How Cambridge Analytica turned Facebook ‘likes’ into a lucrative political tool

The algorithm used in the Facebook data breach trawled though personal data for information on sexual orientation, race, gender – and even intelligence and childhood trauma

Instagram Stories vs Snapchat: Which is better for you?

While Instagram Stories monopolises its ability to connect audiences seamlessly with unique updates, Snapchat endeavors to remain true to its vibe and has managed to keep up, but which one is better for you?

Social networks may have to reveal how they target users with ads

Information commissioner calls for more transparency over how individuals’ data is used for political ends

Tribe’s Nick Randall to join State of Social

We are excited to announce State of Social’s first keynote speaker, TRIBE’s Chief Revenue Officer, Nick Randall.

Is Spotify really worth $20bn?

Music service will soon have its IPO and investors think it can be as big as Netflix. Are they right?

Twitter launches another bid to tackle bots and abuse after years of promises

As harassment and misinformation remain rampant, CEO Jack Dorsey asks for ‘help’ with platform’s health

Bank of America hiring brand safety officer to ‘clean up’ online ads

New role created after fears about questionable content, following Unilever’s public stand against ‘fake news, racism, sexism and hate’

#SMPerth February // The Video Version

Ryan Ammon Photography created this great video of our first get together for 2018.

How can we regulate our savage market for instant news?

Without consensus on how to cover news events such as the Florida massacre, publishers are stuck.

Facebook ending News Feed experiment condemned as ‘Orwellian’

Company announces end to trial in which professional news posts were removed from users’ feeds in six countries

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