300 Click for offerThe ACSI uses information from interviews with about 250,000 people to analyze satisfaction with more than 380 companies in 46 industries, according to the ACSI website. It releases reports throughout the year. Facebook, along with Twitter and other social networks, have been stepping up their efforts to combat the spread of fake news on their platforms after facing criticism for not doing enough. In April, Facebook outlined new steps to stop misinformation, scams and other "problematic" content from going viral on the platform, with some of the changes applying to private Facebook groups.
Batteries Not Included: The CNET team shares experiences that remind us why tech stuff is cool. The economics of the creator business made headlines last month, when YouTube was criticized for failing to shut down the channel of Steven Crowder, a conservative comedian who spewed racial and homophobic slurs at Carlos Maza, a progressive journalist who is Latino and gay. YouTube instead demonetized Crowder, an approach that deprives him of his portion of shared ad revenue. Crowder mocked the move by calling it ineffective, saying he could still make money outside of YouTube by selling merchandise.XS M S
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BRAND ::SPORTS SCOTTY‘Game of Thrones’: This is it. The wildly popular HBO series comes to a close this week. Here are eight questions the finale must answer. CBS and AT&T said Thursday that their multi-year deal will cover the CBS-owned stations of its namesake broadcast channel, the CBS Sports Network and the Smithsonian Channel across DirecTV, DirecTV Now and U-verse, as well as the upcoming TV platforms that AT&T hopes to launch. (Editors' note: CNET is owned by CBS.)
Mr. Whelan, a Marine veteran and citizen of the United States, Canada, Britain and Ireland, appealed to leaders of these states to take firm action to have him released. It was not clear if the message had been heard by diplomatic representatives from the embassies of the four countries, who were quickly pushed out of the courtroom by bailiffs. The first set of Overtime Challenges are now live.