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9:00 AM ET, July 10, 2019

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Todd Spangler / Variety:
WarnerMedia's HBO Max is set to launch in spring 2020 with 10K hours of programming including exclusive streaming rights to Friends, CW dramas, and films  —  Greg Berlanti, Reese Witherspoon sign on to produce movies for HBO Max  —  Get ready to make “Friends” with HBO Max …
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Michael Isikoff / Yahoo News:
A look at the spread of Seth Rich conspiracy theories, and how one theory allegedly was posted by Russian foreign intelligence three days after Rich's death  —  WASHINGTON — In the summer of 2016, Russian intelligence agents secretly planted a fake report claiming that Democratic National …
Larrison Campbell / Mississippi Today:
A candidate for Mississippi governor, Robert Foster, refused a reporter's request for access to a campaign trip unless she brought a male colleague with her  —  In recent weeks, in an attempt to better inform readers about candidates in the upcoming Republican gubernatorial primary …
Kate Conger / New York Times:
Inside deliberations at Twitter on defining “dehumanizing speech” and its decision to limit enforcement on the issue to tweets about religious groups for now  —  SAN FRANCISCO — Last August, Twitter's top executives gathered at the company's headquarters to discuss how to make the site safer for its users.
Cristiano Lima / Politico:
Political leaders keep talking about changing Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act; others say changes could infringe free speech and harm small sites  —  At stake is a 26-word provision in the 1996 Communications Decency Act that protects online platforms from liability for content their users post.
Discussion: @jessekblum and Bloomberg
Anthony Ha / TechCrunch:
Facebook will start taking a 30% cut from fan subscriptions via desktop starting 2020 and a 15% fee for second year subscriptions via mobile platforms  —  Facebook will take a cut of up to 30% on fan subscriptions, beginning on January 1, 2020.  —  The social network is revealing its plans …
Daniela Flamini / Poynter:
Profile of Congo Check, a 16 member fact-checking project in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where internet access is often limited to Facebook and WhatsApp  —  In March of this year, a rumor began to spread in Bukavu, a city in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo …
Discussion: @dpfunke and @poynter
Ann E. Marimow / Washington Post:
Federal appeals court rules that President Trump violated the First Amendment by blocking his critics on Twitter  —  President Trump cannot block his critics from the Twitter feed he regularly uses to communicate with the public, a federal appeals court said Tuesday, in a case with implications …
Jennifer Maas / The Wrap:
Netflix says Stranger Things 3 has been viewed by 40.7M households since its July 4 launch, a new record for a Netflix film or series  —  Netflix says “Stranger Things 3” has been viewed by more than 40 million household accounts since its July 4 premiere, a new record for the streaming service.
Attila Mong / Committee to Protect Journalists:
In Albania, where organized crime and politics are intertwined, both local and international journalists face violence and job loss for covering these ties  —  The intersection of organized crime, corruption and politics in Albania is impacting the country's press.
 
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Andrew Ferguson / The Atlantic:
A look at the WSJ's Friday Mansion supplement, which offers readers envy and schadenfreude while never holding the powerful to account
Josh Taylor / The Guardian:
Australian anti-encryption laws, which give law enforcement access to computer data while executing warrants, enable media raids that bypass media protections
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Charlie Smith / Georgia Straight:
Seventy-nine people at the Globe and Mail take buyouts, with more than half in the editorial department, amid an effort to cut labor costs by $10M annually