Marketing Day: Pinterest’s new CMO, Facebook’s holiday pop-…

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Could Google’s Discover turn search into Facebook’s news fe…

Google’s famously sparse homepage is about to get busy, as the company begins the rollout of its new Discover feed. Starting in the US, Google.com’s homepage on Android, and in the Google app for Android and iOS, will see the addition of cards for articles below the search box. It is, in essence, a built-in […]

Will Google’s homepage news feed repeat Facebook’s mistakes…

I woke up this morning to two pieces of news that I couldn’t help but see as two sides of the same coin: Brazil elected a person who very clearly looks like a demagogue who weaponized social media to win, and Google finally placed a news feed on its mobile homepage. These two things are, […]

Facebook’s purge of left-wing media: A frontal assault on f…

  Facebook’s purge of left-wing media: A frontal assault on freedom of speech 15 October 2018 On Thursday, Facebook carried out a mass purge of left-wing political pages as part of an ongoing conspiracy by the state and the technology monopolies to censor the internet. Over 800 pages and accounts, with a combined following in […]

‘The Creepy Line’ Takes On Google, Facebook’s Power To Mani…

What price are you willing to pay to protect your personal information online? How much power should massive corporations like Google and Facebook be allowed to have over the flow of information in a free society? Where is the line between tech companies legitimately attempting to monetize their services through targeted advertising and outright predatory […]