Saturday June 6, 2020

Today, exactly halfway through 2019, is a good time to review the big media stories of the year. Here are my top five

30th June, 2019
Facebook said it was "open to being told where we are and where we should be going further"

It has been a slow process, but Facebook and its social media pals have now realised that accepting some level of regulation is unavoidable. The government and the public are concerned at how the internet is being used to spread false information and abusive and hateful content. The freedom of speech mantra has been toned down; now it’s about creating a safe environment with freedom from harassment. In the debate with government, the techies have...

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