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Texas, 9 other US states file antitrust lawsuit against Google

The lawsuit filed on Wednesday in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas alleges that Google entered into an anticompetitive agreement with Facebook to boost its online advertising business.

Google to block election ads after US presidential polls

The Google ban will target ads that are explicitly election-related.

Don’t blame us for classified ad decline in newspapers: Google

"Of that decline, 92 percent was from the loss of classified ads, and most of these classified revenues went to specialist online providers that target niches such as job advertisements, second-hand goods, or real estate listings."

Microsoft rebranding Bing search engine for better visibility

Microsoft said search advertising revenue decreased by 18 percent or $353 million from the year-ago quarter as advertisers spent less on ads or paid search results.

Rights group leaders ‘disappointed’ after meeting Facebook CEO

"Facebook stands firmly against hate. Being a platform where everyone can make their voice heard is core to our mission, but that doesn't mean it's acceptable for people to spread hate. It's not."

Facebook to label politicians’ harmful posts as advertisers pull out

"Even if a politician or government official says it, if we determine that content may lead to violence or deprive people of their right to vote, we will take that content down."

Facebook admits ‘trust deficit’ as advertisers leave platform

"There is a trust deficit. You try to make a decision and people disagree and maybe that builds that deficit even deeper."

Twitter apologizes for data breach involving business clients

The compromised data includes the business users' email addresses, phone numbers and the last four digits of their credit card number.

YouTube unveils tools to make video ads more shoppable

With YouTube, marketers have the flexibility to shift budgets and invest in driving the results that matter most.

Facebook allows non-medical, homemade face masks on its platforms

The social media giant would still maintain a temporary ban on selling medical masks, such as surgical or N95 masks, to prevent people from exploiting the pandemic for financial gain.

Google gives $15 mn to fund ‘Support Local News ad’ campaign

"We have long partnered with the LMA and LMC to enable a strong future for local news. At this crucial time, when the demand for local journalism is especially great."

YouTube Select to help advertisers reach new audiences launched

To help find the right content for your brand, YouTube Select offers a diverse mix of content packages called lineups each tailored to globally and locally relevant needs like beauty and fashion, entertainment, technology, sports and everything in between.

Facebook warned over ‘deficiencies’ in its advertising metrics

The concerns arose from an Ernst & Young audit over how Facebook measures and reports data about video advertisements, reports The Wall Street Journal.

Digital fingerprinting continues to gain traction with advertisers

Some of these tools include cross-site tracking cookies, tracking pixels, social trackers, content trackers, among others.

Facebook results beat forecasts but shares take a hit

"We're very focused on election integrity, and this is an area where I'm proud of the progress that we've made in preventing foreign interference."

‘WhatsApp from Facebook’ arrives for new users in 2020

"The first reason that I'm excited about this is moving more to end-to-end encryption by default in more of our products. People really like this in WhatsApp."

Google secretly sharing users’ data with advertisers: Report

The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Wednesday directed Google to pay a record $170 million over YouTube's child privacy violations.

Facebook sues Hong Kong-based malicious app developers

The app developers caught for creating the infected apps are Hong Kong-based -- LionMobi and Singapore-based JediMobi, Facebook revealed in a blog-post on Tuesday.

Facebook rolls out new rules for political advertising globally

The authorization process will not change in countries where we've previously launched, and people who previously authorized will not need to reauthorize."

Facebook to launch transparency tools for electoral ads in India

Advertisers will need to be authorized to purchase political ads and the social networking giant will give people more information about ads related to politics and issues.

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