This week: Disney reappoints Bob Iger as its CEO, Meta faces legal action in the UK for collecting user data against their wishes... Another dramatic week in ad tech began with the reappointment of Bob Iger as Disney CEO. Iger replaces [...]
In today's ExchangeWire news digest: Meta adapts its VR headsets to appease Germany’s watchful FTO; a Russian court demands that Google reinstates its parliament's YouTube channel; and IAB Europe predicts spend on CTV will see a double digit increase in [...]
In today's ExchangeWire news digest: US tax filing websites have sent users' sensitive information to Facebook; Jack Ma's Ant Group is set to face a fine in excess of USD$1bn (~£842m) in China; and the UK's CMA prepares to advance [...]
This week: Google and Apple both deal with allegations of tracking mobile users without permission, Ofcom's chief executive say social media firms may be forced to disclose their algorithms... This week saw more trouble across the board for Big Tech. After [...]
In today's ExchangeWire news digest: social media platforms could be forced to disclose their news feed algorithms under Ofcom rules; Deliveroo announce that they are pulling out of Australia; and Amazon cut 10,000 jobs. Social media sites could be forced to [...]
In today's ExchangeWire news digest: FTX agrees to merge with Binance; a new antitrust complaint launches against Microsoft in Europe; and TikTok overhauls its US operations against a slumped digital advertising industry. Crypto Giants Binance and FTX Merge Two of the world’s [...]
This week: Elon Musk takes control of Twitter (well, sort of...), new EU legislation could open up app buying and messaging...
This week, ad tech was dominated by the exploits of Twitter’s new honcho Elon Musk, who threatened to raise the [...]
In today's ExchangeWire news digest: a new EU law could bring big tech's monopoly over app buying and messaging to an end; Instagram fixes an outage that suspended millions of accounts; and banks who lent funds for Elon Musk's Twitter [...]
In today's ExchangeWire news digest: Singapore's High Court justice rules that NFTs qualify as property; the UK's FCA prepares to examine the financial regulation of big tech firms; and Apple reveals more ads are coming to the App Store.
Singapore High [...]
This week: UK households cancel streaming subscriptions to cut costs, tech companies urge EU regulators to apply new laws to Google antitrust case...
It's been a week of swings and roundabouts for ad tech; in the UK, Brits cancelled their subscriptions [...]