The news comes as Australia’s parliament began debating a law that would force Google and Facebook to compensate media companies for showing their content.
Gayle Tait says the pandemic helped push her to join the re-commerce company.
The firm is the first luxury fashion house to join The Valuable 500, a global initiative that works to promote the rights of people with disabilities.
With the vaccine rollout still in its earliest stages, false information about it is rampant, and apparently targeting specific communities.
After years of public barbs and private talks, Internet rulers may start to regularly pay publishers for their content.
Facebook and Google apparently agreed to help each other in ad tech … and antitrust defense.
States say Google has far too much power on the Internet and looking to break parts of it up. Google says such a move would hurt consumers.
The tech giant will be required to make certain “commitments” in order for the deal to be completed.
Work-from-home policies may not go away entirely, but the prospects of a return to the office are starting to look up.
Although a couple of large players were selected, like Vox and Gannett, most of the recipients are local newsrooms.