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12:20 PM ET, May 30, 2023


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Jane Bradley / New York Times:
Manish Singh / TechCrunch:
JioCinema breaks the global record for the most concurrent views to a live-streamed event with 32M+ viewers for the May 29 IPL final; Hotstar had 25.3M in 2019  —  India's JioCinema broke the global record for the most concurrent views to a live streamed event on Monday …
Vanessa Thorpe / The Guardian:
Roula Khalaf / Financial Times:
The FT's editor says the newsroom will have a team to experiment responsibly with AI to help with tasks like mining data, analyzing content, and summarizing  —  Our journalism will continue to be reported, written and edited by humans who are the best in their fields
Keith Zhai / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: India denied visas to the last two Chinese journalists in the country; of the four Indian journalists in China in 2022, at least two can't return  —  Rift that opened with deadly border clash deepens as neighbors deny reporter visas  —  SINGAPORE—India and China …
Ben Mack / Esquire:
A look at the US government-funded Antarctic Sun, Antarctica's biggest and longest-running newspaper, which covers scientific research on the continent  —  Meet the one-person team behind Antarctica's longest-running newspaper, the Antarctic Sun.  —  The whipping wind wasn't letting up in the Allan Hills.
Discussion: @esquire
Jesse Armstrong / The Guardian:
Robby Soave / Reason:
If Twitter becomes a home for right-leaning content, Republicans will have to rethink their ire toward Section 230, which they argue allows too much moderation  —  Twitter is in the midst of a transformation: It is becoming a right-leaning news platform.  This will have profound consequences …
Discussion: New York Times and @stephenlemons
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Duvar English:
Turkey's Radio and Television Supreme Council launches investigations against seven opposition channels for their allegedly derogatory election coverage
William Turvill / Press Gazette:
Global says Emily Maitlis, Jon Sopel, and Lewis Goodal's daily podcast The News Agents had 30M downloads in May 2023; their US weekly podcast debuts on June 20
New York Times:
Greater solidarity from other unions compared to the 2007 WGA strike is helping writers disrupt studio productions with already finished scripts
 Earlier Picks: 
Samuel Agini / Financial Times:
A look at Formula One's D2C broadcast product F1 TV, which has become a key component of the sport's growth strategy in the US, Brazil, Mexico, India, and more
Tim Cushing / Techdirt:
An Arizona senator's restraining order against a journalist, now overturned, shows far too many politicians and judges frequently disregard the First Amendment
Discussion: @freedomofpress
Nic Fildes / Financial Times:
Veteran indigenous Australian journalist Stan Grant's resignation triggers an uproar after he accused Australia's ABC of not defending him against racial abuse
Kelvin Chan / Associated Press:
EU Commissioner Thierry Breton says Twitter dropped out of a voluntary EU agreement to combat online disinformation but adds that Twitter's “obligations remain”
Jim VandeHei / Axios:
Axios' CEO says AI will lead to fewer big, generic media brands and more niche ones, force publishers to tighten direct relationships with consumers, and more

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Lawrence Abrams / BleepingComputer:
The US sanctions Sinbad, a crypto mixer allegedly used by the North Korean Lazarus hacking group, and the US, the Netherlands, and Poland seize the service

Alex Ivanovs / Stack Diary:
Researchers develop a “divergence attack” that makes ChatGPT emit sequences copied from its training data, by prompting the LLM to repeat a word numerous times

Alex Heath / The Verge:
OpenAI adds Microsoft as a non-voting observer on the nonprofit board that controls OpenAI, as Sam Altman's return as CEO is made official

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