Daily Must Reads, July 16, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    July 16, 2014

    1. Google finally gives up on its real-name policy for Google+ — but will anyone care? (Mathew Ingram / GigaOm)

    2. Netflix already stopped mailing DVDs on Saturdays, but you probably didn’t notice (Richard Lawler / Engadget)

    3. Apple and IBM team up to push iOS in the enterprise (Arik Hesseldahl / Re/code)


    4. Global indie sector unites to launch ‘Fair Digital Deals Declaration’ (Richard Smirke / Billboard Biz)

    5. ProPublica sees $30,000 in new revenue from Data Store (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab)

    6. No, the FCC didn’t lose your net neutrality comment (Jason Koebler / Motherboard)



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