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TikTok deal talks got hung up over whether or not TikTok can export the app's algorithms, and Apple made headlines for delaying the rollout of a potentially disastrous iOS 14 change that's been panicking the advertising community.
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Service journalism has long provided reliable traffic for publishers. But news outlets have found it to be a particularly important source of reader engagement and advertiser interest amid the pandemic.
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Digital mortgage platforms have the potential to reduce discrimination. But automated systems provide rich opportunities to perpetuate bias, too.
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Platforms like Airbnb have been criticized for raising living costs in popular cities. Now, officials are trying to move properties aimed at tourists to long-term leases.
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Even in a non-hell year, running a successful startup is a tremendous lift. After the events of 2020, however, no doubt many already lean businesses are hanging on by the skin of their teeth. For every company that saw increased interest in their offerings during the pandemic, there were several th…
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The GDPR is the world's toughest standard for data privacy. But nearly a year later, its chief enforcer has yet to take a single action against major tech firms like Facebook and Google.
"Smart" doorbell maker says it will change change its privacy settings to let users opt out of data-sharing.
“The 'good side' of Covid-19 for us has been it really launched our goal and plans. It put them in warp speed to focus on online growth,” said one small-business owner.
Tourism boards, hotels and destinations are turning to virtual reality to woo potential visitors.
Two chatbots meet and put the world to rights online in battle to see who is most human-like.
Once viewed as an experimental marketing category, CEOs at public companies are now regularly touting their influencer marketing wins to investors.
This week's rundown includes how a viral TikTok video on body positivity helped Sienna Mae Gomez get the attention of celebs like Lizzo.
The High Street stalwart saw clothing and home sales fall due to the impact of lockdown.
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TikTok creators have been making anti-Trump videos without disclosing they were paid for.
Efforts to shop local this Christmas could give small businesses a fairy tale end to a grim year.
Many people may not qualify for the government's Lifetime Skills Guarantee, a think tank says.
Topshop is an iconic brand, but with so much choice today, have we just fallen out of love with it?
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Microsoft reported strong Q3 2020 growth for LinkedIn and Azure, with the former seeing record engagement as people spent time searching for work.
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When Facebook incorrectly bans ads, smaller advertisers say they pay the price because of slow, opaque, and inconsistent customer support.
Shopee is investing in digital inclusion to help new and existing merchants recover from the pandemic.
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Health tracking could mitigate pandemic-related risks, but will employees see it as an invasion of their privacy?
Amid Covid-19, new programmes are popping up that invite workers to settle abroad and work remotely. Could we all soon become ‘digital nomads’?
In this week's edition of the Insider Tech newsletter we look at the series of most recent shocks to upend Amazon, Netflix, and other tech companies.
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Hackers took data from a Parler email vendor, but the security of the platform itself is intact, the company's CEO says.
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