Tuesday October 27, 2020

Facebook can only restore its reputation if it makes changes at the top

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

21st October, 2018

Facebook is presenting a cool face as yet another scandal hits the social network, but this time it’s the people lining its pockets who are baying for blood.

For years, the phrase ‘pivot to video’ has been the scariest thing you could say to anyone working in web media. The strength of video platforms like YouTube and Facebook saw several large media employers, particularly in the United States, move away from writing....

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