The EU’s latest ruling against Meta is different than ATT because it is an attack on first party data and a company’s ability to make money.
More on Twitter, including the company’s real regulatory risk, and following-up on advertisers pulling back.
The E.U.’s DMA has some good ideas, but is fundamentally misguided and will make things worse for everyone.
More on Clubhouse, including the importance of AirPods, why it is different than Meerkat, conflict between privacy and competition, and monetization options.
Blaming Facebook and Google for the media industry’s trouble inevitably leads to bad regulations with unintended consequences and the end of accountability for big tech.
Facebook is under pressure from all sides, but that actually means it has an opportunity to build the platform it has always wanted — in digital ads.
Data portability is friendly to consumers, but it has very little to do with encouraging competition, at least relative to interoperability.
The current privacy debate is making things worse by not considering trade-offs, the inherent nature of digital, or the far bigger problems that come with digitizing the offline world.
HBO Max is AT&T’s new streaming service, and it is paying a lot for Friends. Then, the best part of GDPR has its intended effect, while Zoom shows that security still isn’t a priority
Breaking down the Chris Hughes article about breaking up Facebook: it’s better than you think. Plus, the fundamental paradox when it comes to arguments about regulating Facebook.