Facebook said it would add a “paid for” label and give information on costs and target audiences. Twitter’s changes include restrictions on who can run the ads and rules for campaign accounts.
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Facebook has told investigators that it discovered thousands of political ads published on its platform over the past two years were linked to fake accounts based in Russia.Alex Stamos, Facebook'...
News organizations want Facebook to stop treating them like political and issues-based advertisers, claiming that the social network's new rules could negatively impact how the public views journalism.On Monday, media advocacy groups addressed a letter to CEO Mark Zuckerberg requesting that
In light of multiple school shootings in the U.S., Facebook will be making significant updates to its policy, preventing ads for gun accessories from showing up on minors' feeds. Read more...
Millions of Indian mom-and-pop stores may be getting a technology leg-up from an unexpected corner. Launched by Silicon Valley’s Singularity University alumni—Asaf Kindler, Vito Margiotta, Gabriel Gurovich, and Alberto Iore—Seemba is a mobile phone-based platform that helps businesses build
Once again, Facebook is acknowledging it has a problem. This time, it’s with dodgy ads, not fake news. Sometimes they’re scams by retailers—many based in China—that steal photos of workout gear or dresses from other sources and then ship poor-quality substitutes to people who place orders.
Facebook's total advertising revenue rose 49 percent in the third quarter to $10.14 billion, about 88 percent of which came from mobile ads.
The military’s social strategy appears to have been aiming ads at kids who might be leaving school. Ah, the ol’ emotional manipulation of advertising. Used to be, brands would just hope that Cadillac ad would hit you in the panicked throes of a midlife crisis. Or you’d see that Gatorade
Former Porch COO Asha Sharma. Asha Sharma, who served as the COO of home services startup Porch since its inception, is leaving the company for a new position at Facebook, GeekWire has learned. Fittingly, Sharma shared the news on her personal Facebook profile, where she said she will be working on