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President Donald Trump’s campaign spent nearly half a million dollars on Facebook ads in Texas from Jan. 5 through Aug. 3. REUTERS/Leah Millis Beginning in June, thousands of voters across the country saw a fundraising plea in the form of a Facebook
Facebook detailed changes to its Marketing API (application-programming interface) as part of its efforts to thwart discriminatory use of its targeting options for housing, employment and credit ads. The American Civil Liberties Union teamed with Communications Workers of America and workers'
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Facebook has further grown its suite of advertising products with the launch of a pair of tools designed specifically for cinema releases on the social network. Intended to help studios drive awareness of their upcoming releases. both solutions seek to help people find the films they will be most
Facebook has just started to roll out two new ad solutions aimed at film studios that want to increase ticket sales, as well as people who want to find movies they want to see. The new ad solutions, movie reminder, and movie showtime are now available for all film studios in the United States and
As 2020 presidential candidates spend tens of millions of dollars on Facebook and Google ads, one senator is calling on the companies to restrict some of the powerful ways political campaigns can target American voters.
Facebook announced today that it’s updating its group privacy settings and working to better moderate bad content breaking the platform’s rules. The platform is renaming its confusing public, closed, and secret group settings to the slightly more straightforward public and private
Facebook is hoping you'll do more with movie ads than give them the occasional click or tap. The internet giant is rolling out support for upgraded ads that include premiere reminders. Much like events, you can press an "Interested" button to get a...
Facebook ads for movies will now include two new features: premiere reminders and the ability to look up showtimes and buy tickets. Users can hit the “Interested” button when they come across a movie ad in their News Feed, and they’ll receive a notification when the movie is in theaters,