After getting pretty much everything the major media outlets wanted, they are lobbying for more to “save” the news.
X/Twitter managed to coax some advertisers back to their platform. Advertisers then once again found their ads next to neo-nazi extremism.
FTQ suspended its estimated $2,200 ad campaign to join the failed Meta boycott. Heritage Minister, Pascale St-Onge claimed it was growing momentum.
While government advertising was suspended on Meta out of principle, it seems political advertising might be too valuable to lose.
Hard times are continuing to hit the online news sector. Following Buzzfeed’s decision to shutter news, Vice declared bankruptcy.
The pink slips are continuing to flow out of the tech sector. Microsoft has laid off 10,000 employees.
Elon Musk completed the $44 billion Twitter takeover and is already making moves that has shaken user confidence in the platform.
Google has responded to the explosive antitrust lawsuit allegations by asking the judge to dismiss the lawsuit outright.
Recently unsealed court documents feature explosive allegations that Google suppressed publisher ad revenue by up to 40%.
The Liberals are seemingly no fan of “Big Tech”, but apparently are huge fan of throwing money at Facebook for advertising.