Daily Must Reads, June 17, 2015

    by Julie Keck
    June 17, 2015

    1. Smartphones and Facebook continue to grow as gateways to online news around the world (Justin Ellis / Nieman Lab)

    2. What does it mean when a password manager gets hacked? (Lily Hay Newman / Slate)

    3. European human rights court says sites liable for user comments (Mike Masnick / Techdirt)


    4. Net neutrality activists believe the ‘Internet voter’ is a new political force (Sam Gustin / Motherboard)

    5. Wiesenthal leaves Warner Music Group to run his Uber-for-helicopters startup, Blade (Peter Kafka / Re/code)

    6. Inside Obama’s stealth startup (Jon Gertner / Fast Company)



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