Daily Must Reads, March 5, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    March 5, 2013

    1. NBC’s takedown notices skyrocket: Wasn’t file sharing supposed to be dead? (PaidContent.org)

    2. The most important person at Gawker Media not named Nick Denton is leaving (AllThingsD)
    3. Twitter kills off TweetDeck for mobile and drops Facebook in one fell swoop (memeburn)

    4. Washington Post to try sponsored posts (Digiday)


    5. Samsung’s new smartphone will track eyes to scroll pages (NYT)


    Tagged: file-sharing gawker native advertising nbc pirating samsung smarphones sponsored content tweetdeck twitter

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