A multibillion-pound legal claim has been launched against Facebook in the UK, which, if successful could see more than 44 million people compensated over “unfair” terms and conditions being imposed on users. Competition law expert Dr Liza Lovdahl Gormsen has launched the class-action lawsuit against Facebook’s parent firm, Meta, at the Competition Appeal Tribunal, accusing […]
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Web Search Surge for ‘Irish Passport’ after Brexit Result Shock
Analysis of Google Trends shows that UK searches for the term ‘Irish passport’ have surged since the shocking news was confirmed early this morning, that Britain has voted to leave the EU. Our British friends do like to travel abroad, especially to Spain, France, and the Mediterranean on holiday. Some of them retire to enjoy the benefits […]
Irish Customers Overcome Hiccups to Order Apple Watch using Parcel Motel
There’s still no official release date for the Apple Watch in Ireland, but some eager Irish gadget-fans have already pre-ordered from Apple UK, thanks to Parcel Motel’s UK Delivery Address service. Orla Shiels, General Manager at Parcel Motel, explained how it works: “Here at Parcel Motel we offer our customers a ‘UK Delivery Address’ service which allows our users […]
Get Paid to Watch Netflix – No, Seriously!
So you like watching Netflix? TV shows, documentaries, movies – you can lose hours in there, I know! But what if you could get paid for it as well? No, I’m not kidding! It turns out that Netflix employ actual humans as taggers. Their job is to watch Netflix content, and then generate tags to help describe and categorise the […]
Twitter says: Oops! You’re not an Advertiser – Do You Want To Be?
It’s the social media equivalent of bumping into someone as a pretext to asking them on a date. (Does anyone actually do that? In movies maybe? OK, forget it.) Yesterday Twitter sent emails to several (not all) Twitter users inviting them to try Twitter’s advertising platform which has been extended to all “small and medium […]