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Indian media industry bodies face off against Google, government

Indian media industry bodies face off against Google, government

While the Indian Newspaper Society is demanding a greater share of ad revenues from Google, the IAMAI is upset with

After much debate, Australia's Parliament passes news media code

After much debate, Australia's Parliament passes news media code

Days after Facebook pulled the plug on News in the country, The Treasury Laws Amendment (News Media and Digital Platforms

TikTok cracks down on misinformation in latest global transparency report

TikTok cracks down on misinformation in latest global transparency report

The platform revealed it removed 3.5 million ads and pieces of content containing misinformation, including on COVID-19 and global elections.

Facebook campaign pushes benefits of targeted ads for small businesses

Facebook campaign pushes benefits of targeted ads for small businesses

The activation features small business owners who have stayed connected to customers on Facebook during the pandemic, as well as

Facebook bans Myanmar military and ads from military-linked companies

Facebook bans Myanmar military and ads from military-linked companies

This just-announced move not only bans military-controlled state and media entities from Facebook and Instagram but also prohibits ads from

Slim Jim’s Long Boi Gang is heading to Twitch

Slim Jim’s Long Boi Gang is heading to Twitch

A behind-the-scenes look at how the brand is trying to recreate its success on Instagram.

Tech lobbying groups file lawsuit against nation’s first digital advertising tax

Tech lobbying groups file lawsuit against nation’s first digital advertising tax

Lobbying groups have argued that the tax would harm smaller businesses and jobs in the state.

How brands can leverage emerging audio platforms like Clubhouse

How brands can leverage emerging audio platforms like Clubhouse

Accessibility and authenticity are keys to audio renaissance.

Wendy’s clarifies it is ‘definitely, totally’ not behind @DefNotWendys Twitter account
Australia to press ahead with media bargaining law despite backlash

Australia to press ahead with media bargaining law despite backlash

As Facebook pulls news sites offline, prime minister Scott Morrison is unbowed, telling social media users he "won't be intimidated"

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