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(Reuters) - Facebook Inc said on Monday it would provide academic researchers information on how political ads were targeted in the lead-up to the presidential election in the United States last year.
Australia’s Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said it’s “inevitable” that Google and other tech behemoths will have to eventually pay for using media content, responding to the Internet giant’s threat to disable its search engine in the country if it’s forced to pay local publishers for news.
PETALING JAYA: The Association of Accredited Advertising Agents Malaysia (4As) is launching its slate of programmes for 2021 with the IPA Effectiveness Essentials Certificate, reaffirming its commitment to fostering continuous professional development for agency and marketing practitioners.
BOSTON (Reuters) - Pension fund managers and religious investors on Friday asked top social media companies to step up their content control efforts to reduce the threat of violence ahead of the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden next week.
Airbnb and Google on Jan 13 unveiled steps aimed at heading off attacks on US democracy as inauguration day neared for President-elect Joe Biden.
For the media industry to survive, it needs to stop practising that pesky thing called journalism.
(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google will stop selling political ads referencing U.S. elections across its services until at least Jan. 21, following last week's violence at the Capitol, according to an email to advertisers seen by Reuters.
(Reuters) - Twitter Inc's decision to suspend President Donald Trump's account will test a truce made last year between CEO Jack Dorsey and top shareholders of the social media company which allowed Dorsey to remain in the top job.
(Reuters) - U.S. civil rights groups will organize an advertiser boycott against Alphabet's YouTube if it does not remove President Donald Trump's channel, the groups told Reuters.
Big tech’s decision to ban the Parler app and block outgoing US President Donald Trump is stoking support for alternative social networking sites and apps that bill themselves as promoting free speech and privacy.