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Leading competitors in the Social Networking Sites market:
The report also evaluates changing dynamics and driving forces which have been considered as growth-boosting of the Social Networking Sites market. Also the study sheds light on restraints and limitations in the Social Networking Sites market that could potentially become obstacles while the market is proceeding to achieve substantial revenue. The report also aids clients to gain comprehensive knowledge of a Social Networking Sites market environment that comprises terms such as trading policies and entry barriers, as well as political, social, regulatory, and financial concerns that may also harm market growth momentum.
Global Social Networking Sites market overview in brief:
According to the statistics, the Social Networking Sites market is likely to report considerable revenue coupled with substantial growth during the forecast period as growing Social Networking Sites demand, increasing disposable incomes, raw material affluence, changing consumption tendencies, Social Networking Sites market trends, and stable market structure are fueling the growth of the world Social Networking Sites market. The market holds the potential to radically influence its peers and parent Social Networking Sites markets alongside the international financial system.
Detailed competitive scenario of the global Social Networking Sites industry:
The report highlights objectives, missions, core business values, and niche markets of leading participants operating in the global Social Networking Sites industry. It also facilitates clients with the acumen to gain competitive advantages in the market and the strengths and weaknesses of their strong opponents. The report underscores their strategic moves, including product launches, brand developments, and promotional activities, as well as mergers, ventures, amalgamations, and acquisitions as efforts to dilate their serving area and deliver better fit products to their customer base.
In Social Networking Sites report, participants’ financial assessments are also included which consists of an evaluation of gross margin, sales volume, cash flow, revenue outcomes, capital investment, and growth rate. That will allow clients to gain intact comprehension of participants’ financial strengths and position in the worldwide Social Networking Sites industry. Their production capacity, plant locations, Social Networking Sites manufacturing processes, production volume, product specifications, raw material sourcing, distribution networks, and international presence are also analyzed in the report.
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Leading segments of the global Social Networking Sites market with reliable forecasts:
The report further studies crucial segments of the Social Networking Sites market, including types, applications, technologies, regions, and end-users. It explains the performance and importance of each segment of Social Networking Sites considering revenue share, demand, sales volume, and growth prospects. Also the analysis helps clients precisely determine the Social Networking Sites market size to be targeted and forecast estimations assist them in selecting remunerative segments that will drive business growth in the near future.
Different product categories include:
Global Social Networking Sites industry has a number of end-user applications including:
Global Social Networking Sites Market Regional Analysis:
The next section of the report consists of a detailed analysis of the Social Networking Sites market across various countries in different regions. It provides a Social Networking Sites industry outlook for 2020–2027 and sets the forecast within the context of the Social Networking Sites market to include the latest technological developments as well as offerings.
1. North America Country (United States, Canada)
2. South America
3. Asia Country (China, Japan, India, Korea)
4. Europe Country (Germany, UK, France, Italy)
5. Other Country (Middle East, Africa, GCC)
This study discusses the key trends within countries that contribute to the growth of the Social Networking Sites market as well as analyses the degrees at which the drivers are influencing the market in each region. The global Social Networking Sites industry report evaluates the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Social Networking Sites market in various regions globally.
TOC Snapshot of Global Social Networking Sites Market
1. Social Networking Sites Product Definition
2. Worldwide Social Networking Sites Market Manufacturer Share and Market Overview
3. Manufacturer Social Networking Sites Business Introduction
4. Social Networking Sites Market Segmentation (Region Level)
5. World Social Networking Sites Market Segmentation (Product Type Level)
6. Social Networking Sites Market Segmentation (Industry Level)
7. Segmentation (Channel Level) of Social Networking Sites Market
8. Social Networking Sites Market Forecast 2020-2027
9. Product Type Social Networking Sites Segmentation
10. Segmentation of Social Networking Sites Industry
11. Cost of Social Networking Sites Production Analysis
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Hopes Google, Facebook deals will underpin a rise in journalism jobs
“We have seen no guarantees from the big media companies that money raised from the digital platforms will be spent on journalism,” said MEAA Media federal president Marcus Strom said last week.
