It's time to find new ways for advertising to support the discovery of independent news.
The headaches for social media companies are only increasing, yet it appears even long-standing CEOs of these companies don't have any answers yet.
The competition regulator has started from first principles to consider journalism, its social benefits and threats to its business model. But it doesn't get very far with solutions.
The ACCC is trying to get to grips with how to regulate Google and Facebook. You'd think that would be good news to the groups currently being dominated...
Facebook, Google, even Amazon should 'fess up to the fact that they're publishers and act accordingly, say experts.
In a talk at the Melbourne Business School this week, Hal Varian, Google's chief economist, had very few answers for the most pressing issues facing Google and its ilk.
Despite a colossal level of hype, a few small signs indicate driverless cars might be on our roads sooner rather than later.
Good morning, early birds. A Tamil refugee separated from his family in Australia has been arrested and released in Sri Lanka. Plus, concerns after a report into Australia's tax system. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Stories abound of people who mentioned a subject while their phone was sitting idle, then got bombarded with online ads about that subject.