New York’s attorney general Letitia James has written to MSG Entertainment with some pointed questions about its facial recognition tech.
Yesterday was an expensive day indeed for Meta, hit by €390m of fines from Ireland’s Data Protection Commission (DPC).
It’s an almighty double-OOF for one of the biggest brands in children’s entertainment.
TikTok is ending 2022 with more legal headaches in the US: two lawsuits filed by Indiana’s attorney general against the company, focusing on user data and children’s safety.
Strap in, friends, and prepare for another bumpy day in the life of a social Muskwork. What happened to Twitter yesterday? Well…
TikTok is on the defensive again, after a report by Forbes making some very serious allegations about the app.
TikTok is in trouble with regulators again, this time in the UK with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
There are concerns for artists and creators using the platform, after a row broke out following the layoff of some of its cybersecurity team.
Instagram has been fined €405m ($403.2m) by Irish regulator the Data Protection Commission (DPC) following an investigation.
Security researcher Felix Krause investigated the in-app browser used by TikTok’s iOS app when people tap on external links.
Instagram was making a version of its app for children aged under 13. Now it’s not – at least not for the moment.
“We believe building Instagram Kids is the right thing to do, but we’re pausing the work,” wrote Instagram boss Adam Mosseri in a blog post yesterday.
“This will give us time to work with parents, experts, policymakers and regulators, to listen to their concerns, and to demonstrate the value and importance of this project for younger teens online today.”
We wrote about some of the musical announcements at Apple’s WWDC keynote earlier this week, but another new feature in the next version of iOS is important for music marketers […]