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    Daily Must Reads, January 15, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    January 15, 2014

    1. What you need to know about the court decision that just struck down net neutrality (Mathew Ingram / GigaOm)

    2. Viacom to launch customizable kids’ TV channel on Verizon FiOS (Amol Sharma / Wall Street Journal)

    3. To safeguard the public domain (and the public interest), fix copyright’s crazy penalties (Mitch Stoltz / Electronic Frontier Foundation)

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    4. Facebook could launch its Flipboard-like news reader this month (Mike Isaac / Re/code)

    5. Fox taps the Lonely Island to develop TV shows via digital platforms (Andrew Wallenstein / Variety)

    6. Google, Nest and the rise of the physical graph (Pete Pachal / Mashable)

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