2022-11-8
is your daily guide to understanding #social #networks and their relationships with the world. It's the best way to keep up on the events that mattered at #Facebook, #Google, #YouTube, #Twitter, Snap, and TikTok — with regular guest appearances from #Apple, #Amazon, #Microsoft, and the upstart platforms that are challenging them.
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2022-10-2
The Independent Women’s Forum isn’t explicitly an anti-abortion group, but it worked to create the conservative supermajority on the Supreme Court.
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2022-9-10
We’re experiencing a content overload. There are an average of 550 new social #media users each minute, and over 40,000 search queries on #Google every second. The #Facebook like button has been pressed 13 trillion times, and each new day welcomes another 682 million tweets. It seems that every time we blink there’s a new podcast published, or blog post to read, or #book recommendation to order on Amazon. To make a long story short, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to disaggregate signal from noise.
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2022-8-7
Public Amazon registries could reveal enough information to steal the identity of someone who hasn’t been born yet.
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2022-3-25
Last night, 24 March, the European Union made a great step forward to better protecting our rights online as it approved the political trilogue compromise for the Digital Markets Act (DMA). This decision promises to challenge the strongly centralised environment of Big Tech platforms exerting too much power over our rights and over the flow of information in #society. Tech companies like #Facebook, #Google, Amazon and Apple will have to start following strict rules that ensure free and fair competition in the #digital markets.
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