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Clare Malone / New Yorker:
Sources question The Washington Post CEO Fred Ryan's strategy, after top executives left in 2022, union distrust grew, and layoffs hit beside new job postings
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Springer Nature, the world's largest academic publisher, doesn't let LLMs like ChatGPT be credited as an author but allows AI to help write papers, if disclosed
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A Finnish court finds two journalists at Finland's largest daily guilty of revealing classified intelligence in a 2017 report, sentencing one to pay a fine
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