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Forbes Social Media News
Jun 20, 2019

Email Is Not Your Master
A few years ago I was asked to speak on a panel of female entrepreneurs to discuss our journey into the world of business ownership. At the same time, I was in the middle of a resolution I had committed to. A resolution I called the "Year of No" and that included email.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 20, 2019

Facebook's Libra Needs To Answer Three Questions
Libra, Facebook's new cryptocurrency, brought up many questions that need to be answered prior to it becoming a reality.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 20, 2019

Is Social Media Simply Too Sick And Depraved To Continue?
The Verge's latest expose on the inhuman working conditions of Facebook's content moderators sheds light once again on the depravity of the human condition and the indescribable horrors that people all across the world share on social media. Has social media become so dark as to be beyond hope?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 20, 2019

Adtech Industry Ignores Data Protection Laws, U.K. Regulator Rules
The multi-billion-dollar real-time bidding (RTB) adtech industry is processing data unlawfully, the UK's data protection regulator has ruled.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 20, 2019

Is Big Tech Too Big Or Not Big Enough?
Tech companies are starting to speak out of both sides of their mouth when it comes to monitoring hate speech as bipartisan investigations in the U.S. gain traction.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 20, 2019

Facebook's Content Moderators As Modern Coal Miners
Our modern-day coal miners are unfortunately doomed to work themselves into early deaths until the coming AI revolution can replace them, yet another casualty of the dark machinery that lurks beneath the happy sunny Web we all take for granted.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 20, 2019

Libra: An Interesting Idea, If Only Facebook Weren'tInvolved
Libra is an interesting idea and hugely ambitious: a universal cryptocurrency has huge potential to do good. But unfortunately, it's in the wrong hands. Bearing in mind the disaster that Facebook created with our personal data, one can only wonder at what it will do with our financial transactions.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 19, 2019

Do Instagram's Ads Reinforce Harmful Stereotypes?
As society is becoming more aware of the dangers of sexist stereotypes and the immense harm such imagery can have on body image and body confidence, it raises the question of whether social platforms should be required to do more to cull ads that promote harmful stereotypes.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 19, 2019

Fortnite Star Streamer Ninja Signs Book Series Deal With Random House Imprints
Online video game live-streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins announces deals with two Random House units to release multiple books, including how-to guides and a graphic-novel series.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 19, 2019

YouTube Under Investigation For Being Dangerous To Children
The FTC is in the "late stages" of an investigation, according to a Washington Post report.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 19, 2019

Fighting Deep Fakes Through Cellular Verification
As deep fakes increasingly compete with legitimate imagery in the informational ecosystem, it is increasingly difficult to determine whether a controversial video is real or was digitally altered or fabricated. Could cellular verification or end-to-end encryption offer one possible first step?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 19, 2019

As Darkness Spreads, Digital Security Is a Matter of Life and Death
Neither social media giants nor law enforcement is prepared to deal with the scale of depravity, exploitation, immorality and lawlessness captured on smartphone cameras around the world and posted on social media sites.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 19, 2019

Would Breaking Up Digital Platforms Enhance Free Speech?
Regulating platforms to ensure access to diverse information and political perspectives might be a better fix.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 19, 2019

Why TV Meteorologists Will 'Show Their Stripes' For Climate On June 21st
Why television meteorologists from around the world will be "showing their stripes" on June 21st

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 19, 2019

The Right To Unplug And Silence The World
The Web brought the chaotic cacophony of the entire world to our doorsteps. Perhaps the killer app of tomorrow will be something that doesn't enlighten or entertain us, but rather which blocks it all out and gives us a moment of peace.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 19, 2019

Cannes Lions Festival Now: The Power Trifecta Of Influencers, Culture And Brands
How uber-influencers like Chrissy Teigen are connecting at massive levels.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

