Daily Must Reads, Oct. 27, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    October 27, 2011

    Here are the best stories about media and technology from across the web.

    1. Anti-piracy bill worries free speech advocates (CNET News)

    2. “The safety of anonymous sources will depend not only on journalists’ ethics, but on their computer skills” (New York Times)


    3. Netflix cuts 15 jobs after subscriber loss (Bloomberg)

    4. Warner Brothers stops giving Blockbuster latest films (Financial Times)

    5. Netflix streams account for 32% of peak Internet bandwidth (VentureBeat)


    6. Bloomberg TV offers free live stream on iPad (paidContent)

    7. Nokia demos flexible device that users bend and twist to navigate (CNET News)

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