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Getting commenters to play nice
FEATURE

Getting commenters to play nice

Venturing into the comments section can be a pretty gruesome experience. It can also be enlightening, educational and entertaining. What can publishers do to raise the level of online debate?

By James Evelegh  |  15/02/2022

Lessons from the pandemic
COLUMN

Lessons from the pandemic

We pay one more visit to last November’s PPA Independent Publisher Conference to listen to Juan Señor’s excellent keynote.

By James Evelegh  |  10/02/2022

Vogue Visionaries returns for 2022
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Vogue Visionaries returns for 2022

Following the success of 2021's Vogue Visionaries masterclass series, British Vogue and YouTube have announced a new series for 2022.

07/02/2022

Instagram users to be offered 3D avatars
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Instagram users to be offered 3D avatars

Meta announced Instagram users are to be offered 3D avatars and which will also be rolled out on Facebook and Messenger.

04/02/2022

Twitter files lawsuit over new German social media law
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Twitter files lawsuit over new German social media law

Twitter has filed a lawsuit over a new German law which obliges social media groups to block or delete criminal content quickly, and report particularly serious criminal offences to the police.

02/02/2022

US ad industry urges FTC to resist calls to ban online behavioural targeting
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US ad industry urges FTC to resist calls to ban online behavioural targeting

The Association of National Advertisers in the US has urged the Federal Trade Commission to resist calls to ban online behavioural targeting, arguing data-driven advertising benefits consumers as well as advertisers.

31/01/2022

Twitter sees rise in number of government demands to remove content
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Twitter sees rise in number of government demands to remove content

Governments around the world made 43,387 legal demands for the removal of content from a record 196,878 Twitter accounts between January and June, according to Twitter's latest transparency report.

27/01/2022

Twitter’s new feature allows users to share tweets to selective groups
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Twitter’s new feature allows users to share tweets to selective groups

Twitter is reportedly working on a feature akin to Instagram’s Close Friends which enables users to share tweets with groups of up to 150 people.

27/01/2022

Iliffe extends partnership with Google News Showcase
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Iliffe extends partnership with Google News Showcase

Iliffe Media has announced an extension to its partnership with the Google News Showcase, which was launched in the UK last February.

25/01/2022

Bloomberg Media and Twitter Renew Partnership with Focus on Crypto
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Bloomberg Media and Twitter Renew Partnership with Focus on Crypto

Bloomberg Media and Twitter have announced a global multiyear renewal of their partnership starting in January 2022, covering all major media markets across North America, EMEA, LATAM and APAC.

20/01/2022

Fact-checkers write open letter to YouTube
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Fact-checkers write open letter to YouTube

Over eighty fact-checking organisations from sixty countries this week signed an open letter to YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, calling on the company to take stronger measures to tackle misinformation.

14/01/2022

Federal lawsuit against Meta given go-ahead by court
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Federal lawsuit against Meta given go-ahead by court

A judge has ruled the US Federal Trade Commission can proceed with its revised antitrust lawsuit against Facebook owner Meta, seven months after its initial complaint was thrown out.

13/01/2022

YouTube grabs biggest share of 2021 Christmas ad money
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YouTube grabs biggest share of 2021 Christmas ad money

YouTube grabbed the biggest share of US brands’ advertising budgets during the run-up to Christmas, according to new figures.

12/01/2022

Meta tests new privacy control centre
News

Meta tests new privacy control centre

Facebook owner Meta is testing a new Privacy Centre in the US, offering users a centralised hub setting out their data protection options.

12/01/2022

Indian regulator launches investigation into Google
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Indian regulator launches investigation into Google

A watchdog in India has ordered a probe into Google following allegations that the tech giant is abusing its dominant position in news aggregation.

12/01/2022

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