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Twitter ads and ad revenue on social media is tied to ISIS propaganda claims suit

The family of Nohemi Gonzalez, who was slain in the 2015 Paris attacks, claims in a lawsuit that Twitter Inc., Facebook Inc. and Google profit from targeted advertising linked to terrorist propaganda promoting violence.

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The price of online ads and what goes to the middlemen

There's a really good article over at Adlingo that you creatives should take a gander at.

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Breitbart banned from ad network for "hate speech", Kellogg's pulls all ads

The lure of programmatic advertising and digital banners bought on large banner networks wasn't just a godsend for the lazy. It literally shaped what the web and news became.

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Google: Don't be evil. Unless it comes to copyright, then it's fine.

Just a couple of days ago, I wrote that in the latest Wikileaks email dump there showed a very cozy relationship between Google's Eric Schmidt and Team Hillary Clinton, which should come as no surprise to anyon

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Wikileaks shows Google's Eric Schmidt is extra cozy with US Government

It's November 1st. The 2016 U.S. election is now just a week away and yet with all the talk of Russia it feels more like the Cold War.

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Facebook got caught lying to advertisers again.

It wasn't so long ago we wrote that Digital Paid Media is a fraud. In Heineken's case, they discovered only 20% of their ad impressions were seen by actual humans. The majority of views were generated by software.

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Adblock Plus now sells ad space in ....adblock.

Move over Adsense, there's a new kid in town. Adblock Plus has launched a service that replaces ads, the "bad ads", on any given internet property with "acceptable ads".

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Forget the phones. Tomorrow Apple should talk about winning the music war.

Apple's iPhone event is mere hours away, and it may end up being anti-climactic judging by the number of rumors running the gamut from water proof (a move that if true, puts Apple in the

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Vid.me positions itself as bastion of Video Liberty after #YouTubeIsOverParty trends - is same shit, different name

Vid.me has responded to the current Youtube controversy with a timely video of their own "from the humans at Vid.me" after the YoutubeIsOverParty trended on Twitter.

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#YouTubeIsOverParty trends when content creators discover Youtube policies are enforced - is seen as censorship

Youtube have rolled out a new email alert system intended to make it easier for content creators to know which videos are blocked from monetization, thus giving creators the chance to appeal the decisions via manual review, but the

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