Oculus this week revealed it’s rolling out a batch of new social features tied to Facebook. While the features themselves seem innocuous enough, they come with the caveat that you have to allow Facebook access to your Oculus data. Oculus‘s new features include chats with friends, Events and
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This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Digital Media Briefing subscribers earlier this morning. To check to see if you already have access to Business Insider Intelligence through your company, click here. Facebook announced that augmented reality (AR) ads are now available to
Well, here it is. When Facebook bought Oculus, it assured users that it wouldn’t be using any data gathered via Oculus VR for advertising. It’s a question that’s come up again and again over the years, and it’s always been answered the same way:
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Facebook gathers information about what you buy — both online and in physical stores — in order to serve you ads that correspond to those purchases. The practice is relatively new — it quietly launched in August and is still rolling out globally. This is a breakdown
U.S. President Donald Trump's re-election campaign is countering impeachment efforts against him with a new surge in Facebook ads, while his Democratic rivals are saying little on the subject on the social media site or the campaign trail.
A new study shows Facebook charges higher prices for campaign ads that target users with differing political views, costing 50 percent more to send Bernie Sanders ads to conservatives.
Advocacy groups are urging Facebook to remove advertisements that they say unfairly infer that the HIV/AIDS prevention Truvada PrEP (pre-exposure prophylaxis) is dangerous, an allegation they say could endanger the people who are most at risk of contracting the disease. More than 50 HIV/AIDs,