Internet Marketing News 2024

The latest online marketing news for 2024.

We will be compiling news from the Digital Marketing world as well as some of the latest Internet News and Trends here.

The latest News from the Guardian Internet Editorials can be viewed below:

  • Fri, 12 Apr 2024 05:00:46 +0000: Use TikTok to combat misinformation, MPs tell government - Internet | The Guardian

    Cross-party committee urges creation of strategy engage with new platforms that appeal to young

    The government needs a TikTok strategy to help combat misinformation directed at young people, MPs have said.

    Members of the cross-party culture, media and sport committee said the government needed to adapt to new apps and platforms that appeal to young people who are increasingly turning away from traditional sources of news.

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  • Thu, 11 Apr 2024 09:40:47 +0000: Best podcasts of the week: a Falklands ‘cover-up’, a rap about Jesus and Johnny Knoxville - Internet | The Guardian

    The Jackass legend Johnny Knoxville debuts a show celebrating ‘slightly unhinged people’ while the LRB investigates the sinking of the Belgrano. Plus: five of the best podcasts about motherhood

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  • Wed, 10 Apr 2024 16:08:18 +0000: So, Amazon’s ‘AI-powered’ cashier-free shops use a lot of … humans. Here’s why that shouldn’t surprise you | James Bridle - Internet | The Guardian

    This is how these bosses get rich: by hiding underpaid, unrecognised human work behind the trappings of technology

    In 2021, when Amazon launched its first “just walk out” grocery store in the UK in Ealing, west London, this newspaper reported on the cutting-edge technologies that Amazon said made it all possible: facial-recognition cameras, sensors on the shelves and, of course, “artificial intelligence”. The first customers queued outside, excited to experience the future. “I am an early adopter,” one of them said. “I can’t wait to see how this new technology works and I think it is going to be everywhere shortly.”

    The promise of the “just walk out” stores was that customers would not need to queue for a cashier, scan their own items or even pause on the way out. They could simply take what they needed, walk out the door and the benevolent all-seeing eye of technology would seamlessly price their goods, charge their account and send them a receipt.

    James Bridle is a writer and artist, and the author of Ways of Being: Beyond Human Intelligence

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  • Wed, 10 Apr 2024 15:00:33 +0000: John Kearns: the 10 funniest things I have ever seen (on the internet) - Internet | The Guardian

    The British standup loves watching people falling off chairs, old men earnestly explain sandwiches and Will Ferrell bloopers. But who doesn’t?

    I’m hardly on social media so I rely on good friends to send me clips and videos that they think I might enjoy. They are usually right and it’s extremely pleasing when someone sends a reel that made them think of you. A slow fall, someone’s teeth falling out, big characters, an old person being earnest about a sandwich: the internet famously has something for everyone. Below is a snapshot of favourites I may or may not stand by in years to come.

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  • Mon, 08 Apr 2024 08:38:02 +0000: Vet group CVS warns over risk to personal information in cyber-attack - Internet | The Guardian

    Chain says it has experienced operational disruption after hackers gained access to its IT systems

    One of the UK’s largest vet groups has told regulators about a possible breach of personal information after it was hit by a cyber-attack.

    CVS Group said hackers had gained unauthorised external access to a limited number of its IT systems. The company continued to have problems with slow-running systems on Monday after disruption across the UK business.

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