“If some of this the Facebook and Google’s massive Australian revenue is now to be returned to media companies, there must be a corresponding commitment that the money is spent on news content, not dividends or corporate bonuses. The media companies must provide transparency about how they intend to allocate these funds.“
There are signs at least some companies are already progressing with plans to do just that despite challenging market conditions.
Guardian Australia is expected to take another floor in its Surry Hills office for new employees while industry sources have indicated News Corp Australia, owner of The Australian, The Daily Telegraph and The Herald Sun, is considering hiring almost 100 journalists with the money. News Corp declined to comment.
National broadcaster the ABC has not yet signed any deals with Google or Facebook but has pledged it will use the money to invest in regional journalism.
But Nine, which owns television, radio and newspaper assets (including this masthead) has been less explicit. A spokesperson for Nine referred back to comments made publicly by chief executive Hugh Marks.
Mr Marks said at a Senate inquiry more than one week ago that if funding from tech giants wasn’t secured, job losses at Nine’s publications would continue.
Following the company’s half-year financial results last week, Mr Marks indicated the company would consider hiring new journalists. “You won’t be able to say a dollar here goes to $1 there but you can look at that business and say it’s a strong viable sustainable publishing business that will be able to support journalism going forward,” he said.
“If there are opportunities for us to employ more journalists to get a positive result then we will do that. But it certainly underpins the future of journalism in this market.”
Seven West Media chief executive James Warburton said most of the money the company expects to gain from its deals with Google and Facebook will be used for Perth based newspaper The West Australian and its regional titles. He initially said the cash would be dropped to the bottom line and be used for repayment of debt but now says it will be focused on improving the newspapers’ digital strategy.
Seven’s deal also has a YouTube component, which means some of the money will be spent on television content.
“It will support quality journalism in metropolitan, regional and community markets and underpin the digital strength and sustainability of our news businesses going forward,” Mr Warburton said.
Industry sources who are familiar with the various agreements have said that some publishers have an audio component – which requires them to invest a large amount of money in areas such as podcasting. Other companies will use the money for distribution strategies to build their digital audiences.
For smaller outlets like Junkee, the money will provide an important backbone for the business to continue its work.
“We haven’t made any definitive decisions yet about how we’ll spend the money, but this moment presents a unique opportunity for us to invest in public interest journalism,” Junkee’s editorial director Rob Stott says. “We’ll be looking at a mix of original reporting and background infrastructure that will make Junkee a more sustainable operation into the future. I’m extremely excited about the potential for this funding to make a real difference to the breadth and depth of content we produce.”
Facebook banned my perfectly harmless article – and I think I know why
You start by excluding fascists, anti-vaxxers and conspiracists. You end by banning pretty much anyone you disagree with. In recent months, Facebook has taken to labelling as fake, or removing altogether, a number of stunningly inoffensive pieces: a study by the American researcher Dr Indur Goklany claiming (quite correctly) that the number of people dying globally as a result of natural disasters was falling; a column by the investigative journalist Ian Birrell questioning whether the WHO had been too hasty in ruling out the possibility of a Wuhan leak; a report by the leading Oxford epidemiologist, Dr Carl Heneghan, of a Danish study arguing that facemasks made little difference to the spread of Covid-19.
And, now, an article of mine. Last week, I wrote a piece for the John Locke Institute (JLI), a high-minded organisation that runs summer schools and seminars, mainly for sixth-formers, offering in-depth tuition in the humanities subjects. I advanced the view that the epidemic had made us more collectivist, and that the post-lockdown world would be relatively authoritarian. The JLI bought advertising on Facebook to promote the piece. Facebook first authorised the advertisements, then pulled them without explanation.
