Daily Must Reads, April 30, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    April 30, 2015

    1. FBI slammed on Capitol Hill for ‘stupid’ ideas about encryption (Patrick Howell O’Neill / Daily Dot)

    2. Google and Facebook are our frenemy. Beware (Emily Bell / Columbia Journalism Review)

    3. In earthquake-ravaged Nepal, the BBC is using messaging app Viber to share information and safety tips (Joseph Lichterman / Nieman Lab)


    4. Twitter troubles lie in reluctance to buy new kind of ad (Vindu Goel & Sydney Ember / New York Times)

    5. Hulu bets on ambitious slate to catch up to competition (Debra Birnbaum / Variety)

    6. NPR clips can now be embedded on other websites (Benjamin Freed / Washingtonain)



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