Month: February 2021

Modi government tightens grip on social media content – the New Indian Express

Express news service NEW DELHI: The Center on Thursday announced sweeping regulations for social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, online or anticipatory (OTT) streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, and messaging apps like WhatsApp and Telegram to…

India implements tough new rules for enforcement actions from social media platforms

This could put a damper on the growth strategies of tech giants in India. Today the Indian government unveiled a new set of execution requirements for social media platforms, which will impose harsher response times and require local teams, among…

Students team up to create social media content for college sports

A group of Ithaca College students with just a few cameras and a few years of experience teamed up to take photos of athletes in action to spruce up the Bombers’ social media accounts. the Office athletics Communications consist of…

New research group collective explores the intersection of media, technology and the social issue

The Black Lives Matter protests this summer have sparked a shift in the nuances of the topics being discussed within the collective, said Mike Annany, professor at Annenberg and leader of MASTS. (Nayeon Ryu | Daily Trojan Horse) Students from…

5 ways to make your social media content shine in 2021

If there is any guarantee in working in social media, it is that change is inevitable. Coming out of 2020, we’ve seen lasting changes in the way people consume content on social media and an acceleration of social platform offerings…

Media literacy: an antidote to disinformation

Education experts are calling for combating crazy conspiracy theories, baseless rumors of widespread voter fraud and disinformation about COVID-19 with media literacy. After attending Black Lives Matter rallies and protests in August, some of Virginia Boyle’s students came to her…

Learn from Australia: Internet companies must pay for multimedia content | India News

The media are a pillar of democracy. This mainstay has been financially gutted by Internet companies using multimedia content without paying for it. It has made Internet companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter tremendously rich, while also putting the media…

While Facebook blocks Australian media content, Google does the opposite

Facebook has blocked all of Australia from sharing or viewing local and international news content, due to proposed legislation that would require social media platforms to pay Australian media for links shared on its sites. However, Google’s decision on the…

Why using Facebook should require a media literacy test

We don’t allow people to start driving motor vehicles until they have had a driver training course and then a test for a very good reason – vehicles are dangerous for drivers, passengers and pedestrians. Social networks and the deceptive…

COVID-19 Vaccination – Social Media Content (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples)

Downloads Social media content – combined See all social tiles and suggested captions here. Get your second dose – square If you received your first dose of #COVID19 #vaccine, you’re halfway there! Vaccines work best when you have received two…