• Trump Demands Repeal Of Section 230 In Military Bill
    On Thanksgiving, President Trump not only repeated his call to repeal Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, but made the ludicrous claim that doing so was urgently required for the defense of the country.
  • U.S. Brands Pay Social Media Influencers About $13,153 A Year
    Globally, a third of FMCG businesses say their most successful influencer campaign increased sales by $250,000 - $500,000.
  • Can You Guess How Many Instagram Influencers Live In Wyoming?
    Now you don't have to, thanks to a comprehensive new study from Influencity that does a deep dive into the Instagram influencer community in the U.S.
  • Social Media Wrestles With False Election Claims
    Depending on the media outlet and political preference, the distance between truth and illusion is vast. People can become trapped in their own bubbles.
  • Web Platforms Face Continued Criticism Over Election Policies
    On Monday night, Twitter took 40 minutes to place a warning label on a tweet by President Trump. By the time Twitter acted, the post had been retweeted more than 55,000 times, according to researchers at Election Integrity Partnership.
  • What Do Insta Influencers Actually Earn?
    Some averages: $370 for a feed post, when photos and videos show up in the feeds of followers, and $670 for a video.
  • C-Suiters Look To Social Media For Customer Engagement
    Chinese companies have been leading the charge, with some creating virtual "key opinion leaders" or influencers.
  • 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?
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