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The "Twitterati" are not served Twitter ads

On Twitter, you might see me as a little red TV adland, as that usually is me cracking snarky jokes at all hours of the evening, though I am not the only person here who has access to that account.

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Is your advertising budget funding copyright infringment? The IWL can help you.

We've often spoken about advertising funding everything from piracy sites to allowing your brand to be associated with child pornography.

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Ad Blocking probes may be illegal in the EU

Alexander Hanff, CEO of Think Privacy went on a twitter tear Saturday after he received a letter from the European Commission confirming that browser-side web scripts that pick out advert blockers access people's personal data, and thus must be treated like cookies in the EU - that is you have

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Facebook stops forwarding your emails 1 May 2016

To the surprise of no one, Facebook has announced that it will no longer forward your facebook.com emails to your actual email, thereby giving you yet another reason to open up that app or visit their page so they may collect that sweet sweet data about you and sell it to advertisers.

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Buzzfeed missed its revenue target - by a lot.

An article in the Financial Times entitled "BuzzFeed slashes forecasts after missing 2015 targets" brings about the startling news that the Listicle makin' gif sharin' take-me-seriously-as-a-jo

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Twitter's NFL deal might be a giant fumble

In the last three months of 2015, Twitter lost two million users and shares plummeted 12%. It's moments feature and the Orwellian named Trust and Safety Council

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AOL responds to ad banner blocking with: "It's the creatives fault"

First Marissa Meyer believes that better creative will stop people from blocking banner ads, and now Tim Mahlman, AOL’s president of publisher platforms, joins in.

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TIDAL sued over copyright infringement, royalty issues

Back when TIDAL came out, Jay Z claimed the site would be artists first and pay the best rates of any streaming service. Despite the 75% going to artists claim, some artists are alleging this is not the case at all.

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It's 2016: Has anything gotten better for content creators?

After lengthy delays and setbacks, Kanye West's long-awaited follow up to Yeezus, The Life Of Pablo, made an exclusive debut on Tidal, amid a stream of bizarre publicity generating Twitter rants and

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Okay Go tries "exclusive" videos on Facebook to make more revenue

OK Go basically became famous because of Youtube. The majority of people who know them, do so because of their highly inventive videos. Now the news is out that OK Go has placed its newest filmed-in-zero-gravity video for "Upside Down & Inside Out," on Facebook. The video's kinda cool.

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