In this week's news round-up Karin Fleming looks at the how the digital ecosystem threatens high-quality news and information, what platforms are doing to combat fake news, and how the ePrivacy proposal in the European Commission could give a lot of power to browsers.
In this week's news round-up, Karin looks at how advertisers are moving towards adding humans back into the automated ad mix, talks on whistleblower protection are happening at EU-level and why fake news is good for business.
In this week's news round-up, Karin Fleming, Communications Manager at the Future Media Lab. looks into how the EU copyright reform could threaten Europe's press, the era of digital exceptionalism and how to get a balanced media diet.
On 8 February, the Future Media Lab. hosted Future Media Lounge session in the European Parliament. This session focused on press publishers' rights in the digital age, particularly in light of the revision of the EU copyright legislation.
In this edition of the Future Media Lab. News Round-up Caterina Sosso looks into the disappointing return on investment publishers get from third-party distribution platforms, how Google is tightening their ad policies to combat misleading/fake sites and the rise of socially-distributed video.
In this edition of the Future Media Lab. News Round-up Caterina Sosso looks into how fake news is being tackled through better reporting, Facebook's journalism project, and the return of ePrivacy discussions in the EU.
In this edition of the Future Media Lab. News Round-up Karin Fleming looks at the future of Europe's copyright reform, the invincibility of U.S. tech giants and the fights they're up against in Europe, and how faking news is getting easier with advanced AI technology.