TikTok, the popular video app owned by Chinese startup ByteDance, said it would stop using China-based moderators for the work of flagging problematic TikTok content outside China, the Wall Street Journal reported. ByteDance faces pressure from some U.S. lawmakers who have raised concerns that TikTok is under the Chinese government’s influence and might censor content that Beijing disapproves...
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Meta’s Resistance to Sharing Ad Sales Starts to Crumble
For at least a year, one question has hung over Meta Platforms-owned Facebook and Instagram: whether the apps will introduce a way to share a cut of ad revenues with more creators, similar to how YouTube pays video-makers. Our story today by Sylvia and Kaya goes deep into the debate at Meta over introducing ad-revenue sharing, which some staff viewed as a slippery slope, and a parallel argument...
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