Daily Must Reads, October 24, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    October 24, 2014

    1. Why the New York Times built a tool for crowdsourced time travel (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab)

    2. Hong Kong: The difficult task of verifying news amidst censorship and social media (Jihii Jolly / Columbia Journalism Review)

    3. Gamergate and how Internet users think about gaming and harassment (Alyssa Rosenberg / The Washington Post)


    4. The laborers who keep NSFW pics and beheadings out of your Facebook feed (Adrian Chen / Wired)

    5. Wanna see the latest new Yahoo home page, rolling out next month? (Kara Swisher / Re/code)

    6. Electronic Frontier Foundation relaunches Surveillance Self-Defense (Jillian C. York / EFF)



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