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Facing Down Facebook Down Under

It was a stand-off like no other. It was a battle for whom would get the upper hand – a national, democratically elected government acting on behalf of its publishers, or two global corporations that have gobbled up the lion’s share of advertising over the

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Key themes in Social Goodness

There are five key themes that I explore explore in detail in Social Goodness, all of which are part of wider social trends, including sustainability, authenticity, the move towards more human-centric business, and ESG (Environment, Social, Governance). 1. People trust business Out of the four main

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Social BAD

Social media’s complicity in the Capitol Hill riots and what that means for the platforms and for business The shocking events at the Capitol on January 6th, which resulted in five people dying, were not a surprise to many of us – the riots were openly

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