By Ruth Vitale

Whether or not Santa Claus is part of your winter holiday tradition, you are almost certainly aware of his infamous “list.” You know, the thing that he “checks twice” and through some calculus known only to him, determines who on it has been “naughty or nice.” This year, I have... Read more

By Philippe Carcassonne and Ruth Vitale

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki is the protagonist in a propaganda war about the new EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market. One of the directive’s stated aims was to ensure that hosting sites such as YouTube step up to their responsibility to discourage the uploading of creative copyright... Read more

By Ruth Vitale

In 2009, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admitted in a Business Insider interview that his prime directive to his developers and team was to “Move fast and break things. Unless you are breaking stuff, you are not moving fast enough.” Zuckerberg would later update that uplifting little motto to the far... Read more

By Ruth Vitale

Typos are annoying. In fact, there’s no one that hates typos more than me, Ruth Vitale. Ask anyone that works at CreativeFuture. Really. But, at the same time, I trust that most people are smart enough to get by and understand what a writer meant when the mistake is minor.... Read more

By Justin Sanders

Google, and its parent Alphabet, have always shown a remarkable ability to maintain consumer goodwill – their reputation remains strong and their market cap immense despite a litany of misdeeds that would likely have seriously bruised, if not floored, most other companies. What kinds of misdeeds? Harvesting user data en... Read more