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  • Today Posted: January 27 2021 @ 4:00 | From:

    Researcher Gets To The Bottom Of Bizarre YouTube Comment Section's Dirty Bots

    If you have ever been on the comment section of a video on YouTube that has a significant number of views, you might have noticed rather promiscuous messages from accounts that have pictures of scantily clad women as their display pictures. This is a plague that has been impacting all of YouTube for... Read more

  • Today Posted: January 27 2021 @ 3:57 | From:

    Keep Your IPhones Away From Medical Devices; Says Apple

    You might have heard how mobiles are potentially destroying this generations health, from your parents every now and then, but what if we tell you Apple issued some news with serious facts about mobile devices being harmful for certain medical conditions and cause risks to some medical patients. Thi... Read more

  • Today Posted: January 27 2021 @ 3:41 | From:

    Twitter Introduces Birdwatch, A Community-driven Approach To Tackle The Problem Of Misinforming And Misleading Posts

    In 2020, Twitter had announced that it will be launching a new Birdwatch feature, and now, in 2021, after the US Presidential Election and the inauguration of the new president, the company has finally launched it. However, it is currently available for a small group of 1000 people in the pilot prog... Read more

  • Today Posted: January 27 2021 @ 3:26 | From:

    Facebook Users Are Having Their Phone Numbers Sold Online Via A Telegram Bot

    Facebook's users data is under threat yet again, as phone numbers from the platform's expansive community are being sold online, with buyers acquiring them via a Telegram bot.This unfortunate discovery comes right off the heels of a wormable piece of malware making the rounds across WhatsApp via inn... Read more

  • Today Posted: January 27 2021 @ 3:11 | From:

    Facebook Is Launching Its News Feature Outside Of The USA, With The UK Primed As Its First Target

    Facebook is launching its headlines and articles interface, News, in the UK. This marks the first time the venture been launched outside of the USA.News tab is the latest installment to Facebook's platform, joining the likes of Marketplace and Pages. Its purpose is to provide a differentiated space... Read more

  • Today Posted: January 27 2021 @ 1:00 | From:

    A New Study Claims That Facebook’s Instant Articles See A 30% Increased Reach

    A study conducted by the Liverpool Echo claimed that Facebook’s Instant Articles feature were resulting in a 30% increased reach.Some basic terminology might as well be discussed before we delve into the ramifications of this discovery. Instant Articles launched in 2015, and was touted as an evoluti... Read more

  • Today Posted: January 27 2021 @ 0:01 | From:

    Digiday Research: The Coronavirus Pandemic Left Marks On Publishers’ 2021 Revenue Plans

    While publishers remain focused on direct-sold ads and subscriptions, they seem less focused on diversifying revenue in 2021. The post Digiday Research: The coronavirus pandemic left marks on publishers’ 2021 revenue plans appeared first on Digiday. Read more

  • Today Posted: January 27 2021 @ 0:01 | From:

    Future Of TV Briefing: Media Companies Grapple With Getting Advertisers To Buy Their Platform Video Inventory

    Media companies’ views on platforms have grown. But they are finding advertisers prefer to buy that inventory from the platforms. The post Future of TV Briefing: Media companies grapple with getting advertisers to buy their platform video inventory appeared first on Digiday. Read more

  • Today Posted: January 27 2021 @ 0:01 | From:


    FLEDGE stands for 'First Locally-Executed Decision over Groups Experiment' and makes ad auction decisions in the browser, rather than at ad server level. The post WTF is FLEDGE? appeared first on Digiday. Read more

  • Today Posted: January 27 2021 @ 0:01 | From:

    ‘We Had To Take Full Ownership Of Data’: Why Denmark’s Biggest News Site Cut Reliance On Google’s Tech

    Denmark’s biggest news site Ekstra Bladet pushes ahead with its investment in first-party data with a homegrown sub for Google Analytics. The post ‘We had to take full ownership of data’: Why Denmark’s biggest news site cut reliance on Google’s tech appeared first on Digiday. Read more