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Journalism Daily: Freelance photographers’ rights, AFP reporters injured and Express rapped by ASA

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Poynter Online: Tr.im’s shutdown – a warning about free services online

Damon Kiesow comments on how the end of URL shortener tr.im, which announced on Sunday that it would discontinue its service, may come as a ‘wake-up call’ to bloggers and news organisations relying on free services to drive traffic to their websites.

Tr.im has since been resurrected – but the insecure future of such tools remains.

Full post at this link…