A majority of consumers (54%) now place a higher value on their digital interactions with brands over physical interactions.
TikTok owner, Beijing-based ByteDance, released a statement insisting censoring content guidelines are no longer used.
Those turned off by offensive content say it's more likely to come from users' social media posts than news sites.
Many marketers plan to continue pumping more ad dollars into mobile this year, per the latest app trends report from Adjust.
Example: If users turn on the face-recognition setting, they'll get an alert when anyone uploads a photo of them, with or without a tag.
The Social Science Research Council is accusing Facebook of jeopardizing an existing data-sharing initiative.
Most consumers surveyed would only shell out $4.20 per month for YouTube --- and that's more than any other app on the market.
Using its own machine-learning technology, Twitter plans to determine what tweets belong in what topic categories. It intends to eventually offer an infinite array of topic feeds.
But 38% still plan to shop in physical stores as well as online, per an AdColony study.
Spotify said its student-focused product failed to attract as many paid subscriptions as anticipated.