This Week’s Subscription News: The Atlantic, Adblock Plus and Amazon

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This Week’s Subscription News: The Atlantic

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In this week’s subscription news, The Atlantic scrambles to keep readers on its website, Adblock Plus attacks IAB, and Uber wants its app to become a content marketplace during rides. Also, this week, we’re reading about Washington Post’s licensing of its CMS, Arc, DC Comics’ deal with Amazon Prime, and how a hotel subscription can let you live almost anywhere!

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