Hardly a week goes by when Facebook, a popular marketing tool for subscription companies, is in the news. This week is no different. The Chicago Tribune reports that residents can now apply for up to $400 in a massive Facebook privacy settlement. Also, PlayStation 5 doesn’t plan to add new releases to its subscription service, The Nation redesigns its publication and reduces its print schedule, and new streaming service Peacock and Roku have finally come to an agreement.
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PlayStation 5 Won’t Be Adding New Releases to a Subscription Service
Illinois Residents Can Now Apply for up to $400 in Massive Facebook Privacy Settlement
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