Daily Must Reads, April 6, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    April 6, 2015

    1. Twitter and YouTube blocked in Turkey over hostage photos (Graham Cluley / WeLiveSecurity)

    2. John Oliver makes Edward Snowden squirm on ‘Last Week Tonight’ (Marlow Stern / The Daily Beast) [VID]

    3. Rolling Stone’s investigation: “A failure that was avoidable” (Sheila Coronel, Steve Coll & Derek Kravitz / Columbia Journalism Review)


    4. A dumb job: On the 60-year history of the anchorman (Frank Rich / New York Magazine)

    5. Meet Mexico’s crowdfunding campaign against censorship and bots (Milton Ramirez / Global Voices)

    6. What’s your biggest IT security risk? Look in the mirror (Arik Hesseldahl / Re/code)


    7. Inside the New York Times’ newsletter strategy (Benjamin Mullin / Poynter)


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