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Meta threatens to block news content in Canada over media revenue-sharing legislation

Australian Parliament passes law that requires Google, Facebook to pay for newsOfficials approved the changes that came from their negotiations with Facebook. M. Moon @mariella_moon   The Australian law that makes it mandatory for companies like Google and Facebook to pay for news they use is ready to be enforced. Australia’s Parliament has passed the … Continue reading Meta threatens to block news content in Canada over media revenue-sharing legislation

How workplace discrimination has changed over the last generation

  By Kathleen Davis October 10, 2022 For some people when they hear the words “workplace discrimination,” it calls to mind a bygone Mad Men era of overt sexism and racism. And while that kind of egregious behavior does happen, the discrimination most prevalent in workplaces can fly under the radar for those not experiencing … Continue reading How workplace discrimination has changed over the last generation

Why the media industry embraces martech transformation to win over consumers

Unravel complexity to unleash and deliver personalized experiences. Virtusa on October 6, 2022   Think about this for a moment: almost 40% of the world’s population, over 2.96 billion people, consider themselves gamers. Since the dawn of Atari in the 1970s, the industry has boomed—it’s now larger than the movie and music industries combined—and is … Continue reading Why the media industry embraces martech transformation to win over consumers

A poll of over 580 tech leaders shows a return to the office looms

By Joe Lazauskas September 12, 2022 The Great Resignation. A return to the office. The tech downturn.     Tech founders and executives are facing a whirlwind of disruptive forces. On tech panels and podcasts from New York to Silicon Valley, the consensus has been that everyone should wait to see how things shake out. … Continue reading A poll of over 580 tech leaders shows a return to the office looms

Credit Karma might owe you money over fake ‘pre-approved’ card offers: Here’s how to find out

By Clint Rainey September 07, 2022   The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is ordering Credit Karma, the free personal-credit monitoring site, to pay $3 million to users who received “false ‘pre-approved’ credit card offers” that ended up hurting their credit scores. The agency filed a complaint alleging that from February 2018 to April 2021, Credit … Continue reading Credit Karma might owe you money over fake ‘pre-approved’ card offers: Here’s how to find out

AT&T sues T-Mobile over ‘dishonest and completely false’ senior discount ad campaign

AT&T sues T-Mobile over ‘dishonest and completely false’ senior discount ad campaign The carrier is seeking an injunction and damages. I. Bonifacic @igorbonifacic   T-Mobile AT&T is suing T-Mobile. On Tuesday, the carrier filed a complaint in Texas’s Eastern District Court, accusing its rival of false advertising. T-Mobile’s recently launched “Verizon and AT&T Ban Senior … Continue reading AT&T sues T-Mobile over ‘dishonest and completely false’ senior discount ad campaign

Google Exclusivity And DOJ’s Battle Over Search

Google Exclusivity And DOJ’s Battle Over Search by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, September 9, 2022 Google pays billions of dollars to other companies — Apple, Samsung Electronics, etc. — to keep its search as the default option on phones and in browsers, something the Department of Justice (DOJ) believes creates an illegal dominance over the search … Continue reading Google Exclusivity And DOJ’s Battle Over Search