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»  If the current events of the world are scary for all of us, they’re particularly horrifying for news publishers. (Ken Doctor/Ni…

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»  If the current events of the world are scary for all of us, they’re particularly horrifying for news publishers. (Ken Doctor/Nieman Lab)

»  On Its Own, Europe Backs Web Privacy Fights (NYT)

»  @CondeElevator calls it quits? A Rogue Tweeter Titillates, Then Vanishes (MediaDecoder)

»  Why Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) Is About to Become a Force in Online Advertising (AdAge)

»  How SeeClickFix Built Revenue Streams From Potholes (StreetFight)

»  Google+ adds games and gives you control over when you see them, how you play them (Official Google Blog)

»  Did Facebook’s Redesign Just Bring Back Viral Spam? (Tricia Duryee/AllThingsD)

»  Borders’ Newsstand Blues: store closings spell trouble for niche magazine titles (CJR)

»  HuffPost/AOL (NYSE: AOL) now “aggregating” video as well (CNNMoney Tech on Tumblr)

»  “Print is the new vinyl”: So newspapers are for hipsters? (Julie Moos/Poynter)

»  LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) Makes Changes to Social Ads Following Privacy Uproar (Mashable)

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