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yesterday by jhill5
Lockdown Apps
(Well, this looks interesting.)

“The simple, powerful firewall that blocks tracking, ads, badware and more. Free and open source.”

ios  apps  software  2020  proxies  ads  tracking  privacy 
3 days ago by handcoding
Click Fraud Protection & Detection Software | ClickCease
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4 days ago by mahnouel
A comparative analysis of CGI Instagram influencer, @lilmiquela, and human Instagram influencer, @_emmachamberlain
In an increasingly digital world, the relatively under-researched realm of the social media influencer industry is slowly becoming more pertinent and revealing for academic research areas for media production and representation. In this paper, a comparative visual analysis was undertaken to compare human influencer, Emma Chamberlain, and computer-generated influencer, Lil Miquela through the examination of a total of 16 Instagram posts across the two influencers. These images were further dissected through the use of pre-defined cultural scripts, such as calibrated amateurism, personal branding, being ‘cool’ and selfies. The analysis of the cultural scripts and visuals revealed the two juxtaposed categories of behavior — a traditional celebrity culture of fame, wealth and exclusivity versus a down-to-earth, ‘just like you’ and amateur type of influencer. Both subjects vary their content to suit both categories as if balancing the two opposing versions of their digital personas; this characteristic appears to be distinct to both influencers. Further research could be carried out to examine the generalizability of this finding and to further understand the influence that this might have on media audiences.
tech  ads  instagram  Influencer 
4 days ago by Scub4
How The New York Times Is Revising Its Digital Playbook – Adweek
The New York Times, once beset with significant financial issues, has turned the corner and is now seen as a modern success story. For example, earlier this week the paper posted its latest quarterly results with revenues of $508.4 million, thanks to a 4.5% increase in subscription revenue with a total of 5.3 million total print and digital subscribers as of the end of 2019.

While overall advertising revenue dropped 10.5% year-over-year during the period—CEO Mark Thompson described the Times as a “subscription-first publisher”—plans are afoot to reverse the decline in media spend.

These involves soon-to-launch “first-party data-based advertising solutions” as the Times seeks to create privacy-safe ways to engage with its audiences. The focus on privacy involves tweaks to its programmatic advertising offering, including the publisher closing off its mobile app inventory from open market demand.
journalism  Business  Media  ads  newyorktimes  data 
4 days ago by Scub4

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