Daily Must Reads in Media & Technology, Feb. 26, 2016

    by Courtney Lowery Cowgill
    February 26, 2016

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    1. Inside The Obama Administration’s Attempt To Bring Tech Companies Into The Fight Against ISIS (Sheera Frenkel / BuzzFeed)

    2. Eight Out of Ten Reddit Users Get Their News From the Site, Pew Report Says (Mathew Ingram / Fortune)


    3. Snapchat Enlists Nielsen to Track Ad Campaigns (Mike Shields / Wall Street Journal)

    4. Apple Files to Vacate Order, Says ‘The Constitution Forbids’ What FBI Seeks (Jordan Novet / VentureBeat)

    5. How A 1990 Hardy Boys Book Presaged The Future Of The Internet (Steven Melendez / Fast Company)


    6. University of Missouri Curators Fire Melissa Click After Months of Controversy (William Schmitt / Missourian)

    7. Honoring My Daughter’s ‘Last’ Request In The Age of Digital Media (Janie Emaus / Washington Post)

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