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One Degree – In the news Oct 5, 2023

U.S. in antitrust trial accuses Google of illegal methods to push up ad prices

A lawyer for the U.S. Justice Department pressed a Google executive on Wednesday about techniques the search and advertising giant used to push up online advertising prices in an allegedly unfair way.

Testifying at a once-in-a-generation antitrust trial in Washington where the United States has accused Google of abusing its dominance of search and some advertising, Google Vice President of Product Management Adam Juda said the company uses a formula, which includes the quality of an ad, to decide who wins auctions used to place advertising on websites.


How To Create A Social Media Strategy In 11 Steps

Social media still feels fairly “new” to many of us. It’s hard to overstate the rate at which social media has grown since then, to become an integral part of our daily lives. There are now countless social media platforms, with new competitors popping up weekly (at least, it can feel that way).


Canada’s India Talks Call to Diffuse Sikh Murder Fallout

Canada has asked for private talks with India in a bid to diffuse tensions between the two countries, sparked by the murder of a Sikh separatist leader, which has now seen New Delhi tell Ottawa to withdraw 41 diplomats from the country.


New Report: “Overdue: The Case For Canada’s Public Libraries”

OVERDUE is the outcome of three years of engagement with Canada’s urban public libraries through one of the most extraordinary periods in human history – the COVID-19 pandemic.

Released by Canadian Urban Institute (CUI) and Canadian Urban Libraries Council / Conseil des Bibliothèques Urbaines du Canada (CULC/CBUC), the report details the significance of public libraries for Canada’s post-pandemic recovery, competitiveness, and resilience and calls for renewed and diversified investment.




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