Daily Must Reads, Nov. 11, 2011

    by Nathan Gibbs
    November 11, 2011

    The best stories across the web on media and technology

    1. Judge: Feds can get Twitter users’ data without warrant (Wall Street Journal)


    2. Facebook settles with FTC to make new privacy changes opt-in (TechCrunch)


    3. Romenesko out at Poynter after attribution problems surface (Media Decoder)

    4. Apple’s AssistiveTouch helps the disabled use the iPhone (David Pogue)

    5. Opinion writers at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel hold editorial meetings on Twitter (Nieman Journalism Lab)

    6. Why Gmail and Twitter are always changing while Craigslist and Ebay stay the same (GOOD)

    7. Apparently Sony also sells life insurance, and it’s making a solid profit (SplatF)

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