Must Reads in Media & Technology: Feb. 6

    by Bianca Fortis
    February 6, 2017

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    1. Reddit’s /r/worldnews Community Used a Series of Nudges to Push Users to Fact-Check Suspicious News (Ricardo Bilton / Nieman Lab)

    2. Germany Struggles to Fight Anti-Migrant Fake News Amid Fears It Could Influence Its Election (Tim Hume / Vice)


    3. A Pirate Podcast App Takes on Iran’s Hardline Censors (Andy Greenberg / Wired)

    4. The WSJ is Exploring an Ad-Free Digital Offering (Lucia Moses / Digiday)

    5. Here’s What Facebook’s Live Video Filter Bubble Looks Like (Lam Thuy Vo / BuzzFeed)


    6. How Independent Publishers Can Fight the Google-Facebook Duopoly (Alex Merwin / AdAge)

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