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Witnessing the recent GameStop event, it was clear that for better or worse, the little guy, or many, many little

June 1, 2021

Ofcom will be given the power to fine companies up to £18m or 10 per cent of annual global turnover

May 12, 2021

Twitter has launched a new “tip jar” feature which will allow people to send money to others on the site.

May 7, 2021

Twitter in recent months held talks to acquire Clubhouse, with the two companies discussing a potential $4bn valuation for the

April 7, 2021

Money mule criminals use fake online job adverts to target cash strapped youngsters

March 10, 2021
Jack Dorsey's Twitter disappointed on profit but delivered robust revenue at the end of 2019

Twitter mulls over introducing new subscription features to provide monetary incentives to influencers

February 25, 2021
Manchester United and England forward Marcus Rashford is just one of the footballers to have been targeted by abuse on social media

The English football community has finally had enough of the rampant racial abuse and bullying its players suffer on social

February 23, 2021

Where do financial advisers add value for investors? Relationships — including trust and personal connection — account for 72% of

February 9, 2021
Twitter Permanently Suspends President Donald Trump's Twitter Account

Two weeks on from the storming of the US Capitol the social media excision of the 45th US President is so

January 19, 2021

The UK government will announce plans for a new law next week under which social media companies will have a

December 11, 2020

The government’s much-mocked jobs quiz that suggested people retrain as boxers, cinema projectionists and lock keepers cost the UK taxpayer

November 12, 2020
Sir David Frost Hosts A Summer Party

The announcement this week that Andrew Neil, the doyen of political broadcasters since David Dimbleby quit the stage, was to

October 2, 2020

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