Daily Must Reads, September 8, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    September 8, 2015

    1. Apple and other tech companies tangle with U.S. over data access (Matt Apuzzo, David E. Sanger & Michael S. Schmidt / New York Times)

    2. BBC will offer staff and content to help local newspapers (Jane Martinson / Guardian)

    3. Snapchat viewers are quick to skip video ads if brands don’t impress (Garett Sloane / Digiday)


    4. Mail Online sues Gawker after facing ‘hatred and ridicule’ over plagiarism claims (Dominic Ponsford / Press Gazzette)

    5. How do you tell a story in virtual reality? (Eric Johnson / Re/code)



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