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Quinn Norton / Medium:
Barrett Brown's sentence shows the increasing dangers of security journalism, and why reporters should step back until laws are fixed
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Why the NYT gave more attention to the murders at Charlie Hebdo than Boko Haram's massacre in Baga, Nigeria
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Netflix makes four-picture deal with indie filmmakers the Duplass brothers, with windows for theaters to show films before the streaming releases
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