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Aug. 18, 2009, 5:41 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Wikipedia’s coverage of health care reform, protecting anonymous speech on the Internet, paid-content flashback to 1995

Where to turn for the lowdown on health care reform? @megangarber makes a great case for Wikipedia http://tr.im/wBGs »

Appeals court in D.C. lays down strict guidelines for protecting anonymous speech on the Internet http://tr.im/wBMq »

“How the web has changed job searching” spells out why newspaper classifieds aren’t effective http://tr.im/wBCz »

Background for #focas09: What Walter Isaacson (and Arthur Sulzberger) said about charging for news — in ’95 http://tr.im/wCRM »

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Business Insider’s owner signed a huge OpenAI deal. ChatGPT still won’t credit the site’s biggest scoops
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