Tag: privacy

2019.06.21 Last Week in Digital Media

A longer newsletter this week, but I can promise it’s worth it. There was some major news from and about Facebook during the week, so starting with those updates first: Facebook: Calibra / Libra After several months of speculation, Facebook confirmed the development of Libra, a cryptocurrency that would be stored in a digital wallet called Calibra. You can pre-register… Read more →

2019.05.24 Last Week in Digital Media

Another week, another last week in digital media. I’m posting this blog entry later this week given the Memorial Day weekend. GENERAL Google is making a change to the way results appear in mobile search. The new design brings web icons into search results as well as changing how paid results are identified. The icons bring brand images and indirectly signals… Read more →

2019.04.12 Last Week in Digital Media

Welcome to last week in digital media. GENERAL It has been over 3 years since Facebook introduced reactions, and now Linked In is following suit. Linked In is rolling out reactions (Like, Celebrate, Love, Insightful, Curious). Reactions are rolling out now and will be available globally. details are starting to firm on Pinterest’s IPO, with an expected share price of… Read more →

2018.12.07 Last Week in Digital Media

Welcome back to Last Week in Digital Media. This week, I’ll include some of the major stories that broke during my the newsletter hiatus. This will also be the second last update of the year given the Holiday season is just around the corner.  FACEBOOKThe last issue covered revelations about Facebook’s alleged behavior toward competitors. During the week, the UK… Read more →

2018.05.25 Last Week in Digital Media

Here’s the digital media news from last week: General the US Treasury Secretary has urged the Justice Department to review the power that companies like Google have over the US economy. The request comes shortly after a 60minute story about Google. Evidence of the growing OTT ad market, Roku confirmed that last quarters revenue from software license and advertising exceeded their… Read more →

2018.04.13 Last Week in Digital Media

We’re only weeks away from the Facebook and Google developer conferences, so the media, data and tech stream of news is slowing to a trickle. INDUSTRY NEWS Firefox has updated their iOS browser to firewall tracking data by default and comes off the back of the previous desktop update which quarantines Facebook data. Firefox’s desktop market share sits in the… Read more →

2018.03.30 Last Week in Digital Media

It’s April Fools Day, the Washington Post has kept an up to date list all day of pranks and here’s a list of Google’s various April Fools jokes.  Facebook Updates Facebook’s response to the Cambridge Analytica incident continues. Here’s a summary of key Facebook updates: Simplified Privacy Controls: All end-user privacy controls are now centralized in one place, including the ability to… Read more →