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YouTube pulled down the channel of UK radio station TalkRadio, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp, for apparent violations of its Covid-19 misinformation guidelines – but restored it shortly after “further review”.
A Delaware computer repair shop owner sued Twitter, alleging the social network defamed him by effectively labeling him a “hacker” after his business was cited as the source for info obtained from a laptop allegedly owned by Hunter Biden that served as the basis for several New York Post articles published in October.
Google said it’s within reach of negotiating a compromise on legislation that would force it to pay for Australian news, as the US giant continues a public campaign to get the proposed law watered down.
Facebook Inc has flashed a warning to global regulators by taking a hardball stance against Australia’s plan to force it to pay media companies for stories.
‘All girls, buy it!’ In China, Perfect Diary gives cosmetics world a makeover with livestreams, low prices
With chat groups, video streams and low prices for foundation, China’s Perfect Diary has emerged from nowhere four years ago to become a cosmetics giant for the digital age, trailing only L’Oreal and LVMH in the world’s No 2 market for make-up.
It would be better for Silicon Valley’s social media companies if they could hold on a little longer to their fraying image as innocuous providers of cat videos and inspirational quotes, rather than under-regulated behemoths with the power to sway electorates. By putting that issue so firmly on the agenda, the Trump administration hasn’t done them any favours.
Zhang Yiming is the little-known Chinese entrepreneur who built TikTok into one of the most promising franchises on the Internet. Now the brainy, combative founder is under pressure to save the business from Trump administration threats.
Australia’s competition regulator will this month publish draft rules forcing Facebook and Google to share revenue generated from news with the original publishers.
Facebook on June 15 rejected calls from the Australian government and news companies that it share advertising revenue with the media, suggesting it would rather cut news content from its platform.
In a world governed by quarantine and social distancing rules, even lead managers on multi-billion dollar deals have had to curtail travel and drop the personal touch in favour of video conferences and phone calls to woo potential investors.