In my case, as in all the others, it is impossible to know what the offence was. None of the pieces was making tendentious claims, let alone promoting conspiracy theories. Since Facebook offers neither explanations nor an open appeals process, we can only guess.
Are algorithms set in such a way as to screen out Right-of-centre opinions? Are they overseen by people with an explicit agenda? Is Facebook responding to pile-ons by woke activists? Is the real objection not so much to the content as to the authors?
I suspect the last. A few weeks ago, Think Scotland, a Unionist website, tried to advertise two articles critical of Nicola Sturgeon. Facebook said no on the bizarre grounds that they violated its “Vaccine Discourager” guidelines. The editor, Brian Monteith, suspecting that Facebook was being pressurised by Cybernats, experimentally tried to advertise a wholly unpolitical article about a young mother potty-training her daughter. It, too, was rejected. Eventually, after a campaign mounted by Toby Young’s Free Speech Union, Facebook backed down.
For what it’s worth, I take the view that Facebook, as a private company, can run whatever adverts it likes. But let’s be absolutely clear that it is now a publisher – a publisher with an agenda. Any notion that Facebook (or Twitter, or YouTube) is simply a platform has gone. It is one more opinionated channel, alongside Fox News, Russia Today, the BBC and the Morning Star.
What is most interesting is not the fact that Facebook has its biases – we all have biases – but what those biases are. Bizarrely for a company that was originally meant to facilitate the free flow of ideas, it has become intolerant of dissent – or, at least, of certain forms dissent. You generally won’t get into trouble for denying Stalin’s crimes, boycotting Israel or celebrating Margaret Thatcher’s death. But question whether there is excessive use of state power in enforcing lockdowns or reducing carbon emissions and you may be excluded.
Indeed, we seem to be reaching the point where simply to call for free speech is becoming dangerous. To the extent that the JLI can be said to have a collective view on anything, it believes in heterodoxy. Its founder, a former Oxford academic called Martin Cox, ensures that his summer schools and seminars hear a range of views from top lecturers, and encourages his students to engage with ideas that might initially repel them. That is, if you think about it, the essence of liberalism.
The article of mine which JLI ran, the one Facebook found intolerable, was not about Covid-19 or public health. It was about the fragility of an open society, the way a shared threat can throw people back on their tribal instincts, and the consequent likelihood that powers seized by governments on a supposedly contingent basis in 2020 won’t be relinquished when the epidemic passes.
Any organisation that sees such opinions as unacceptable is – there is no other way to put this – hostile to liberty.
Tragic reason why man tried to live stream death on Facebook
A man who threatened to live stream his own death on Facebook after he was denied euthanasia despite a viral campaign now plans to travel to Switzerland to end his life.
Alain Cocq, 57, who suffers from a disease that is so rare that it does not even have a name, says he is in a permanent state of suffering.
His case went viral in September 2020 when he threatened to live stream his death on Facebook if French President Emmanuel Macron did not change the country’s laws to allow for assisted dying.
He had to give up on his project after Facebook cut the feed, but he is still advocating for changes in law and has now decided to go to Switzerland to be able to benefit from euthanasia there.
He is applying to the authorities in the Swiss capital Berne and he hopes to receive a positive response in the coming months, if not weeks.
Cocq suffers from a rare form of disease that has been described as being similar to ischaemia, which is when a restriction in blood being supplied to live tissue causes an oxygen shortage that damages the tissue and can cause dysfunctions.
There is no cure for his condition, which will, very slowly, prove fatal.
“I want end of life to become the primary theme of the presidential elections in 2022,” he told local French newspaper 20 Minutes.
Despite his appeal to the French president in September, President Macron said he was “unable to accede to his request” despite the “profound respect” he had for him.
The retired plumber, who has been ill for 34 years, is hoping the Swiss will help him end his life after a failed attempt with the European Court of human rights in 1993 and a first petition to the French government in 1994.
At the time, he was still in a wheelchair, but after that numerous cardiovascular and cerebral accidents rendered him permanently bedridden.
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