The ‘ads-for-hate’ scandal is just the latest example of how tech giants that increasingly look, sound and smell like media companies are making money from content without taking responsibility for it. The reaction in the UK suggests that this position may not be tenable for much longer. More self-regulation, or more statutory regulation, is the likely long-term result.
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