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Aunty’s anti-piracy success

Taking on the content pirates could be as easy as ABC In the early hours of Sunday morning, Australian-time, a significant victory in the battle against online content piracy was won. It was then that the ABC launched the new series of Doctor Who...

The dark side of content marketing

Far-right political groups in Europe are using online and social media content to spread their message The Internet (and its offspring, social media) has been a boon for content creators – allowing anyone and everyone who wants to post, blog or...

If you can’t beat ’em

Microsoft revamps Hotmail and puts social media content at the heart of it Eight years is a long time between drinks. And as anybody who owns a computer or Smartphone knows, it’s an even longer time between updates. For most of us, a pop-up letting...

Pay it forward

How Craigconnects is setting the not-for-profit content marketing standard When it comes to not-for-profit organisations, content marketing is one of the most valuable tools in a fundraiser’s bag of tricks. Not only is it affordable and effective...

Controlling children’s content

New technology allows parents to remotely switch off their children’s phones, read their texts and see what websites they’re visiting in the name of safety. But should they be allowed to? ‘Controlling children’s content’ – it’s an ominous heading;...

On the shoulders of giants

Online content has a lot to live up to            Rupert Murdoch has said newspapers will be dead in 10 years; James Packer is reportedly set to divest himself of his magazine empire. Traditional publishing is, by most reckonings, on its last legs...

Newspapers ‘dead’ in 10 years – Murdoch

It’s official, the Internet is about to emerge victorious from the battle for content supremacy In case you didn’t notice it, you are at war – and reading this article is an act of aggression. That’s essentially the gist of one of Rupert Murdoch’s...

The war on content suppression

The US announces sanctions against authoritarian regimes that block access to online and social media content As The Message reported last week, social media is perceived as helping individuals make a difference. The flip side is that, as a report...

The Google gallery

For online content at its best, this simply can’t be beaten There’s a rather condescending theory that suggests online content is somehow inferior to its traditional counterpart; that for all technology can offer, it cannot replace the thrill of...

The answers are…

Here are the answers to our online content quiz Last week, we asked if you could sort the photo content fact from fiction. We posted 15 Internet images and invited you to tell us whether you thought they were real or simply made clever use of...