The Importance Of Canary Ads For Social Media Analytics
Specially crafted social media ads known as ‘canary ads' can be used to assess baseline platform changes, ad selector deviations and even act as early warning signals for changing business conditions.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Would A Foreign Power Interfere To Get Elizabeth Warren Elected? The Geopolitics Of Busting Big Tech
Any U.S. politician taking on Big Tech can split the world into two opposing camps. Elizabeth Warren's candidacy might prove to be an excellent test of the geopolitical - in addition to the market -- power of Silicon Valley.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Much Of Our Government Digital Surveillance Is Outsourced To Private Companies
From acquiring and managing the vast datasets recording our daily lives to providing analytic software and services on top of that data, much of what we think of as government surveillance is actually performed by private companies, often with far fewer privacy safeguards or cyber protections.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Resilience In The Workplace: What Can A 3,000-Mile Atlantic Challenge Teach Us
How do we develop both the personal and team resilience needed to bounce back from adversity and to learn from tricky situations?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Resilience In The Workplace: What Can A 3000 Mile Atlantic Challenge Teach Us
How do we develop both the personal and team resilience needed to bounce back from adversity and to learn from tricky situations?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

The Changing Culture Of Media Advertisements
How has advertising from television to the internet changed how we view advertising over the years and how have our viewing expectations informed how advertising is designed and executed today?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Are Behaviorally Targeted And Interest-Based Ads Really As Powerful As We Claim?
The modern ad-supported Web is built upon the idea that behaviorally-targeted and interest-based ads are vastly superior. There are growing questions about the future of such ads and whether there might be alternatives that yield similar returns but are far more privacy-protecting.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Ex-Snapchat And Quidsi Execs Launch Site To Bring ‘Joy Back' To Shopping
Imran Khan, the former chief strategy officer at Snapchat, along with his wife, Cate Khan, who previously worked at Quidsi, have launched Verishop, a new online platform some see as a potential challenge to Amazon.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Ex-Snapchat And Quidsi Execs Launch Verishop To Bring ‘Joy Back To Shopping'
Imran Khan, the former chief strategy officer at Snapchat, along with his wife, Cate Khan, who previously worked at Quidsi, have launched Verishop, a new online platform some see as a potential challenge to Amazon.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Ex-Snapchat And Quidsi Execs Launch Verishop To Bring ‘Joy Back' To Shopping
Imran Khan, the former chief strategy officer at Snapchat, along with his wife, Cate Khan, who previously worked at Quidsi, have launched Verishop, a new online platform some see as a potential challenge to Amazon.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Is Social Media's Toxicity Because Of The Web's Shift From Enlightenment To Entertainment?
Could the key to the Web's salvation lie in a return to enlightenment?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Mark Zuckerberg Is About To Become The Head Of A Swiss Bank. 3 Reasons It Should Make You Think
Libra is the new Facebook cryptocurrency and unlike others, it has the right components to potentially rock our daily lives. Facebook and its stoic founder Mark Zuckerberg might have a very big grin on its face when this is all settled

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Coming Out Videos On YouTube Are Entering A New Era
"I'm Gay" by Eugene Lee Yang and "Basically I'm Gay" by Daniel Howell break from traditional coming out videos by painting a much more nuanced and complex picture of coming out.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 18, 2019

Four Things To Do This Summer To Advance Your Career
When summer arrives, it's a signal to relax and take a much needed break. It's also a time to engage is career-boosting activities so you're ready to grow professionally when fall arrives.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 17, 2019

Social Media Is Not A Replacement For Professional Polling
Social media platforms, especially Twitter, have become the go-to datasets for the modern organization wishing to understand popular perception about an issue. The problems with this approach are many.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 17, 2019

Why Is Addictive Social Media Bad While Addictive Streaming Movie Platforms Are Good?
What is it that makes spending hours surfing social media a behavior to be corrected, while spending hours streaming movies is a behavior to be encouraged and something that has risen to pop culture phenomenon?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 17, 2019

