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.
Et tu, Twitter? Elon Musk’s $44 billion price tag on “free speech”
It’s political science, not rocket science—so success is not guaranteed! The late Steve Jobs’ take on the law of unintended consequences comes to mind with Elon Musk’s pending takeover of Twitter: “There […]
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, […]
Five Synergistic Factors That Bind the Science of Marketing with the Art of Sales
In his 1954 book, “The Practice of Management,” management guru, Peter Drucker, famously declared: Because the purpose of business is to create a customer, the business enterprise has two–and only two–basic functions: […]
7 Pertinent Lessons from Brian Williams–Jon Stewart Double Play
Those of us, who have been watching “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” for a long time, might recall an ongoing segment that he used to run several years ago, “The Giant […]