• 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?
  • 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.
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