Neo-Nazi Website Daily Stormer Ordered To Pay $4.1 Million To Dean Obeidallah
A federal judge today ordered the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer and its controversial editor Andrew Anglin to pay $4.1 million to Muslim Comedian Dean Obeidallah for falsely accusing him of being the mastermind behind the 2017 terrorist attack at a U. K. pop concert that left 22 dead.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 17, 2019

Elon Musk Continues Bizarre Twitter Use
Over the weekend, Musk said he was deleting his account and refused to credit an artist for their work.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 17, 2019

Elon Musk Continues Bizarre Twitter Use Over A Wild Weekend
Over the weekend, Musk said he was deleting his account and refused to credit an artist for their work.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 17, 2019

10 Ways Millennials Are Saving Resources and How Innovators Can take Advantage
The Pew Research Center defines millennials as people born between 1981 to 1996 who are now 23 to 38 years old. They also contribute to 21% of end-user discretionary purchases, which are anticipated to exceed one trillion dollars per year.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 17, 2019

Facebook's Cryptocurrency: Great Idea, WrongCompany
All the signs are that Facebook is about to launch its cryptocurrency on June 18, a project known internally as Libra, and that soon, apparently, we will all be using. So what are the implications of a company with 2.4 billion users launching its own currency?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 17, 2019

Cheap Summer Travel: 23 Best Places To Go Now
Travel experts share the cheapest places to travel this summer.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 17, 2019

Cheapest Summer Travel: 24 Best Places To Go Now
Travel experts share the cheapest places to travel this summer.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 17, 2019

Venmo Opens Your Transaction History To Anyone Who Wants To Look. Here's How To Fix It
Your Venmo transaction history is an open book by default.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 16, 2019

Amazon Primed: 'Spark' Closure, 'Amazon Restaurants' Closure, Amazon Games Woes
'Amazon Primed' is a short recap of the larger stories that dominated the headlines this week surrounding everyone's favourite cardboard abuser, Amazon. Subscribe to 'What Did Amazon Do This Week ' newsletter for the full download (called 'Obsessive...in the very best way.").

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 15, 2019

6 Types Of Influencers And How To Identify A "True" Influencer
Tamara McCleary, a top influencer, explains how marketers can find and leverage these 6 types of influencers (hint, they aren't always celebrities) to harness the "potency of a diverse group of influencers to get the word out" about your brand.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 15, 2019

6 Types Of Influencers And How To Identify A 'True' Influencer
Tamara McCleary, a top influencer, explains how marketers can find and leverage these 6 types of influencers (hint, they aren't always celebrities) to harness the "potency of a diverse group of influencers to get the word out" about your brand.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 15, 2019

Could AI Enable The Idea Of 'Reverse Fact Checking'?
What if we required every social media post to provide external attribution for its claims and used deep learning algorithms to compare the statements in the post to their original material they cite as their source? Could this "reverse fact checking" largely curb the spread of digital falsehoods?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 15, 2019

Is 'Governance By Twitter' Destroying Cooperation?
Could the increasing use of short-form social media platforms be destroying the very cooperation and collaboration that is so vital to a healthy and functioning democracy?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 15, 2019

Theory, Hypothesis, And Law - Debunking A Climate Change Contrarian Tactic
Dramatic warming in Greenland is a good opportunity to debunk how some people frame climate change as "theory."

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 14, 2019

Could Digital Assistants Be Our Personalized Toxicity Filters For Social Media?
Could our future digital assistants act as personalized toxicity filters for social media, shielding us with custom tailored blockades against the hate and horrors that affect us most?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 14, 2019

Could Our Future Personal Digital Assistants Curate Social Media For Us?
Could our personal digital assistants of the future wade through the vast social wasteland on our behalf, tracking down content and curating a specialized feed that represents what we want to see, not what social platforms want us to see and even shield us from hate?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 14, 2019

A New Report Says More Americans Are Beating Cancer Than Ever. Is Our Healthcare System Ready?
According to estimates from the "Cancer Treatment and Survivorship Statistics, 2019," cancer survivors are predicted to number over 22 million by 2030, and as survivors grow in number, new approaches to treating them will be necessary.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 14, 2019

