Official: Move of Japan fish market could have been better — Financial Post

TOKYO — A top market official is acknowledging the recent move of Japan’s main fish market from Tsukiji to a site earlier contaminated by arsenic could have been better handled. A few businesses are staying in Tsukiji, selling their products in the morning, even as dismantling work starts around them. Hiroyasu Ito, chairman of the… via […]

Facebook requires UK political ad buyers to reveal identity — Financial Post

LONDON — Facebook says that anyone who takes out a British political ad on the social media platform will now be forced to reveal their identity, in a bid to increase transparency and curb misinformation. The company said Tuesday that it will also require disclaimers for any British political advertisements. All the data on the… via […]

Vintage Japanese Advertising Could Sell Us Anything — Messy Nessy Chic

  The foamiest men’s shampoo to make bath-time oodles more fun? The latest must-have make-up for your back? Whatever they were selling, we would’ve been buying. If you were in post-WWII Japan, your eyeballs had the luck of watching the advertising world grow brighter, hipper, and (especially in the ’80s) weirder. via Vintage Japanese Advertising Could […]

From $20k to $6k, Why Is The Price Of Bitcoin So Insanely Volatile ? — ZyCrypto

  Bitcoin as a cryptocurrency has since its inception seen much growth. To successful investors, the road has not been an easy one; battling day in and out with rising and falling of the price of cryptocurrency. Some investors who could not stand this characteristic associated with the currency sold what they owned to other investors… […]

Google CEO Sundar Pichai Finally Opens Up About That Censored Search Service For China — Fortune

  Google has finally publicly discussed the existence of Project Dragonfly–a censored search engine that may be rolled out for the Chinese market. The project’s existence was previously disclosed through leaks that sparked a firestorm inside and outside the company, with employees outraged at the ethical implications–Google googl pulled out of China in 2010, largely due… […]

Google CEO Sundar Pichai Finally Opens Up About That Censored Search Service For China — Fortune

  Google has finally publicly discussed the existence of Project Dragonfly–a censored search engine that may be rolled out for the Chinese market. The project’s existence was previously disclosed through leaks that sparked a firestorm inside and outside the company, with employees outraged at the ethical implications–Google googl pulled out of China in 2010, largely due… […]