The Geelong Advertiser has been found in breach of the Press Council's standard on reporting suicide.
A new generation of moguls might understand disruption but have a slightly looser understanding of the truth.
Stories abound of people who mentioned a subject while their phone was sitting idle, then got bombarded with online ads about that subject.
Eddie McGuire was used in a fake article endorsing an erectile dysfunction supplement last month. He said he'd sue, but is there any point? What's the smart play here?
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The social media monolith's efforts to grow by bringing free proprietary internet services to developing regions of the Asia Pacific has undermined press freedoms and enabled sectarian tension.
As the banking Royal Commission makes clear, the need for social ownership and public control of financial institutions is more important than ever. And it doesn't stop there.
Facebook is intent on denying it has a monopoly on the market. Is that going to fly with the competition regulator?