Must Reads in Media & Technology: Dec. 16

    by Kelly O'Mara
    December 16, 2016

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    1. Facebook Mounts Effort to Limit Tide of Fake News (Mike Isaac / New York Times)

    2. Conservatives React with Skepticism and Alarm to Facebook’s War on ‘Fake News’ (Oliver Darcy / Business Insider)


    3. Fake News is Sickening. But Don’t Make the Cure Worse Than the Disease. (Margaret Sullivan / Washington Post)

    4. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s Departure is the Death Knell for Net Neutrality (April Glaser / Recode)

    5. New York Times Launches a Confidential Tip Site (New York Times)


    6. Twitter Cuts Off Geospatial Data Access for Police Intelligence Centers (Russell Brandom / The Verge)

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