Daily Must Reads, September 12, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    September 12, 2013

    1. Yahoo CEO Mayer: We faced jail time if we revealed NSA surveillance secrets (Guardian)

    2. Tina Brown to leave The Daily Beast and publishing (New York Times)

    3. NAA will stop releasing quarterly ad revenue figures, which have consistently declined (Poynter)


    4. Vietnam’s Internet censorship bill goes into effect (Electronic Frontier Foundation)

    5. BuzzFeed puts in place new policies for “community” posts (paidContent)

    6. ABC Executive: Second screen apps can be a distraction (GigaOm)



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