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Sep 16, 2017
Facebook isn't the only one, Google and Twitter also let advertisers target racists: ReportGoogle, the world's biggest ad platform, allows advertisers to specifically target ads to people typing racist and bigoted terms into its search bar
Sep 15, 2017
US election commission seeks public comment on revision of disclaimer rules for online adsFacebook said an operation likely based in Russia spent $100,000 on thousands of US ads fueling concerns about foreign meddling in US elections.
Aug 18, 2017
Facebook introduces an option where advertisers can buy video ads to meet the target audienceThe move gives advertisers an option to specify whether they would like their in-stream ads to appear on Facebook itself.
Jun 02, 2017
Google is planning to build Ad-blocker inside Chrome next year; plans to use it as a quality filterCoalition for Better Ads’, a group that consists of Google, News Corp, The Washington Post and Facebook is responsible for determining what ads meet the standards.
Aug 11, 2015
Ad-blocking software could cost $21.8 billion to online businesses in 2015Currently Firefox and Chrome lead the mobile space with 93 percent share of mobile ad blocking.
Mar 23, 2015
Online ad revenue at risk in war on 'click fraud'Array
Jan 29, 2015
SC bans Google, Yahoo, Microsoft from showing sex determination ads in IndiaSupreme Court directed search engines like Google, Yahoo and Microsoft to strictly comply with Indian laws and block advertisements on sex determination.
May 16, 2014
Google, Yahoo warned about malicious online adsArray
Feb 13, 2014
And now get ready for ads on Mozilla's Firefox browserMozilla, the company behind the Firefox Internet browser, will start selling ads as it tries to grab a larger slice of the fast-expanding online advertising market.
Oct 06, 2013
Twitter's 218 million users not a big enough audience for ad buyersAd buyers have told Twitter that their 218 million users don't constitute a "big enough audience" for them.