Bad news for “copyright trolls”.
News media relying on big tech to survive may be a bad idea.
After a bad start, Luminary dials back its creator-hosting practices.
This could encourage users to listen to their podcasts directly in Google Search and lead to more invasive tracking of their podcast listening habits.
Conservatives’ case against Google seems to be more relevant by the day.
YouTube cites DMCA when taking down content but doesn’t follow DMCA conventions.
This is the first person to be charged with such an offense in the country.
It’s the latest sign that YouTube no longer cares about the independent content creators that helped grow its platform.
“Torrents and torrent related content is strictly prohibited on our service.”
Advertisers will rely more on Facebook’s official ads instead of paying influencers directly.