Instagram's Positivity Problem: Do We Actually Need Toxicity To Enjoy The Web?
The most vital question of the modern Web is whether toxicity is not merely a natural tendency of a digital world built for humans but whether it is actually a necessary evil for us to accept and enjoy that world.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 14, 2019

A Visual Web: Would An Instagram Without Text Solve The Web's Toxicity Problem?
Could a visual-first Web in which text is outlawed and communication is exclusively through imagery solve the toxicity problem?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 14, 2019

Could Forcing Thoughtful Civil Discourse Save Social Media From Its Toxicity?
What if we created a new kind of social platform where profanity, sarcasm and emotionally-laden diatribes are all an artifact of the past?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Could Limiting Social Media To 'Happy' Posts Fix Online Toxicity?
Artificially forcing social media to become a "happy" caricature of society would likely merely reinforce society's divides, but how can we empower our critical national discussions while addressing the rampant casual toxicity that makes those conversations ever harder to have?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Is It Actually Possible To Solve Online Toxicity?
Social platforms must move beyond their current focus on limited quick fixes to overt hate speech towards solutions that address the "casual toxicity" that fills their platforms and which presents one of the greatest latent dangers of today's digital world.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Iran Tops Russia On Twitter's Latest List Of Government-Backed Banned Accounts
Twitter banned nearly 4,800 accounts associated with the Iranian government, compared to only four connected to Russia's Internet Research Agency — a sharp decline for Russia from the last data sweep.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Sudan's Social Media Presence Can't Be Suppressed
Even in the midst of an internet blackout, the country's fight for civilian rule dominates social media.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Would Replacing Anonymity With A Single Universal Social Media ID Fix The Web's Toxicity?
Would a single shared universal social media identity solve online toxicity by restoring the coercive power of identity? Or would it merely entrench and enhance it? The only certainty is that a new approach is needed to how we communicate online.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

'Fortnite' Creator Epic Games Acquires Social Media App Houseparty
The move gives Houseparty access to a massive user base and extensive resources while it further highlights Epic Games' growing influence in the social media space.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Is Social Media Really To Blame For Our Toxic Web Or Is It Globalization And Will Community Fix It?
Is globalization and the loss of community truly at the core of the Web's increasing toxicity and will the return to community result in a healthier Web?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Google Confirms Disappointing Google Photos Feature Cancellation
Google confirms the removal of one of my most-used Google Photos features.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Netflix And Spotify Users Are The Most Likely To Be Hacked -- Here's What To Do
Netflix, Spotify, EA and Xbox are among the services most likely to be targeted by hackers, a survey has found. Here's how to ensure you don't become a victim

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Netflix And Spotify Users Most Likely To Be Hacked -- Here's What To Do
Netflix, Spotify, EA and Xbox are among the services most likely to be targeted by hackers, a survey has found. Here's how to ensure you don't become a victim

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

A Video Game From 2016 Predicted Today's Headlines
"You are now less valuable than the data you produce."

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Telegram Hack Blamed On China As Protests Take Place In Hong Kong
Telegram was hit by a DDoS attack on Wednesday that coincided with anti-government protests taking place in Hong Kong. The firm's CEO has blamed China for the attack

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Telegram Hack Blamed On China Coincides With Hong Kong Protests
Telegram was hit by a DDoS attack on Wednesday that coincided with protests taking place in Hong Kong. The firm's CEO has blamed China for the attack

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Telegram Hack Blamed On China Hits As Protests Take Place In Hong Kong
Telegram was hit by a DDoS attack on Wednesday that coincided with protests taking place in Hong Kong. The firm's CEO has blamed China for the attack

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 13, 2019

Unilever, Two Venture Funds Invest $12 Million In CreatorIQ Influencer-Marketing Platform
Unilever's investment arm and two venture funds put up $12 million to back CreatorIQ, a Los Angeles-area software company that advises brands on influencer-marketing campaigns. Unilever has been a prominent critic of influencer fraud, which CreatorIQ helps detect, among other capabilities.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 12, 2019

