Weekly Subscription News: Data Privacy, PR Makeovers and Paying Users

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Weekly Subscription News: Data Privacy

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Happy New Year from our family to yours! We hope your 2020 is off to a great start. In the subscription world, Flickr owner SmugMug makes a desperate plea to subscribers, Starbucks is having success offering digital news to customers, and Coca-Cola Companys new subscription service sells out in just three hours. Also this week, Sports Illustrated needs a public relations makeover, Microsofts next Xbox may be the most expensive console ever, and Facebook is readying itself for battle against Californias new data privacy law.

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