Can UNFPA’s “bodyright” initiative stop women from getting abused in the virtual world?
UNFPA, a United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency, wants to change the way women are treated in the virtual world and is urging them to join their global movement.
The internet provides an important space for women who want to express themselves and garner professional opportunities. However, this access acts as a double-edged sword because they disproportionately face all forms of
Big Tech has an IP theft problem
Whether or not one finds the idea of a metaverse exhilarating or creepy, Facebook has not been a company that inspires much affection for quite a while, thanks to its data privacy controversies. So when the company recently announced it was changing its name to Meta (inspired by the concept of the metaverse), the mocking memes were quick to proliferate.
Among the many jokes made at Meta’s expe
YouTube channel owner offers reward for lost Terms of Service
Live Better Music claims Epidemic Sound walked back on their music licensing agreement by making content claims on Live Better’s videos on YouTube. Live Better says it licensed the tracks from Epidemic Sound legally. Problem is, they can't find the previous Terms of Service document, which proves it.
Did Facebook copy its Libra logo from a fintech startup?
Two companies that engaged the same design company has resulted in one company accusing the newer one of stealing its logo.
Ex BBDO staff claims Leo Burnett ad has similarities to his team's pitch
An ex-staff member of advertising agency BBDO has pointed out similarities between the advertising campaign for Cathay Pacific by Leo Burnett, and a pitch by his former agency.