President Donald Trump's reelection campaign ran more than 6,000 Facebook ads mentioning impeachment during the first week of public hearings in the inquiry, according to an analysis of ad data.
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Facebook is pushing a re-brand around transparency after a few difficult years marked by privacy issues and its role in spreading verifiably false information, but consumers and media professionals aren’t ready to move on. On the first day of Vox’s Code Media Conference, Carolyn Everson,
Don’t hold you breath waiting for Facebook to start fact-checking its political ads. Carolyn Everson, Facebook’s VP of Global Marketing Solutions, said Monday the company has “no plans” to change its political ad policy, despite criticism from many pundits and 2020 presidential hopeful
We now know Snapchat’s position in the great online political advertising fact-checking debate. Snapchat will indeed fact-check political ads in an effort to curb misinformation on the platform, the company's CEO Evan Spiegel told CNBC on Monday morning. According to the company, Snapchat has
Snapchat may have another way to compete against rival apps like Instagram: truth in advertising. Snap chief Evan Spiegel told CNBC in an interview that his company has a team that fact-checks all political advertising -- a sharp contrast to Faceboo...
Facebook has come under fire for its policies on political ads over the past few weeks, and now Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel has joined the chorus of voices in support of fact-checking politicians. “We subject all advertising to review, including political advertising,” Spiegel said in an
Speaking at the annual Forbes CMO Summit last week in Dana Point, California, Lucio admitted the company was “late to the game of creating a corporate rebrand."
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