Here’s what Google search results will look like when EU copyright laws kick in
The European Union is inching closer to enacting sweeping copyright legislation that would require platforms like Google, Facebook to pay publishers for the privilege of displaying their content to users, as well as monitoring copyright infringement by users on the sites and services they manage. That’s set to open a Pandora’s Box of problems that could completely derail your internet experience, because it’d essentially disallow platforms from displaying content from other sources. In a screenshot shared with Search Engine Land, Google illustrated how this might play out in its search results for news articles: As you can see, the page… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
There isn’t much left to be done in online networking apps. We are all familiar with professional (LinkedIn), social (Facebook), real time (Twitter) and dating (Tinder, Bumble, etc). But profile photos of the people you’re interacting with only get you so far. And we’ve all known that person who looked smart in the photo and […]
In addition to a growing lineup of scripted fare, documentaries will be another key focus for Apple TV+, the company’s new streaming service set to launch in May. According to a new report today from Variety, Apple has hired A&E’s Molly Thompson as its head of Documentaries. Thompson’s experience at A&E includes founding its documentary […]
Simply winging it is a big no-no if you’re looking at customer retention Let’s admit it. The online world is exploding with e-commerce stores and everyone (even their moms) are into it. But then, as you might already know, designing a high converting e-commerce store is not an easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy kind of a thing. These stores […]
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