Twitter and Facebook are going to ruin newsletters, aren’t they?

Newsletters give journalism a business model that doesn’t depend on a big tech platform—and readers a more calming, sustainable way to engage with the news. But now Big Tech platforms are butting in.

Can’t they please just let us have this one thing?

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