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MEDIAEATER DIGEST – WEDNESDAY 17TH OCTOBER, MMXVIII
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NEWSLETTER: The Creative AI newsletter

NEWSLETTER: PARQOR  
a newsletter about the digital video supply chain

MEDIA: Money for nothing: copyright law, YouTube, and the future of music [Part I]  to earn the US minimum wage, an artist needs 610,465 streams on Spotify per month.

PRIVACY: Personalized Advertising is an Oxymoron or: How We Forgot That Minority Report Was A Dystopian Vision

TV DATA: How Netflix drives culture, in one chart [Recode]

NETWORK: PeerTube 1.0: the free/libre and federated video platform (framablog.org)

NETWORK: Data mining has revealed previously unknown Russian Twitter troll campaigns (technologyreview.com)

NETWORK: Solid is a new decentralized identity platform from WWW Creator Tim Berners-Lee which provides a mechanism for users to own and better control the usage of their data. [solid]

OBIT: Gone too soon –  What I loved about Paul Allen [Bill Gates]

HUMOR: New Social-Media User Guidelines  [New Yorker]

ART:  Robots Love Music at Museum Speelklok,  Robot Love exhibition, Eindhoven.

 


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