Election security is national security, says senator as US law shakeup is proposed Facebook and Google, along with other online publishers, may soon be required in the US to disclose funding for paid political ads.…
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AdExchanger | If lawmakers have anything to do with it, political ads on Facebook, Google, Twitter and other online platforms may soon be subject to the same disclosure requirements as traditional political advertising. Senators introduced a bipartisan bill on Thursday to do just that, prompted by
Silicon Valley tech firms, including Google, Facebook and Twitter, have been grappling with how the technology they created may have been used by Russia to influence the U.S. presidential election. Now some U.S. lawmakers want these companies to publicly disclose more about the online political ads
Facebook, Twitter, Google, and other platforms are about to face what promises to be the first of many efforts by Congress to prevent Russia and other foreign countries from interfering in U.S. elections ever again. Sen. John McCain is backing legislation authored by two Democratic senators that
A new bipartisan bill known as the Honest Ads Act is the first major attempt to regulate online platforms that sell ads with rules akin to those that apply to more traditional advertising on TV, radio and in print. The bill, introduced today by Democratic Senators Mark Warner and Amy Klobuchar
Facebook is updating its fledgling Instant Games platform by adding new monetization features and scaling tools. ...
Senators introduced a bipartisan bill cracking down on foreign attempts to interfere in US elections online. Companies like Facebook, Google, Twitter, and others will be required to maintain a public file of paid political ads so people know what's in them. The goal of
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Josh Constine / TechCrunch: Facebook begins letting developers monetize Messenger's Instant Games with in-app purchases and video ads — Facebook is finally giving developers a reason to build games for Messenger while also opening a new revenue stream for the chat app. After launching
Facebook is finally giving developers a reason to build games for Messenger while also opening a new revenue stream for the chat app. After launching HTML5 ‘Instant Games’ inside Messenger like Pac-Man, Space Invaders, and Words With Friends Frenzy in November 2016, today Facebook is allowing