Daily Must Reads, September 4, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    September 4, 2015

    1. Can ‘mommy bloggers’ still make a living? (Olga Khazan / The Atlantic)

    2. Data Docs tool marries data with video storytelling (Vignesh Ramachandran / Knight Foundation)

    3. Spotify updates privacy policy with clearer language after backlash (Jake Kastrenakes / The Verge)


    4. Apple rumor tracker: What will be revealed at the September 9 event (Jared Newman / Fast Company)

    5. Case of Vice reporters underlines Turkish crackdown on Internet freedom (Michael Pizzi / Al Jazeera America)

    6. Teens face criminal charges for taking, keeping naked photos of themselves (Danielle Wiener-Bronner / Fusion)


    7. Local TV creates hurdle to streaming (Keach Hagey / Wall Street Journal)


    We’ll be taking Monday, September 7th off; see you Tuesday, September 8th.

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