Lawyers suggest Eddie McGuire could win against publishers of an erectile dysfunction ad but taking down the social media giant could be a lot harder.
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Aleksandr Kogan, a researcher who worked for the University of Cambridge and created the personality quiz that harvested over 87 million Facebook users’ data without their permission has told a U.K. parliamentary committee that his project would be of little use for targeted advertising (via
The U.K.'s best known money-saving expert is fed up with Facebook's handling of scammers' ads that use his name as an endorsement for bogus financial products. And he's taking the company to court in a bid to finally sort it out. The post Britain’s best-known money-saving expert sues Facebook
Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. The Other Giant Google deserves some of the flack that Facebook is almost exclusively catching in the wake of its Cambridge Analytica scandal, writes Christopher Mims for The Wall Street Journal. Mims argues that
shilly writes: British finance expert Martin Lewis is suing Facebook for defamation, after a year of trying to persuade the company to stop accepting scam ads featuring his name and image. Facebook insists that he report to them every time he spots a scam; he wants them to check with him before
Earlier this month – and before Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before Congress – the company announced a series of changes to how it would handle political advertisements running on its platform in the future. It had said that people who wanted to buy a political ad – including ads
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Martin Lewis, a well-known financial journalist and founder of consumer finance site MoneySavingExpert.com, filed a lawsuit against Facebook today through the UK’s High Court, accusing the tech giant of defamation. He claims that the platform published over 50 cryptocurrency ads that
Consumer adviser Martin Lewis is suing Facebook for defamation -- claiming that at least 50 fake ads with his name have appeared on the site.
More pre-roll video ads are coming to Facebook, but not to its News Feed just yet. Vice president of media partnerships Nick Grudin and product management director Maria Angelidou-Smith revealed in a blog post that the social network is expanding the testing of pre-roll ads it began on its Facebook