Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for October 2021
Marketing Politics Weekly - Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2021
Analysis: Facebook Has No Quantifiable 'Ethics,' Takes No 'Responsibility'
This Pizza Joint Is Very Selective About Who It Serves
Biden Taps Net Neutrality Advocate Rosenworcel To Lead FCC
House Republicans Want YouTube, TikTok, Snap To Turn Over Research About Minors
How To Reach Different Sides Of The Climate Change Divide
Trump Wants To Make A New Media Buck - Will It Work?
Facebook Papers Show Company Questioning Its Core Features
Role Of Corporate Communications Rises, Encroaches On Advertising, Media, Marketing
U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Unveils Brand Makeover
'Hillbilly Elegy' Author Urges Court To Declare Google A Common Carrier
Fox News' Cavuto Begs Viewers To Get Vaccinated
'Politico' Names Jonathan Lemire As Washington Bureau Chief
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2021
Top 10 List: New Facebook Brand Names
Under-Siege Facebook To Reveal Corporate Rebrand
Trump Derides Colin Powell In Fundraising Email
Judge Dismisses QAnon Suit Against YouTube Over Takedowns
FCC Acting Chief Seeks To Crack Down On Unwanted Robotexts
Watchdogs Urge Senate To Confirm Privacy Expert Bedoya To FTC
Facebook Fined By U.K. Competition Regulator Over Giphy Acquisition
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, Oct. 15, 2021
Advertising No Longer The Least-Trusted Profession, But Not By Much
Democrats Seek To Regulate Recommendation Engines
Senate Antitrust Bill Would Prohibit 'Dominant Platforms' From Hindering Competitors
FTC Warns Against Fake Reviews, Endorsements
Ryan Lizza Seeks New Hearing In Defamation Battle With Devin Nunes
Ahead Of FDA, California Sets New Guidelines For Hemp CBD
Microsoft To Remove 'Social' Part Of LinkedIn In China
Facebook's Latest Reckoning: Will Anything Change?
Father Of Slain Reporter Asks FTC To Investigate Facebook Over Videos
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, Oct. 8, 2021
What Happens When Facebook Goes Down? Traffic To The Open Web Soars
Trump Seeks To Force Facebook To Restore Account
Twitter's Trump Ban Doesn't Violate Free Speech, Digital Rights Group Says
Facebook Whistleblower Blasts 'Moral Bankruptcy,' Calls For New Laws
The Crumbling Of The Facebook Empire, Part II
These Are Not The Droids You Are Looking For
Judge Sides With Google In Battle Over 'Passive' Android Data Transfers
Slew Of Apps In Addition To Instagram Being Analyzed Amidst Child Safety Concerns
Google Presses Court To Reject Ohio Push To Regulate Search Results
More Than Half The Ad Industry Has No Plans To Develop Data Ethics Policies, Clients Ahead Of Agencies
Ad Execs: Contextual Is King, Again
MAGSGA: Making American Game Shows Great Again!
Google Stops Funding Sites, YouTube Videos Contradicting Scientific Consensus On Climate Change
Google To Settle Long-Running Privacy Battle Over Data Leakage