Joni Ernst Unveils SWAG Act to Cut Wasteful Government Spending on Fidget Spinners, Mascots, Koozies
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) unveiled her new bill to rein in government agency public relations and advertising spending on mascots, koozies, and fidget spinners on Breitbart News Daily.
Tech giant Facebook will pay $40 million to settle a class-action lawsuit after admitting that it overstated video-viewing metrics over an 18-month period between 2015 and 2016. The overinflated video view counts led advertisers to overpay for ads.
As antitrust investigations into Google heat up, business owners are speaking out against one of the company’s ad practices, known as „conquesting.“ Edible Arrangements CEO Tariq Farid says the practice is „killing“ business for his franchisees, and Ba…
Google and other Silicon Valley tech giants are attempting to water down the first major data-privacy law in the United States, the California Consumer Privacy Act, according to a recent report. Google and the rest of Silicon Valley wants special exemp…
Social media company Twitter has admitted that an internal bug in its ad targeting system means that the site shared user data with advertising partners without consent.
The New York Times published an article recently outlining how Google ads can be used to influence and „socially engineer“ users.
LONDON (AP) — Hapless husbands and housework-burdened moms were being banished from British advertising, as a crackdown on “harmful” gender stereotypes came into force Friday.