Must Reads in Media & Technology: Nov. 30

    by Kelly O'Mara
    November 30, 2016

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    1. We Asked 8,500 Internet Commenters Why They Do What They Do (Christie Aschwanden / FiveThirtyEight)

    2. If Trump Tweets It, Is It News? A Quandary for the News Media (Michael M. Grynbaum and Sydney Ember / New York Times)


    3. Facebook Shouldn’t Fact-Check (Jessica Lessin / New York Times)

    4. ‘A Classic Commons Problem’: Publishers are Going Notifications Crazy (Max Willens / Digiday)

    5. The Guardian Has Moved to HTTPS (Mariot Chauvinand Huma Islam / The Guardian)


    6. Three Projects Will Help Better Inform the Public Through Technology Innovation with $540,000 from Knight Foundation (Knight Foundation)


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