SRAX Recap: Amazon and Bloomberg scandal, UK tax tech giants, Zuckerberg summoned to hearing
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SRAX Recap: Amazon and Bloomberg scandal, UK tax tech giants, Zuckerberg summoned to hearing

In this week’s digital news, Amazon pulls ad spending from Bloomberg amidst scandal, the UK announces tax on tech companies, Mark Zuckerberg is summoned to UK & Canadian hearing, and more. Amazon and Bloomberg disagree over potential scandal In October, Bloomberg published a story alleging that the Chinese government hacked into Amazon and Apple’s hardware...

SRAX Recap: Twitter loses 9 M users, Apple and Samsung fined $5.7 M, Instagram becomes most popular social media
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SRAX Recap: Twitter loses 9 M users, Apple and Samsung fined $5.7 M, Instagram becomes most popular social media

In this week’s digital news, Twitter loses 9 million monthly active users in their ongoing spam removal campaign, Apple and Samsung face $5.7 million fines for performance-degrading updates, Instagram becomes the most popular social media platform, and more. Twitter loses 9 million monthly active users in Q3 2018 The popular social network announced this week...

Top 2018 Digital Trends in Automotive
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Top 2018 Digital Trends in Automotive

The world of digital advertising is constantly in flux. Consumers watch and participate with digital content in new ways every year, and it’s crucial to keep up with the latest trends to stay competitive. The automotive industry is no exception – so it’s time to ask: what trends emerged in 2018 and what can we...

SRAX Recap: Facebook decreases political spam, Netflix hits growth record, Adobe revamps products
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SRAX Recap: Facebook decreases political spam, Netflix hits growth record, Adobe revamps products

In this week’s digital news, Facebook takes measures to decrease political spam, Netflix posts a subscriber growth record, Adobe unveils product updates, and more. Facebook takes new measures to combat fake news The social network is cracking down on two specific causes of concern ahead of the U.S. midterm elections. Most notably, Facebook will proactively...

Data breaches: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
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Data breaches: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Data breaches are on the rise. This year alone, 18 massive companies have faced serious attacks, including Facebook, Panera, and Under Armour. The Panera breach in April exposed 37 million customers’ names, credit card numbers, and more. And 150 million customers’ usernames, email addresses, and passwords leaked in the Under Armour breach. Huge companies are...

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