The Supreme Court (SCOTUS) began its new term earlier this week by agreeing to take up a case on content policing that directly impacts Section 230 and the protections that it has thus far afforded to social media companies. A “new and improved” Section 230 should define communications decency and standards for the foreseeable future and include internet technologies that incorporate Web 3.0, blockchain, metaverse, et al.
CNBC set the media and entertainment industries abuzz on November 6, 2017 in a report, “21st Century Fox has been holding talks to sell most of the company to Disney,” that warned: […]
Social Media Platforms Must Tackle “Fake” Inbound Traffic Menace Before It Infiltrates the B2B Domain!
Facebook, social media’s biggest platform, is facing a crisis of confidence right now. This crisis reached a notable milestone last week, when Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s CEO, finally admitted in a September 27, […]
Back in December 2013, Steve Durbin, global vice-president of the Information Security Forum (ISF), outlined the top security threats for 2014, which The Marketing Id has paraphrased below: BYOD (Bring Your […]
Jeff Bullas, a social media marketing guru, recently wrote a wonderful blog titled “How A Great Title Got Me A Link From The New York Times.” The Marketing Id subsequently tweeted about […]
In our April 14th post “If Facebook Were a Country…” we hinted at the “irrational exuberance” that was being generated by the Facebook IPO. Since early April, MahaTweeter (The Marketing Id’s Twitter […]