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Nov 1, 2016

Advertising on Facebook? You have the option to target your ad to reach the audience YOU want to reach. But, what happens when your choices could constitute breaking the law?

Julia Angwin & Terry Parris, Jr., ProPublica: “Facebook lets advertisers exclude users by race

Gillian B. White, The Atlantic: “How Facebook’s ad tool fails to protect civil rights

CNN severs ties with Donna Brazile

Hadas Gold, POLITCO: “CNN severs ties with Donna Brazile

Dylan Byers, CNN Money: “Donna Brazile out at CNN amid leaks to Clinton campaign

Chris Ariens, TV Newser: “Donna Brazile may have sent debate question to Clinton camp; resigns from CNN

Alex Griswold, Mediaite: “New email shows Donna Brazile also gave Clinton questions before CNN presidential debate

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “With question-leaking, CNN has a scandal on its hands

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “White House press secretary Josh Earnest articulates precisely why Donna Brazile shouldn’t have been working for CNN

Michael Calderone, Huffington Post: “Donna Brazile appears to have sent CNN debate question to Clinton campaign

Michael M. Grynbaum, New York Times: “CNN parts ways with Donna Brazile, a Hillary Clinton supporter

Comey’s Friday afternoon announcement

Adam Goldman & Alan Rappeport, New York Times: “Emails in Anthony Weiner inquiry jolt Hillary Clinton’s campaign

Matt Apuzzo, Adam Goldman, Michael S. Schmidt & William K. Rashbuam, New York Times: “Justice Dept. strongly discouraged Comey on move in Clinton email case

Joseph Tanfani, Los Angeles Times: “Clinton campaign to FBI’s Comey: Now that you’ve opened the door on emails, reveal more

Anita Kumar & David Lightman, Kansas City Star: “Clinton campaign lashes out at FBI over email inquiry

Greg Sargent, Washington Post: “James Comey needs to clean up his mess. Here’s what we need to know.

Ed Mazza, Huffington Post: “Glenn Beck calls James Comey’s letter ‘One of the most irresponsible things to ever happen’

Kelly & Gingrich

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post: “Megyn Kelly’s killer moment with Gingrich wasa welcome return to badassery

Michelle Goldberg, Slate: “Has the Republican feminist awakening begun?

David Folkenflik, NPR: “Kelly’s clash with Gingrich on Fox reveals rift beyond Trump

Christopher Mele, New York Times: “Newt Gingrich and Megyn Kelly get into bizarre exchange on live tv

Matt Wilstein, The Daily Beast: “Newt Gingrich accuses Megyn Kelly of being ‘fascinated with sex,’ gets obliterated

Jim Rutenberg, New York Times: “Megyn Kelly’s pivotal moment in post-Ailes era at Fox News

Mark Joyella, TV Newser: “WSJ: Megyn Kelly seeks new salary above $20 million

Going behind the Trump curtain

Joshua Green and Sasha Issenberg, Bloomberg Businessweek: “Inside the Trump bunker, with 12 days to go

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DDoS attacks: What are they? Why do they matter?

Susan McGregor, Columbia Journalism Review: “Why DDoS attacks matter for journalists

IJNet: “How DDoS attacks affect journalists – and why that matters

Nicky Woolf, The Guardian: “DDoS attack that distrupted internet was largest of its kind in history, experts say

Tim Starks, POLITICO: “Ramifications of the big DDoS attack

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Gannett drops bid for Tronc

Paul Barbagallo, Bloomberg: “Gannett terminates talks to buy Tronc

Leslie Picker & Sydney Ember, New York Times: “Gannett abandons effort to buy newpaper publisher Tronc

Antoine Gara, Forbes: “Trick or Tronc: Former Tribune Company plummets after Gannett bails from merger

Joshua Jamerson, Wall Street Journal: “Gannett ends its attempt to buy Chicago Tribune publisher Tronc

Out with Outbrain

Sapna Maheshwari & John Herman, New York Times: “Publishers are rethinking those ‘Around the Web’ ads

Laura Hazard Owen, Nieman Journalism Lab: “Slate and The New Yorker dump Outbrain and Taboola links (but way more publishers still use them)

Kate Cox, Consumerist: “Some online publishers backing away from those fake ‘Around the Web’ ads