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Marketing Wrap

Opinion: Why Assembly Bill 5 will hurt, not help, freelancers, digiday.com

Apple’s new privacy features have further rattled the location-based ad market, digiday.com

Ad Age Best Places to Work 2020, adage.com

The 6 Marketing Trends That Will Drive Innovation in 2020, adweek.com

Hulu hopes to reinvent advertising, adage.com

Rent the Runway CEO Says Transparency About Logistics Problems Boosted Brand Loyalty, adweek.com

The rise of streaming is sapping cable TV programming, digiday.com

The ROI of snacks: How companies track the impact of free food in the office, digiday.com

‘It decimated my career’: Confessions of a freelance producer on the effects of reporting harassment, digiday.com

It’s Time for Brands to Stop Climate Grandstanding and Listen to Consumer Needs, adweek.com

Social Media Wrap

Q&A with Twitter's head of product Kayvon Beykpour about how Twitter is trying to stop incentivizing toxic behavior, giving users a "troll score", more, wired.com

Sources: TikTok is considering a Snapchat Discover-style curated feed, which could allow it to charge more for ads by giving brands a safe space, ft.com

It's Easy to Be a Jerk on Twitter. And Twitter Wants to Fix That, wired.com

Flipboard woos Facebook-weary publishers with a new branded content program, digiday.com

College Admissions Officers Are Paying More Attention to Applicants’ Social Profiles, adweek.com

I found the real first post on Instagram, birdeatsbug.com

Twitter Suits Up for College Football’s National Championship Game, adweek.com

Facebook Improves on Its Amber Alerts, adweek.com

New Two-Way Integration ‘Breaks Through Facebook Fundraising Wall’, forbes.com

Mark Hamill deletes Facebook, criticizes its policy, mashable.com

All In

Two States. Eight Textbooks. Two American Stories, nytimes.com

Toyota will transform 175 acres in Japan into a ‘prototype city of the future’, theverge.com

How the Police Use Facial Recognition, and Where It Falls Short, nytimes.com

Researchers: AT&T, T-Mobile, Tracfone, US Mobile, and Verizon use vulnerable procedures for customer support that put users at risk of SIM swapping attacks, zdnet.com

Free “Language Learning with Netflix” makes studying Japanese almost too easy, soranews24.com

Away C.E.O. Is Back, Just Weeks After Stepping Down, nytimes.com

iPod Product Timeline, twitter.com

Will alleged CIA misbehavior set Julian Assange free?, thehill.com

Billionaire with first SpaceX moon tickets is holding a 'Bachelor' style contest to find his plus one, mashable.com