Facebook is caught between the dollars of its advertisers today and its eagerness to avoid regulation tomorrow.
Google will pay some publishers for their content for a new news product.
US states, cities, police forces and tech companies are turning their backs on facial recognition technology. Why is Australia continuing to embrace it?
History 101 for Josh Frydenberg, and practical help for BLM. Plus more tips and murmurs from the Crikey bunker.
At its height, Vice Australia employed about 50 staff. Today its news operations are one writer and one editor.
The opaque ad tech system – dominated by Google and Facebook – absorbs half the money spent on online advertising.
A Victorian judge has handed down a decision that extends the reach of defamation law way further into the search engine’s bowels than had previously been thought possible.
News Corp falsely claims tech giants like Google steal content from it. And now Josh Frydenberg has endorsed its lies.
Australian news publishers are excited about a mandatory code of conduct for Google and Facebook, but they should prepare for a fight.