Recode, Reuters, Popular Science, The Week, Mic, The Verge, and USA Today's FTW have all shut off reader comments in the past year. Here's how they're all using social media to encourage reader discussion.
Que se passe-t-il quand les sites d’infos suppriment les commentaires
by Frederic Filloux The European posture against US-based internet giants features all the ingredients of an entrenched ideology, complete with vocabulary and canned phrases. (Second of a series) Two weeks ago, we looked at the motives underlying Europe's frustration vis-à-vis internet giants. To sum up: desktop and mobile traffic completely captured by the likes of Google, Microsoft and Facebook; anemic access to venture capital and smaller expenditures per student, especially in tertiary educ
Une future décision de justice de l'Union européenne pourrait bien causer du tracas au géant Facebook. En effet, selon l'avocat général de la Cour de justice européenne, un Etat de l'Union peut, s'il le souhaite, s'opposer au transfert des données vers les États-Unis.
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