It has often been said that on the Internet content is king. The current batch of parasitic social media monopolists discovered this long ago and, ever since, they have ripped off and exploited unwitting content producers.
I have never been a fan of social networks, but LinkedIn was a notable exception because it was specifically designed for business networking. I say “was” because some buffoon at Microsoft, the company that bought LinkedIn for US$26 billion two years ago, has just removed its most valuable feature!
More than half (51%) of Australian workers are fearful about losing their jobs due to the impact of technologies like artificial intelligence and automation, according to new research released to coincide with the official opening of Swinburne University of Technology’s new Centre for the New Workforce.
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Change your credit card number with them and just let the money dry up with them!