Facebook, Twitter and Google have warned the Hong Kong government that they could pull out of the city if a new law is passed that could make their staff liable for users who dox or post someone else’s personal information online, The Wall Street Journal reported. The warning, which came in the form of a private letter sent by the Asia Internet Coalition, an industry group based in Singapore,...
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Epic Blames Its Creator Margins; A Pickleball Influencer Inks Off-Court Deals
Epic Games, the publisher of the popular video game Fortnite, started to talk up its connections with creators a few years ago, most notably during its 2021 antitrust trial against Apple. At the time, Epic CEO Tim Sweeney argued that Apple’s App Store policies were squeezing the kind of small developers that make content for Fortnite. Epic’s program, which pays creators 40% of the revenue from...
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