Friday Digital, Media & Technology – Google, Mr Beast & Digital Regulation

Here are a few things that you may have missed in digital, media & technology this week.

These were prepared listening to Oasis – (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? on vinyl, the better way to hear the guitars.

Some news from me: one of my long term clients has asked me (repeatedly) to join their business and following some discussions before Easter, I have accepted a role as Senior Legal Counsel & Privacy Officer. It’s a global role with a listed financial services company and I’ll share more on that soon.

That means the Westbright Law ride will end. Aside from wrapping up some existing client work, I’m not taking on any new client work from today.

It leaves me to say this: thank you for your support, the work you gave me, the notes of encouragement, opening doors for me and generally being amazing. Thank you.

This newsletter is best enjoyed with a coffee… or whatever your choice. For me, today, a quiet glass of champagne and a nod to the next season.


PS: If you found this newsletter helpful, find me on Linked In. I’ll continue to share articles on that platform when I see something that you may have missed in digital, media and technology.
The urgent necessity of enacting a national privacy law, says Google!
The following is adapted from remarks delivered by Kent Walker, President of Global Affairs, at Beyond the Basics: The Many Pillars of U.S. Privacy Law. TL;DR Google thinks privacy laws can help
Is MrBeast for Real? Inside the Outrageous World of YouTube’s Cash-Happy Stunt King
If you’ve not heard of Mr Beast, then this is an amazing insight to YouTube’s biggest talent. Ask any 11 year
Digital Services Act: Council and European Parliament provisional agreement for making the internet a safer space for European citizens – Consilium
Council and European Parliament reach a provisional agreement on the Digital Services

Published by Brett

Brett is an experienced lawyer and business executive who focuses on commercial outcomes. He has worked across three sectors in England & Australia advising and leading initiatives in digital, media and technology

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