Daily Must Reads, October 22, 2014

    by Julie Keck
    October 22, 2014

    1. Librarians are dedicated to user privacy. The tech they have to use is not. (April Glaser & Alison Macrina / Slate)

    2. How Edward Snowden changed journalism (Steve Coll / The New Yorker)

    3. Digital ad revenue hits $23 billion in first half of 2014 (Laurie Sullivan / Media Post)


    4. 23% increase in defamation actions as social media claims rise (Roy Greenslade / Guardian)

    5. Yahoo: Tumblr to make over $100 million in revenue next year (Brian R. Fitzgerald / The Wall Street Journal Digits)

    6. “She tweeted against the Mexican cartels. They tweeted her murder.” (Jason McGahan / The Daily Beast)



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