This week: we interview Rebecca Giblin and Cory Doctorow, authors of Chokepoint Capitalism, about how platforms capture value in creative markets.
People are looking to governments to protect them against the undemocratic power wielded by internet platforms.
As a vehement Twitter critic and free speech absolutist, what does Elon Musk want to do as Twitter's largest shareholder?
This week: we discuss the economics and business behind the New York Times’ decision to buy popular internet game Wordle.
Facebook’s parent company is now called Meta, as part of its move to embrace the metaverse.
The podcast about podcasts: how Spotify’s ambitions might change podcasts forever.
Today’s ruling may inspire many social media account managers to more tightly restrict comments — or, where possible, switch them off completely.
What does Facebook need to do to strengthen enforcement of their community standards to protect persecuted minorities?
Fastly and Akamai are major internet companies most of us don’t need to know about, but what happens when they go down?