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The international company Meta (which owns Facebook and WhatsApp) has been referred to the Competition Tribunal, to be fined 10% of its turnover for violating Section 8 provisions of the Competition Act, which prohibit the abuse of dominance by a company.
As individuals become more obsessed with recording their daily lives, they may want to up their game. Pivo gives them that edge. Pivo is not just for standard video recording: it can be used as a mount for stable time-lapses, smoother panoramas, and video calls.
The world of digital marketing is in a state of upheaval. With everyone from government policymakers to independent web browsers changing and updating privacy policies, businesses are faced with a digital advertising minefield.
By proclamation in the Gazette, President Cyril Ramaphosa has fixed 1 December 2021 as the date on which certain sections of the Cybercrimes Act, 19 of 2020 (Cybercrimes Act/the Act) come into operation. This means that the Act is now enforceable.
Written in an engaging and self-deprecating style, this book is an unexpectedly funny and candid, behind-the-scenes account of what was unfolding in those newsrooms as the stories broke, peppered with anecdotes around those involved in making those stories happen around those involved in making those stories happen.
Shopping has always been a social activity. Just two years ago, you would find people discussing the good and bad about their recent purchases over coffee. Today, e-commerce finds people shopping from the comfort of their home, and social commerce means they’re still shopping while being social on their preferred platforms such as Instagram Checkout or Facebook Shops.
Over the last few months, I have found it increasingly difficult to verify information. The Tembisa 10, the story of the alleged decuplet birth is case in point. It was accepted as fact and reported around the world. But it was fiction and rightfully condemned by the South African Editors Forum (SANEF).
Consumer behaviour is ever-changing, but several changes we’ve recently seen have and will alter the way brands do business and approach advertising. For one, consumers now have very high expectations for brands, especially when it comes to social, environmental and political issues.