• Social Media Companies' Protections Face Continued Attack
    Big Tech critics might cheer the prospect of repealing Section 230, but that law's protections also benefit new competitors.
  • Is Kylie Jenner The Next Katie Couric?
    More than a third of 16- to 24-year-olds (38%), 25- to 34-year-olds (38%), and 35- to 44-year-olds (34%), worldwide, turn to influencers for news.
  • Republicans May Want To Regulate Facebook -- But Not Its Political Ads
    When it comes to banning any political ads on social-media sites, 56% of Democrats give a thumbs-up. But only half of Republicans agree. Where's the consistency?
  • Ogilvy Racks Up 1M Followers On LinkedIn
    It's the first agency brand to reach the 1 million mark on LinkedIn, followed by Leo Burnett (450,000 followers), and Saatchi & Saatchi (nearly 400,000).
  • Human Rights Group Wants Illegal Posts Archived To Aid Prosecutions
    Platforms are becoming more active in removing undesirable content, which can help governments and local officials document abuse.
  • Triggered By 'Moscow Mitch' Meme, Trump Floats Full-Out Repeal Of Platforms' Legal Protections
    "Why does Twitter leave phony pictures like this up, but take down Republican/Conservative pictures and statements that are true?," the President asked.
  • Analyst: Netflix Could Reach 500 Million Subscribers By 2030
    Netflix could more than double its current 193 million worldwide subscribers through upping its share of global fixed-broadband households, says an RBC analyst.
  • After Successful U.S. Launch, Facebook Sets Global News Rollout By 2021
    As of this summer, the tech giant had signed on about 200 news outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, BuzzFeed and USA Today.
  • Embattled TikTok Launches Ad Blitz
    With Twitter's operations in the U.S. and possibly some other markets up in the air, the social video app's parent, ByteDance, may be hoping the ad campaign will help boost its sale price.
  • How Did Facebook Boycotters Spend Their July Budgets?
    In one report, 40% chose to spend more on paid search, while 24% increased spending on paid social platforms other than Facebook.
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