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9:45 PM ET, November 3, 2019

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New York Times:
Trump has integrated Twitter into the fabric of his administration, reshaping the presidency with 11,000+ tweets while in office, lately posting even more often  —  With a single tweet last fall, Mr. Trump sent his administration into a tailspin.  “I must, in the strongest of terms …
Julia Carrie Wong / The Guardian:
The debate over Facebook's political ads policy has been too US-centric and the company hasn't explained how that policy will work in other countries  —  What do Zuckerberg's bromides about American values mean to Facebook users in Kashmir or the Philippines?  —  @juliacarriew Email
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Siva Vaidhyanathan / New York Times:
Vetting political ads effectively and consistently at global scale is impossible; Congress should restrict ad targeting to the level of an electoral district  —  It's not about free speech.  —  Siva Vaidhyanathan is a professor of media studies at the University of Virginia.
CNN:
Facebook says it will not fact-check ads by UK political parties and candidates running in December election, but will fact-check political groups like Leave.EU  —  Facebook's political ad policy under pressure  —  London and New York (CNN Business)A controversial policy allowing politicians …
Will Oremus / OneZero:
Twitter's ban on political and issue ads will let companies advertise things like fossil fuel-based products but ban ads from activists advocating against them
Todd Spangler / Variety:
Deadspin's entire editorial staff has now resigned; G/O Media says the company is recruiting new staff  —  Deadspin is dead, for the time being.  —  The site is now without any editors or writers — after a staff revolt that erupted this week when parent company G/O Media demanded …
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Lindsey Ellefson / The Wrap:
Deadspin got a new freelance contributor, Alan Goldsher, on Friday, but then he quickly quit too following backlash to his tweet announcing his new gig  —  By Friday, every editor and writer was gone from Deadspin, but the sports-culture site chugged along, sort of, by posting previously-submitted contributor content.
Bryan Curtis / The Ringer:
Deadspin is the latest site to undergo “The Mavening”, where owners hollow out trusted outlets, a trend that has been particularly deadly for sportswriting
Megan Greenwell / @megreenwell:
Former Deadspin EIC Megan Greenwell says the site no longer employs a single writer or editor
Marc Tracy / New York Times:
How Deadspin imploded after a long buildup of resentment between journalists and new bosses, with almost entire staff resigning by Thursday
Rob Wells / Washington Post:
The role of National Thrift News in uncovering a corruption scandal in the '80s shows trade publications can hold the industries they cover accountable  —  A small trade publication broke the Keating Five scandal, offering a pathway for investigative journalism in cash-strapped times.
Gabriel Snyder / Columbia Journalism Review:
When NYT reporting gets hijacked by bad-faith actors to push disinformation, the NYT often retreats behind its journalistic standards to avoid responsibility  —  On May 1, The New York Times carried a story on its front page, “For Biden, a Ukraine Matter That Won't Go Away,” by Kenneth P. Vogel and Iuliia Mendel.
Joshua Benton / Nieman Lab:
An explanation of “data voids” in search, based on a Data & Society report, and how understanding them is vital for journalists especially amid breaking news  —  One day fifteen long years ago, in 2004, some SEO consultants decided to have a contest to determine quién …
Nicole Sperling / New York Times:
Theater chain owners upset at Netflix after talks stalled over short theater run for Martin Scorsese's The Irishman, which will be weeks shorter than standard  —  LOS ANGELES — Netflix and the owners of the major theater chains could have made a lot of money together, if only they had seen eye to eye on the release of “The Irishman.”
 
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Christian Davies / The Guardian:
A Polish journalist went undercover for six months at an “ePR firm”, revealing the use of fake Twitter accounts to denigrate criticism of state broadcaster TVP
Alex Sherman / CNBC:
Sources: NBCUniversal is considering making its ad-supported Peacock streaming service free for everyone, with an ad-free tier available for subscribers
Reuters:
Sources: CFIUS has launched a review of ByteDance's 2017 acquisition of Musical.ly, as TikTok didn't seek clearance from CFIUS during the acquisition