Facebook Watch: A Mystery Wrapped Around 720 Million Viewers
Facebook says it's reaching 720 million users with its Facebook Watch video product. But questions remain just how many viewers are watching each program, and for how long. Facebook claims to invest over a billion dollars in video content, but is it paying off?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 12, 2019

More Bad News For Facebook: Officials Worry Emails Link Zuckerberg To Privacy Problems
As early as 2012, emails appear to show the Facebook CEO knew of a potentially problematic app.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 12, 2019

Report: Facebook Officials Worried Emails Link Mark Zuckerberg To Questionable Privacy Practices
As early as 2012, emails appear to show the Facebook CEO knew of a potentially problematic app.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 12, 2019

'Not In My Backyard' - Environmental Justice 101
What is environmental justice and why does it matter?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 12, 2019

Private Social: Discord's 250M Users Are Already Where Facebook Wants To Go
Private social is the living room, not the town hall. It's the water cooler, not the stage.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 12, 2019

To Protect Free Speech, Reform Section 230. Don't Put It Into The USMCA.
Article 19.17 of the US-Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) unwisely expands the legal immunity for internet platforms provided by section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. To preserve free speech, Congress must remove this provisionand rewrite section 230.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 12, 2019

To protect free speech, reform section 230; don't put it into the USMCA
Article 19.17 of the US-Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA) unwisely expands the legal immunity for internet platforms provided by section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. To preserve free speech, Congress must remove this provisionand rewrite section 230.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 11, 2019

Instagram Won't Take Down Mark Zuckerberg Deepfake
Artists created a fake video of Zuckerberg for an exhibit to illustrate how doctored videos known as deepfakes can appear almost identical to the real thing.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 11, 2019

Nancy Pelosi Reportedly Ghosts Mark Zuckerberg Over Viral Doctored Video
The House Speaker hasn't responded to the Facebook founder's calls, according to report.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 11, 2019

Billionaires Jim Breyer and Thomas Tull Lead $15 Million Bet That Genies' Avatars Will Be Next Big Thing In Social
Early Facebook investor Jim Breyer is betting on Genies' cartoon-like avatars turning into the next social breakout.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 11, 2019

LeBron Rolls Into The Hyper-Luxury Luggage Market With Rimowa
The worlds of sports and luxury are merging once again as part of a wider generational shift with Rimowa and LeBron James. By including King James in its latest campaign, Rimowa may be able to excel at forging culturally relevant collaborations and boost sales.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 11, 2019

The Texting Doorbell Is The Anti-Doorbell Doorbell
The Texting Doorbell is a doorbell that sends a text instead of ringing. It solves a problem that didn't really exist before its existence.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 11, 2019

New Security Warning Issued For Google's 1.5 Billion Gmail And Calendar Users
More than one billion users of Google's Gmail and Calendar applications are being warned about a newly discovered security threat. Here's what you need to know.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 11, 2019

Ice Bucket Challenge Boosted ALS Association Annual Funding By 187 Percent: Report
A new report commissioned by the ALS Association shows that the 'Ice Bucket Challenge,' which took the internet by storm in 2014, increased annual funding for the ALS Association by 187 percent.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 11, 2019

Ice Bucket Challenge Boosted ALS Association Annual Funding By 187%: Report
A new report commissioned by the ALS Association shows that the 'Ice Bucket Challenge,' which took the internet by storm in 2014, increased annual funding for the ALS Association by 187%.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 11, 2019

Antitrust Probe Starts Today With Focus On Big Tech's Profits From News
A congressional panel will today kick off its anti-trust investigation into Google, Amazon, Apple and Facebook with an examination of the way they affect the news media landscape.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 10, 2019

YouTube CEO Apologizes To LGBTQ Community But Defends Company's Choice On Controversial Channel
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki defended the company's decision not to ban conservative personality Stephen Crowder during an appearance at the Code Conference in Arizona on Monday.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 10, 2019

