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Jessica Toonkel / Reuters:
Verizon's Oath signs distribution deal to place four of its apps, Newsroom, Yahoo Sports, Yahoo Finance, and Go90, on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ devices in the US  —  (Reuters) - Verizon Communications Inc's Oath Inc subsidiary has signed a deal to place four of its most popular apps on millions …


Sara Fischer / Axios:
Facebook to bring outside advisors for a civil rights audit of its impact on minority groups and to investigate claims it's biased against conservative voices  —  To address allegations of bias, Facebook is bringing in two outside advisors — one to conduct a legal audit of its impact …


Nicholas Schmidle / New Yorker:
Behind the debate on whether the CFAA should be amended to allow private companies and citizens that are victims of cybercrimes to “hack back”  —  American companies that fall victim to data breaches want to retaliate against the culprits.  But can they do so without breaking the law?


Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:
Nokia to sell its digital health division to Eric Carreel, cofounder of Withings, which Nokia acquired for €170M in 2016; deal expected to close late Q2 2018  —  Nokia's unsuccessful foray into digital health hardware and services looks like it is finally coming to an end.


Erin Griffith / Wired:
Pandora study finds that too many ads can push users to subscribe, but not enough to compensate for lost ad revenue from those listening less due to more ads  —  AT BEST, ADVERTISING is something people tolerate while consuming media.  At worst, it's a turnoff.