Article 13 will change the internet

 

YouTube has also begun fearing and increase its offense against Article 13 of the new EU copyright law: Here is the post, which was issued a few days ago by the CEO Susan Wojcicki on the official YouTube blog

“Article 13 as written threatens to shut down the ability of millions of people — from creators like you to everyday users — to upload content to platforms like YouTube. And it threatens to block users in the EU from viewing content that is alr ...
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YouTube Monopoly & Consequences

YouTube is highly popular, and users have become accustomed to seeing short ads during most videos on the site. It makes $9 billion per year from advertising. However, there is another value to YouTube that is harder to measure in dollars. By owning this company, Google dominates the online video business.

 

YouTube is the King

With 1.8 billion monthly active users in the world, YouTube is definitely the master (data updated May 4th, 2018). YouTube has seen increased traffic and view ...
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Give Me a Like!

The ever-growing craving for likes on social media

The attention people these days get from social media ranks higher than the attention they expect from their loved ones. Their world revolves around “likes” on their social media posts, pictures, videos, etc. They measure their popularity based on likes and consider the number of likes directly proportional to their self-esteem and confidence. With time, our brains are getting more and more used to seeking social approval. So, the result – ...
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The Beginning of Bitcoin

I am Satoshi Nakamoto!

Bitcoin was formulated as a public scheme. It was designed as open-source software and issued to the people in 2009. Bitcoin was invented with freedom of thought and openness. However, amidst all the openness, there’s one big question that remains unanswered. That would be “who was the founder of Bitcoin and who is Satoshi Nakamoto?”

Satoshi Nakamoto – the master of Bitcoin

On January 3, 2009, Satoshi Nakamoto launched the Bitcoin system by mining the first section of the ledg ...
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Changing Social Media, the Cryptocurrency Way!

The beginning of a new revolution

 

A new cryptocurrency is all that social media needs to combat with the nuisance caused by fake social media accounts and create an honest and fair structure for content producers. In today’s scenario, a cryptocurrency can help content producers earn money for quality content as opposed to the inauthentic content that is used for creating virality.

Blockchain – the next big thing for social media

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