Google Resumes Political Advertising Following Insurrection Pause
The tech giant stopped such ads in mid-January.
Maryland’s Digital Advertising Tax Is a Mess
The problems with Maryland's digital ad tax.
Snapchat Spotlight Has Already Amassed 100 Million Users
The TikTok-like feature has been doling out $1 million a day to creators.
On Reddit and Discord, Digital Day Traders Took On Wall Street
Users attempt to 'fight injustice and expose the system.'
Audio-Only Platform Clubhouse Is the App for People Who Miss Conferences
The platform has attracted hype from celebrities and venture capitalists.
Google and Australia Are Fighting Over News. Here’s What You Need to Know
The government wants to hold the search giant and other online platforms accountable for royalties.
How Refinery29’s Unbothered Produces Must-Attend Virtual Events for Black Women
Wash Day is part of brand’s ongoing audience engagement strategy.
How Donald Trump Lost the War on TikTok
"They escaped," one expert said about the app. "That's how I'd put it."
The Great De-Platforming Continues: Snapchat Permanently Bans Donald Trump
It has followed the lead of Twitter, the only other platform to permanently ban the president.
‘The Balkanization of the Internet’: Amazon, Google and Twitter on Privacy Laws
At CES 2021, executives discussed the future of online consumer protection.
YouTube Becomes Latest Platform to Temporarily Ban Trump
The president cannot currently post on Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter or Twitch.
Don’t Weep for Parler as Amazon, Apple and Google Pull the Plug
The conservative app refused calls for moderation—and paid the price.
Social Media Platform Parler Removed from Apple and Google’s App Stores
Parler, the social media platform that's become popular among conservatives in recent months, has been removed from both major mobile application marketplaces for failing to adequately moderate content on its [...]
Unionized Google Workers Want Company to Return to Its ‘Don’t Be Evil’ Roots
This minority union could have less collective bargaining power than majority unions.