New ‘pay to read’ Facebook content model

It has been reported that in a move to satisfy the publishers on its social network, Facebook may soon be moving over to charging its users for reading news on its platform. Keeping publishers happy Facebook is reported to be in the early stages of talks with various...

House of Lords investigating AI ‘ethics’

With the advancement of artificial intelligence, the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence (AI) is calling on academics, experts, industry insiders and the public for feedback on the social, economic, and ethical implications of the technology....

A great example of video to engage with your market

In the interest of starting the kids early with life skills, The Halifax is enlisting the help of young YouTube stars / ‘vloggers’, to help teach other children about basic money management. Halifax and the young vloggers What better way is there to communicate with...

MoneySuperMarket fined for sending emails

The Information Commissioner’s Office has fined MoneySuperMarket £80,000 for sending 7 million emails to former subscribers who had already opted out of receiving communications from the company. What happened? It has been reported that MoneySuperMarket sent 7.1...

Mobile banking iris-scanning

This September, TSB customers will just have to look at their phone’s camera to access mobile banking services thanks to the introduction of iris-scanning authentication. Iris-scanning access TSB customers with Samsung Galaxy S8 or S8+ will be the first in Europe to...