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The Washington Post has an investigative article about merchants using Facebook to flood their products and services on Amazon with beneficial fake reviews in order to entice consumers to purchase them. The article is newsworthy in showing that Amazon is …
Facebook’s announced change to its news feed algorithms to create more personal content for users has been in the news the last few days. Facebook’s news feed has been crucial to publishers’ efforts to increase clicks. Publishers are concerned that …
The social media site adds 400 videos a minute and that’s the source of YouTube’s PR problem. It hasn’t adequately reviewed all of them and has “come under fire for posting videos aimed at children with violent and sexual themes”, …
The freewheeling content found on the Internet is starting to see boundaries. In the wake of Russian fake news and other outrageous content, more aggregating websites are looking at the need to manage their content. Reddit, whose website is “the …
This “Ericsson Consumer and Industry Insight Report October 2017” on “TV and Media” is absolutely full of amazing information and easy to digest graphics on the rapid changes taking place in TV watching. Just a few of the interesting facts …
A monkey looks into the lens of an unattended camera, shoots a selfie and starts a legal battle. At the heart of it is whether non-humans have ownership rights to a creative product. The lawsuit between the camera’s owner and …
Last night CBS News introduced “CBSN: On Assignment”, a newsmagazine. CBSN is the network’s streaming service. “The idea is to give broadcast exposure to the more immersive storytelling used on CBSN, said Mosheh Oinounou, the series’ executive producer.” The hope …