By DAISUKE WAKABAYASHIThe New York Times Fri., Feb. 16, 2018 SAN FRANCISCO — Google did not break the law when it fired an engineer who wrote a memo critical of the company’s diversity efforts, a lawyer for a U.S. federal labour agency said. Last year, James Damore, a little-known engineerRead More →

By Serena Ehrlich, Director of Social and Evolving Media, Business Wire In early 2018, Facebook announced a news feed update that dramatically changes how brands can engage with their communities and audiences within the Facebook platform.   “We’ve gotten feedback from our community that public content – posts from businesses,Read More →

Japan’s exports grew in January for a 14th straight month led by brisk shipments of China-bound hybrid cars and electronics parts, a sign solid global demand for Japanese goods continued to underpin growth in the world’s third largest economy. Ministry of Finance (MOF) data showed on Monday that exports grewRead More →

Opposition is mounting to a media coalition’s plan to block Canadians from accessing piracy websites. Many people fear that the plan — backed by big players such as Bell, Rogers, and CBC — could lead to rampant internet censorship.  “It starts with ‘blocking piracy’ and ends with corporations blocking information that opposes their goalsRead More →