Daily Must Reads, August 14, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    August 14, 2013

    1. Google: Gmail users have no reason to expect privacy (Gizmodo)

    2. San Francisco Chronicle said to demolish pay wall after 4 months (CNET)

    3. Apple acquires second screen TV start up Matcha.tv (VentureBeat)


    4. Twitter promoted trends typically cost less in Latin America (Adweek)

    5. Blodget: Journalism has entered a ‘golden age’ (Business Insider)

    6. The Atlantic makes a big push into video with 3 original series (Mashable)



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