The fall of Quibi: how did a starry $1.75bn Netflix rival crash so fast?

Nearly three months ago, in early April, the $1.75bn content experiment known as Quibi lurched from its rocky, much-maligned promotional campaign into full-scale...

Peers call for tougher regulation of digital and social media in UK

Ministers are being urged to toughen up the regulation of digital and social media because “a pandemic of misinformation and disinformation” is eroding...

Starbucks to pause advertising across social media to help stop hate speech

Starbucks Corp will pause advertising on all social media platforms as it explores the best ways to help stop the spread of hate...

Facebook fails to stem advertising boycott over hate speech

Facebook's efforts to stem a growing client boycott by introducing new policies failed over the weekend, with big brands including Diageo, Starbucks and...

Australian regional media to gain funding after 'catastrophic' ad revenue fall

More than 100 regional newspaper publishers and broadcasters across Australia are set to gain funding through a federal government scheme to help media...

Top Brazil newspaper in pro-democracy drive as unease grows about Bolsonaro

One of Brazil’s leading newspapers has launched a major pro-democracy campaign as unease grows about the threat many fear Jair Bolsonaro and his...

LinkedIn Publishes New Data on How the Tech Conversation is Evolving During COVID-19 [Infographic]

With businesses now relying on their tech infrastructure more than ever before, LinkedIn has published a new overview of how the tech discussion...

The Most Common Website Mistakes Affecting Your SEO in 2020 [Infographic]

Ensure you're not making some common SEO mistakes with this infographic listing. READ SOURCE

The UK social media platform where neo-Nazis can view terror atrocities

A UK-registered technology company with British directors is behind a global platform used by neo-Nazis to upload footage of racist killings. BitChute, which was...