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Twitter's 'aggressive' new rules detailed in internal email

Twitter's 'aggressive' new rules detailed in internal email

The 'aggressive' new rules promised by Twitter have been leaked and include greater action in response to user complaints.

Amazon Studios boss Roy Price resigns after sexual harassment claim

Amazon Studios boss Roy Price resigns after sexual harassment claim

Amazon Studios head Roy Price resigned yesterday after being accused by a producer of sexual harassment.

Publishers still face problems with 'tech taxes' but this is how to take control

Publishers still face problems with 'tech taxes' but this is how to take control

Issues surrounding 'tech taxes' will not be resolved until the digital media supply chain is cleaned up.

UK lags behind rest of world for mobile internet use

UK lags behind rest of world for mobile internet use

The UK lags behind the rest of the world in terms of mobile internet consumption, even though the majority of

Facebook UK quadruples annual revenue to £842m after reducing offshore ad sales

Facebook UK quadruples annual revenue to £842m after reducing offshore ad sales

Facebook UK quadrupled revenues to £842.4m last year in a sign that the UK government's clampdown on offshore ad sales

Twitter to launch in-stream video ads in the UK

Twitter to launch in-stream video ads in the UK

Twitter plans to announce the launch of in-stream video ads in the UK at its session tomorrow for IAB Digital

Holding the influencer marketing industry to higher standards than TV is bad news for everyone

Holding the influencer marketing industry to higher standards than TV is bad news for everyone

Influencers are facing unfair regulations thanks to misconceptions and the actions of a few bad apples, writes Social Circle's managing

Google appeases publishers by ending 'first click free' and helping to sell subscriptions

Google appeases publishers by ending 'first click free' and helping to sell subscriptions

Google is pushing out measures that will help publishers sell more digital subscriptions and is also ending its controversial "first

Facebook hunts live sports partnerships exec to lead on rights deals in Europe

Facebook hunts live sports partnerships exec to lead on rights deals in Europe

Facebook is looking for a sports executive to oversee a push into live sports programming amid speculation it will bid

Huawei's CMO on the power of collaboration and the need to amplify the brand

Huawei's CMO on the power of collaboration and the need to amplify the brand

The brand's CMO talks to Campaign about how it is pushing its brand message through "collaboration" and innovation rather than