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Democratic presidential candidate attacks Mark Zuckerberg over false political advertising
Self-regulation of the internet and social media will not work
Group claims content on Facebook and YouTube is suppressed during deadly land dispute
Investors are drawn to Fangs’ rich balance sheets and deep liquidity in the market
Twitter’s and Google’s limiting of political advertising doesn’t make them inherently morally superior.
Social media group returns to levels it reached before privacy scandals
CES big trends, Facebook political ads stance stays, Delta personalised departures
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It is hard to make the case that Facebook and Twitter have led to more thoughtful, rigorous or compassionate discourse
Future of finance: big tech has the data to shake up financial services but compliance is proving hard to get around
The social media group took steps in 2019 to address concern over its impact but critics called its reforms cosmetic
Regulators and privacy campaigners united in distrust of Facebook’s cryptocurrency
TheBL accused of influence operation that used AI-generated pictures to push content
Trove of data discovered by cyber security researchers was posted on hacker forum
Was 2019 the year the corporate world started to think seriously about prioritising values over value?
As bull market scales new heights, stock grants are becoming core part of tech earnings
Silicon Valley is being targeted using techniques honed on oil and gas groups
Legal opinion says that existing framework protects rights of EU consumers
Watchdog will have power to implement enforceable code of conduct
The new digital currency’s experience could bring important lessons for Libra
No easy conclusions from Microsoft’s diplomat in chief
Rivals have spent more than £2m combined on Facebook and Instagram since early November
Loss of data raises questions over commitment to transparency
When you unpack the structures, there’s not a lot of difference between an ETF and a stablecoin.