Trishla is Adweek's tech policy reporter covering big tech through the lens of privacy and security, data protection, regulation, antitrust and more. A 2021 graduate of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Trishla previously worked as an agency strategist and content creator for 22feet Tribal Worldwide and Yellow Seed.
Lobbyists fear that if the law is passed, advertisers will leave in droves.
Tweets that are determined to contain misinformation will not be pulled from the platform, but they will be blocked from algorithmic promotion.
Agencies are expanding their privacy competencies and shifting away from leaning solely on legal teams.
Sen. Michael F.Bennet of Colorado introduced a bill last week to establish a new five-person commission that would be responsible for protecting people against tech platforms like Facebook and Twitter, [...]
U.S. based privacy-centric search engine Neeva plans to expand in Europe.
The issue at stake is Google’s mammoth influence and control over the Android app distribution.
Concerns have been raised about its impact on free speech.
The tech platform is cracking down on advertisers and publishers looking to profit from controversy.
Wendyverse ads drove higher-than-average ad recall.