A huge new lawsuit has been lodged against a number of the world’s biggest social media sites, including Facebook and Reddit, by a newsreader in Philadelphia. It was filed after she spotted a security camera photo of herself being used for dating and erectile dysfunction adverts on the
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The Dutch billionaire who sued Facebook for hosting fraudulent Bitcoin advertisements that featured his name and image has claimed it impossible to reach an agreement, Reuters reports. John de Mol, one of the brains behind entertainment giant Endemol and the Big Brother television format, filed his
The ad tech firm Polar says it's built a solution to help struggling online publishers by beating Facebook at its own game. It built tech that uses an advertiser's social creative for ads on publisher pages, and says they outperform traditional banner ads and Facebook itself. The hope is that
Dutch billionaire John de Mol on Monday said he would ask a court to rule in the case he filed against Facebook Inc earlier this year over fake bitcoin ads.
Sex-tech startups Dame Products and Unbound recently launched a website to illuminate what they say is a gendered double standard in advertising after the MTA and Facebook rejected their ads featuring sex toys. The MTA's current policies do not allow any advertisements featuring sex toys. Dame
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The U.S. Department of Justice sent a civil investigative demand to Alphabet, Apple denied most of the claims in a report alleging that the tech giant violated labor laws in China, and senators demanded information from Facebook on gun sales ads.Industries: CommunicationsReferenced Companies:
Karen Hepp, a news anchor at Fox 29 News, is suing Facebook, Reddit, Imgur, and several other websites for “abhorrent and disgusting” uses of her photo. Reportedly, a security camera snapshot of Hepp ended up online, and it was used in dating and erectile dysfunction ads, as well as in
Facebook has warned investors to expect a pronounced revenue slowdown in the second half of the year and into 2020 thanks to “ad targeting-related headwinds.” And Instagram can expect to weather the same challenges. Instagram has been a growth driver for Facebook, both in terms of engagement
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