The future of the internet as we know it may be riding on the preservation or renovation of Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act.
I'm all for fixing the way Facebook has poisoned our political discourse. But straight up banning political ads isn't it.
2020 and the couple of years after are going to be really, really tough for ad-supported streaming services to get real traction.
I was underwhelmed by the new products at CES, including nothing from the ad-tech industry.
Let's admit that we're human, that we err, and that -- sometimes -- the other side just might be right about some things.
With 7,000 choices around the world, the startup accelerator space is frothy but confusing. What makes a program work? How do startups fare in various programs?
Why won't Facebook ban the whole political spectrum of ads, content, posts, etc.?
Among signs of mainstreaming: Virtually every TV network, major media agency and top 100 advertiser now has an advanced TV ad strategy.
Since there are more and more connected devices battling for bandwidth, will the end consumer actually feel the benefits of 5G?
Social media based on an advertising revenue model is a cancerous growth -- and we have to shut off its blood flow.