Is Facebook planning to read your mind? Human/machine fusion is just over the horizon. Shelly Palmer talks about Facebook Reality Lab’s approach with Bianca Peters and Raegan Medgie on Fox 5’s Good Day New York. Original Airdate: March 23, 2021 Continue Reading →
Facebook and Google have to pay for news in Australia. That's the law! Except… there are loopholes that allow for negotiation, and the way the law is written allows both sides to spin the story as if they won. This raises the question: Who actually won? Continue Reading →
Google and Facebook Have Some Explaining To Do
The showdown down under is heating up. Earlier this week, Google agreed to pay tens of millions of dollars to big news organizations to get ahead of a new law in Australia that would force them to do so. Facebook, on the other hand, dug in its heels and said, "No." Continue Reading →

Trump Gets a “Time out”

Twitter gave President Trump a "time out." His account was locked and he couldn't tweet for 12 hours. @jack wanted some tweets deleted and, after Trump complied, Twitter reinstated his account. Facebook, on the other hand, has suspended Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts for a minimum of two weeks, but have threatened an indefinite period. Snapchat locked (but didn't delete) Trump's account. Right or wrong? Why now? Continue Reading →
Facebook
With roughly 3 billion users, Facebook is by far the world's largest social network. While its power as an advertising platform is undeniable, it is also embroiled in several high profile lawsuits, and somehow seems to find itself in the center of a fair number of geopolitical conversations. Continue Reading →