With a fine pending in the US, British MPs label Zuckerberg and Facebook "digital gangsters" helping to put democracy at risk.
Sources suggest publishers can opt out of the upcoming SEO "link tax," but no reprieve is on offer for YouTube.
If the IAB UK is right about click-through rates, why use them? Time to admit digital is about branding, not direct response?
The CMA study is almost certain to look at GDPR compliance at the dominant duopoly.
Cairncross Review makes suggestions that are unlikely to happen and a tax break local papers won't be able to use.
"The Sunday Times" shows that kids have been abused via dating apps. Age verification is needed, and so is parental oversight.
Half of all podcast listening is done by under 35s. Spotify's interests suddenly make a lot of sense.
Did you consent to your Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger data being collated? I thought not.
The country is hugely divided on Brexit, but both parties now see the only true vote winner is regulating the internet.
Safer Internet Day will see the Government announce plans to regulate social media platforms.