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Weekly Subscription News: Ads, Orders and Opting Out

Featuring Github, Twitter, Meta, and the Boston Globe

In this week’s subscription news roundup, Github was ordered by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California to disclose the identity of the user who leaked Twitter source code. Also, in Europe, Meta users can opt out of some targeted ads, news outlets ponder whether they should pay for journalists’ Twitter Blue subscriptions, and the Boston Globe expands its coverage into New Hampshire.

Github Ordered to Identify User Who Leaked Twitter Source Code
Engadget

Music Producers Revolted Against an App’s Subscription Scheme – and Won
The Verge

Meta Will Let Users Opt Out of Some Targeted Ads, But Only in Europe
Wall Street Journal

More Ads Are Coming to Microsoft’s New Bing AI Chatbot
PCWorld

News Outlets Struggle to Decide: Do We Pay for Journalists’ Twitter Blue
BuzzFeed News

New Analytics Tool Helps Artists Harness YouTube Shorts and 50B Daily Views
Tubefilter

Publishers Worry AI Chatbots Will Cut Readership
The New York Times

Introducing Boston Globe New Hampshire, a New Local Journalism Initiative
Boston Globe

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