Category Archives: E-commerce
Today there is much concern about the accuracy of words appearing on the internet. That being the case is it unreasonable to hope journalists make clear when they are offering an opinion about, or an interpretation of, events? If that … Continue reading
That is not a headline I thought I would write any time soon. However, I have to say I applaud Facebook’s announcement earlier this week concerning the company’s plans to address the standards they will adopt in relation to content … Continue reading
A few days ago it emerged Facebook is facing a fine of around US$ 5 billion. Subject to approval by the US Department of Justice the fine will be levied by the Federal Trade Commission. It is one of the … Continue reading
The detailed responses to the UK Government’s Online Harms White Paper by UK children’s organizations is now available plus a summary of the recommendations: http://www.chis.org.uk/ In the larger document there are several examples or case studies which illustrate very clearly … Continue reading
Verizon Faces First-Ever Shareholder Proposal On Child Sex Abuse Online We need a lot more of this.
UK announces plans to act on the internet of things. This will be tricky but it’s another key part of the mosaic. More and more toys and other items that children use are “internet things”. Watch this space
Some time ago I read a discussion of strategies online businesses might adopt to try to avoid the clutches of potential or actual Regulators. Without embarrassment or apology it was suggested companies deliberately bundle and entangle lots of things. Why? … Continue reading