Marketing Politics Weekly
Wednesday, December 28, 2022
  • Meta Agrees To $725 Million Settlement Over Cambridge Analytica Scandal

    Meta Platforms has agreed to pay $725 million to settle class-action claims that it violated users' privacy by sharing their info with outside developers, … Read the whole story

  • Is Big Tech In Big Trouble?

    The news has been full of stories about layoffs from Big Tech firms. Does this tell a story of trouble brewing among Big Tech … Read the whole story

  • TikTok Confirms It Spied On American Journalists

    ByteDance employees used data collected through TikTok to track locations of two U.S. journalists, the company confirmed on Thursday. Read the whole story

  • What Would A 'Decentralized' Social Media Network Look Like?

    Niche is a social app designed to promote online communities, redistributing ownership of the network to its members and content creators. Read the whole story

  • Microsoft Defends Proposed $69 Billion Activision Deal To FTC

    "Microsoft is buying Activision to meet the billions of gamers who choose to play on mobile devices instead of a console or PC, and … Read the whole story

  • Do We Really Need Twitter?

    It's the logical successor for the open-publishing aspect of the web, but its only real value is that it amasses an audience and generated … Read the whole story