The new EU directive forces marketers to stop misleading buyers and do the hard work in becoming more sustainable.
Milka Privodanova, head of Europe, Middle East and Africa at Pinterest, joins Omar Oakes to talk about the next step in the picture-sharing platform’s journey as it reaches nearly 500m users and progresses ecommerce deals with Amazon and Google.
On Wednesday, US senators excoriated the CEOs of Meta, TikTok, X, Snap and Discord for alleged harms their platforms have brought to children.
While magazine publisher Future has committed to not using AI to write content, it has been busy on plans to use the technology as a “co-pilot” for editors.
“Context” is about to become fashionable in publishing again, according to Newsworks insight director Heather Dansie.
Analysis: The company is rehiring content moderators ahead of a likely grilling in front of US Congress, but talent may come at a shortage.
Kara Osborne also cites “trust and belonging” as key issues.
Analyst Ian Whittaker and Ipsos UK CEO Kelly Beaver shared their 2024 outlook, from interest rates to elections.
In an excerpt from a new book, How Do We Pay for the BBC After 2027?, Roger Parry argues for a new charter to fund the Beeb with a direct grant from central taxation.