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10:25 PM ET, September 20, 2020

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BuzzFeed News:
How BuzzFeed News and ICIJ analyzed a trove of leaked FinCEN docs that included 2.1K+ suspicious activity reports from banks covering $2T+ worth of transactions  —  Twenty-two thousand pages of never-before-released government documents.  Hundreds of thousands of transactions.  More than $2 trillion.
Brian Welk / The Wrap:
Trump mocked MSNBC's Ali Velshi at a rally for being shot with a rubber bullet while covering protests in May; MSNBC says Trump's comments endanger journalists  —  MSNBC says that Donald Trump is endangering the lives of journalists after the president mocked reporter Ali Velshi for getting shot …
Stephen Battaglio / Los Angeles Times:
Q&A with Chuck Todd on Twitter critics, Trump, and his new Peacock series, as Meet the Press again finishes season as the top-rated Sunday public affairs show  —  When “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd hears that his name is trending on Twitter, he knows it probably isn't good.
Clive Thompson / Wired:
YouTube taught its recommendation system how to recognize and demote conspiratorial videos, but organic link-sharing and bot promotion are thwarting its efforts  —  From flat-earthers to QAnon to Covid quackery, the video giant is awash in misinformation.  Can AI keep the lunatic fringe from going viral?
Julia Alexander / The Verge:
Apple's subscription bundle Apple One will greatly help TV+ by keeping subscriber metrics high as the service grows, following a strategy similar to Prime Video  —  A big push ahead of the streaming service's anniversary  —  Apple's new Apple One bundle, which gives customers an assortment …
Discussion: @cgartenberg
Nick Bastone / The Information:
Sources: Google's pro-privacy plan to block online ad trackers has boosted the US' antitrust probe, as publishers argue it would create an unfair playing field  —  Google has taken a lot of heat for violating people's privacy.  Now it could get in trouble for trying to protect it.
Sarah Scire / Nieman Lab:
NYT debuts Daily Distortions, a feature that debunks and contextualizes misleading information that's gone viral, with a focus on one story a day and a blog  —  In an effort to cover misinformation responsibly, The New York Times has debuted a new feature that will debunk …
Rick Edmonds / Poynter:
A look at how strong, locally owned metro papers The Boston Globe, Minneapolis' Star Tribune, Charleston's Post and Courier have expanded to nearby cities  —  A mini-trend has been brewing for the last year or so: Publications like The Boston Globe, The Star Tribune in Minneapolis and The Post …
Joe Rogan / @joerogan:
[Thread] Joe Rogan apologizes for claiming “people got arrested lighting fires in Portland” during a podcast, says “I repeated it without looking into it”  —  I fucked up on the podcast with Douglas Murray and said that people got arrested lighting fires in Portland. That turns out to not be true. I was very irresponsible not looking into it before I repeated it. I read one story about a guy getting arrested for lighting fires...
 
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