Daily Must Reads, August 18, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    August 18, 2015

    1. The covert world of people trying to edit Wikipedia—for pay (Joe Pinsker / The Atlantic)

    2. A trail of evidence leading to AT&T’s partnership with the NSA (via ProPublica)

    3. Comcast’s ‘Watchable’ streaming portal to give creators a bigger cut of ad revenue (Shalini Ramachandran / Wall Street Journal)


    4. Six weeks into its micropayment strategy, Winnipeg Free Press preps for a “slow building process” (Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab)

    5. Infographic: Why aren’t there more women in tech? (via Next Generation)

    6. BuzzFeed looks to go viral in Japanese (Shannon Bond / Financial Times) [Subscription]


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