Daily Must Reads, July 9, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    July 9, 2013

    1. Judge orders U.S. to release Secret Service file on Aaron Swartz (Wired)

    2. Ingram: If you don’t like the chaos of breaking news, you should probably stay off Twitter (paidContent)

    3. Federal judge allows the Electronic Freedom Foundation’s NSA mass spying case to proceed (EFF)


    4. Harper’s Magazine is finally ready for the digital revolution (Mashable)

    5. Charting a locally owned, for-profit future for community news (Nieman Lab)

    6. How Copyright Hub wants to bring licensing up to date (Journalism.co.uk)



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