Daily Must Reads, December 4, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    December 4, 2014

    1. Half of online Americans don’t know what a privacy policy is (Aaron Smith / Pew Research Center)

    2. As new viewing options gain ground, live television viewership is slipping (Frank Pallotta / CNN Money)

    3. Comments under news articles: Is it time to switch them off? (Paul McNally / Journalism.co.uk)


    4. Comcast tells FCC it’s the victim and Netflix is the villain (Sam Thielman / AdWeek)

    5. When truth and fact collide. Which side do you take? (David Cohn)

    6. “The Unmanageables:” On First Look Media and Pierre Omidyar (Sarah Ellison / Vanity Fair)



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