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Brian Barrett / Wired:
A grand jury indicts eight people for allegedly running two of the largest US illegal streaming sites, Jetflicks and iStreamItAll, that touted 37,000+ paid subs   —  In a sweeping indictment, the feds came down hard on Jetflicks and iStreamItAll, which allegedly crossed a very important line.
Sep 2, 2019, 4:45 PM - In context

Antonia Hitchens / Wired:
Profile of Carla Engelbrecht, the director of product innovation at Netflix, whose experiments with interactive kids programs were a precursor to Bandersnatch   —  EARLIER THIS YEAR, Carla Engelbrecht flew to Phoenix, sat on the couch in a stranger's living room, and observed the stranger watching …
Aug 24, 2019, 8:40 PM - In context

Brian Barrett / Wired:
Loss of ebooks bought in Microsoft's book section is a reminder that digital rights management is defective by design as goods don't really belong to the buyer   —  YOUR ITUNES MOVIES, your Kindle books—they're not really yours.  You don't own them.  You've just bought a license that allows …
Jul 2, 2019, 7:25 AM - In context

Andy Greenberg / Wired:
Critics question Alphabet's Jigsaw subsidiary's decision to hire a disinformation vendor to run a campaign during research into state-sponsored disinformation   —  FOR MORE THAN two years, the notion of social media disinformation campaigns has conjured up images of Russia's Internet Research Agency …
Jun 14, 2019, 10:10 AM - In context

Emma Grey Ellis / Wired:
Profile of HobbyKidsTV, a family-run children's YouTube channel with 3M+ subscribers and adult moderators protecting its kid hosts and viewers from predators   —  In it will be a Silver Play Button, a plaque that YouTube gives to creators who have surpassed 100,000 subscribers.
May 26, 2019, 11:45 AM - In context

Issie Lapowsky / Wired:
Because of US law, Google keeps advertisers from naming sanctioned countries as targets or exclusions in campaigns, leading to ads being served in those places   —  AS DIRECTOR OF paid search at Greenlane Marketing, a web marketing firm based in Eagleville, Pennsylvania …
May 16, 2019, 5:15 AM - In context

Nicholas Thompson / Wired:
Fifteen months after the paywall launch, Wired EIC discusses the effectiveness of newsletters, gifts, phrasing in turning readers into subscribers   —  A LITTLE OVER a year ago, we introduced a paywall at WIRED.  The idea, as I wrote back then, was largely about us.
May 3, 2019, 12:15 PM - In context

Interviews with 65 current and former employees on the meltdown inside Facebook over the last 15 months as the Cambridge Analytica scandal unfolded   —  Scandals.  Backstabbing.  Resignations.  Record profits.  Time Bombs.  In early 2018, Mark Zuckerberg set out to fix Facebook.
Apr 16, 2019, 8:10 AM - In context

Facebook rolls out multiple changes to combat the spread of disinformation: demoting untrustworthy sources in News Feed, changes to how Groups work, and more   —  FACEBOOK IS TRYING to redefine authoritativeness on the internet as part of its efforts to fight the spread of misinformation and abuse on its platforms.
Apr 10, 2019, 1:20 PM - In context

Arielle Pardes / Wired:
Founder of Change My View subreddit, which has 700K+ subscribers, launches Change A View, a site with paid moderators and some funding from Alphabet's Jigsaw   —  A FEW MONTHS shy of his high school graduation, Kal Turnbull came to a realization: Conversations on the internet are broken.
Apr 8, 2019, 8:00 PM - In context




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