A Swift Kik Or A Slow Roll? Crypto Lawyers Address Tough Questions About SEC V. Kik Interactive Inc.
As crypto litigation hits the headlines, many in the blockchain space are focused on the SEC's recent complaint against Kik Interactive Inc. However, some crypto lawyers believe that, in the near term, the NY AG's ongoing proceeding against Bitfinex and Tether may have greater industry consequences.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 10, 2019

Welcome To A Millennials Dominated Workforce By 2020. 4 Questions That Need to be Answered For Them
Millennials are about to dominate the global workforce. However, the world they face is not the world they might have been schooled in. The assessments they need to make about the digital health of the employer are vital for a successful career launch pad. They have to ask some tough questions.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 09, 2019

Microsoft Will Be Bigger Than Apple, Amazon & Google (But Not Walmart)
Microsoft can become the largest technology company in the world -- even bigger than Amazon, Apple and Google -- by dominating the converging consumer/corporate product/service market while building on its already ubiquitous technology infrastructure.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 09, 2019

Google's Vision AI Found Two Hours Of Trump's Tweets In A Week Of Television News
Google's Vision AI scanned a week of television news for Twitter references, finding 2 hours of Trump tweets and 23 total hours of onscreen Twitter handles, illustrating just how symbiotic Twitter and television have become.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 09, 2019

5 Ways Society Sabotages Girls' Interest In Science And Math
Here are five reasons girls avoid science and math.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 09, 2019

Amazon Primed: New Drone Design, India Cash Injection, New Fashion Product
'Amazon Primed' is a short recap of the larger stories that dominated the headlines this week surrounding everyone's favourite cardboard abuser, Amazon. Subscribe to 'What Did Amazon Do This Week ' newsletter for the full download (called 'Obsessive...in the very best way.").

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 09, 2019

'Facebook Rants' Holds A Mirror Up To Techtopia
A new comedy show is causing a stir in tech and Hollywood circles, 'Facebook Rants' is a look at an industry in trouble and the effects it has on people.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 08, 2019

The Most Annoying Thing About LinkedIn And How To Handle It
If your annoyance level with LinkedIn is increasing, it's likely because of how some members are using it.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 07, 2019

The EU's 'Right To Be Forgotten' Is A Blueprint For The Future Of Disinformation
Looking more closely at the powers demanded by the EU, in the hands of a nation like Russia they offer an almost perfect blueprint for the future of disinformation and foreign influence.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 07, 2019

The Trifecta: How Art, Data And Technology Drive Creativity At WE Communications
An evolving media landscape of connected communications requires a new model for creative teams.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 07, 2019

More Stalled Hurricanes And Less Wind Shear - Bad News For U.S. Coasts
New studies show that hurricanes are stalling near the U.S. East Coast as environments become more favorable for intensification.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 07, 2019

A Beginner's Guide To Online Privacy: 12 Important Tips
Members of Forbes Technology Council share their top online do's and don'ts both individuals and businesses should follow to boost their online privacy.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 07, 2019

The EU's 'Right To Be Forgotten' Shows Once Again How Little The EU Understands About The Web
The EU's failure to understand how the Web works and the unintended consequences of its actions reminds us about the grave dangers when non-technical politicians seek to regulate complex technologies in a globalized world.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 07, 2019

Reflections On The 30th Anniversary Of The First "Dot-Com"
30 years ago, I launched the first internet-based business, what would become known as a "dot-com" by finding a loophole in rules against commercialization of the early network. I tell the story of that history, and offer reflections on how everything has changed in those amazing 30 years.

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 06, 2019

In Less Than A Decade Twitter Has Gone From Empowering Democratic Activists To Silencing Them
In a world where Twitter now silences democracy activists rather than empower them, is there any hope left for the Web?

Forbes Social Media News
Jun 06, 2019

In Searching For Middle Ground, YouTube Angers Everyone
The right says YouTube is silencing creators. The left says it's ignoring anti-LGBT harassment. A history teacher is caught in the middle.

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