‘As much as I love Depop, it triggers me’: is body image a fashion disruptor’s final frontier? | Fashion- Tempemail

Capturing the attention of the discerning late millennial and Gen Z crowd is a marketer’s dream. It’s a dream that Depop – a platform for buying and selling secondhand and homemade clothes – is fast realising. The UK-based virtual fleamarket launched in Australia just over a year ago, and now Continue Reading

Why should it be left to players to tackle social media’s failure? | Football- Tempemail

I haven’t had that many death threats. Quite often they’re quite passive – trolls wishing I was dead but not even being bothered to do it themselves. “How the fuck u ain’t been fired is a miracle. You complete dry lunch bell end…DIE!!!” Threats of violence seem slightly more proactive. Continue Reading

Google apps feel strain as firm’s privacy standoff with Apple drags on | Google

Google’s privacy standoff with Apple has lasted so long that even the company’s own apps are complaining about it. Since early December, Apple has required any iOS app to include a privacy “nutrition label”, listing all the ways the app uses personal data. Those labels, which are written by the Continue Reading

Why Marketers Need to Start Thinking About AI Chatbots

More and more customers are using social media to contact businesses, flooding inboxes with hundreds of direct messages.  Every marketer knows that customer experience is important, so no message should be left unread. However, catering to every single customer from all your social media channels is nearly impossible.  With AI-driven Continue Reading

Facebook moderators ‘told not to discuss working conditions’ | Facebook

Facebook has been accused of using nondisclosure agreements to try to build a “wall of secrecy” and prevent its moderators from discussing working conditions with Leo Varadkar, the Irish tánaiste (deputy PM). The moderators claim that Facebook warned them they could not break a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) they had signed Continue Reading

Twitter to Label the Verified Accounts of Governments and Officials – Tempemail

Image sourced from Mission Statement Academy Twitter is planning to label the verified accounts of governments and government officials. The social media network believes this will help users when interacting with these leaders and associated institutions by adding context to what people see on Twitter. According to an official blog post, Continue Reading