Google is cracking down on those repeatedly violating the company’s ad policies, piloting a three-strikes program.
A group of tech companies with a history of protecting user privacy is calling for a ban on “surveillance-based advertising.”
Invisibly is looking to disrupt the advertising industry, launching a platform that puts people in control of their data.
Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has filed a lawsuit trying to have Google declared a public utility.
Microsoft has announced its Advertising platform can now import Facebook Ads.
“Our digital performance was up 50 percent,” says Target CEO Brian Cornell. “As we gain…
Google is facing another privacy-related lawsuit, this time for allegedly doing something the company promised it would never do: sell user data.
Following reports Verizon was exploring a sale of Yahoo and AOL, its Verizon Media business is being sold to Apollo Funds.