Twenty organizations, including CBC, joined The Trust Project on Tuesday, increasing the project's reach to an estimated 217 million people a month. – CBC News
Faith Goldy has built an online following by pushing anti-immigrant and Islamophobic sentiment and advocating a racist conspiracy theory of “white genocide” or “ethnocide.” She was famously fired by Rebel Media for appearing on a neo-Nazi podcast during the 2017 Charlottesville protests, and has endorsed and cheerily recited a common white supremacist slogan known as the Fourteen Words. – Joseph Brean, National Post
GM said the whole notion is theoretical for now. But a spokesman said connected vehicle data from its test could help GM develop a better way to measure radio listenership. And that might be valuable to advertisers.
GM, with 10 million cars on the road, is one of the first automakers to undertake such a study. – Jamie L. LaReau, Detroit Free Press
Facebook has unveiled Portal, the first consumer hardware from the world’s most extensive social network with a basic price of US$200. The toaster-size gadget, along with a $350 version called Portal+, is a cross between a smart speaker, video camera and digital photo frame. – The Washington Post