- August 26, 2021
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Voice of America news spoke with Clayton Dube of the USC U.S.-China Institute about China's new rules for filmmakers. "Netflix tried for years to enter the Chinese market, but it understands now that China's government is not going to permit foreign entertainment platforms to compete with those it controls," Dube said.
BBC News spoke with Karen North about the difficulties with reforming the way social media works. "It's not as easy as saying there's a problem at a company, let's figure out how to change its culture," she said.
Rebecca Weintraub co-wrote an article for Fast Company offering advice for leaders on how to navigate uncertain times.
A Los Angeles Times column quotes Roberto Suro about the possibility that Latino voters in California might not reject the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom. “It will raise really significant questions about the idea that the Latino vote is a genuinely powerful political entity that’s capable of driving policy at any scale,” he said.