news is going back to the 19th century  —  It's my holiday tradition to bring tidings of discomfort and sorrow to my colleagues in the news business.
Los Angeles Times:
Malware attack on Tribune Publishing's network disrupts the printing and distribution of Saturday editions of LA Times, WSJ, NYT, and other papers  —  What first arose as a server outage was identified Saturday as a malware attack, which appears to have originated from outside the United States …
Jeremy Fuster / The Wrap:
Cable network Fuse says it is being dropped by Comcast after December 31; Fuse CEO says “Comcast is silencing yet another independent media company”  —  Cable network CEO Michael Schwimmer criticizes Comcast for “silencing yet another independent media company”
Brian Stelter / CNN:
Trump gave his final interview of 2018 to Fox News, his 41st with the network since his inauguration; Fox's biggest shows campaign for Trump almost every day  —  New York (CNN Business)President Donald Trump rang in the new year with his friends at Fox News — literally.
Adrian Ma / ideastream:
The Cleveland Plain Dealer is laying off 29 union employees after March 2019, mainly copy editors, page designers, and illustrators  —  Twenty-nine union employees at the Plain Dealer—mostly copy editors, page designers, and illustrators—will be laid off after March 2019, according to George Rodrigue …
Joe Marusak / The Charlotte Observer:
Facebook apologizes to Franklin Graham for suspending his ability to post for 24 hours and taking down a 2016 post about an NC bathroom law, restores the post  —  Facebook is apologizing to evangelist Franklin Graham for banning him from posting on the site for 24 hours last week …
 
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Financial Times:
Financial Times names Peter Spiegel next US managing editor. Gillian Tett appointed America editor-at-large and chair of US editorial board.
New York Times:
In a formerly undisclosed memo from March, a top FTC enforcement official said Facebook wasn't at fault for Cambridge Analytica's abuses; FTC says probe ongoing
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Abhimanyu Ghoshal / The Next Web:
Inside digital music piracy and sharing in the 2000s via P2P networks like Napster, LimeWire, Gnutella, as well as IRC and internet music service Audiogalaxy
Matt Apuzzo / New York Times:
NYT's Matt Apuzzo on the tech he uses as an investigative journalist and how Europeans trust governments more and private tech companies less than Americans
Washington Post:
How online hate and its long-term effects lingered for seven people in 2018, including a Parkland shooting survivor, a CNN journalist, and a track cyclist