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Apple Defends Delay of iOS 14 Feature Limiting App Tracking, Blasts Facebook

Earlier this year, human rights and privacy groups including the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Human Rights Watch wrote to Apple, asking why it was delaying the introduction of a feature that would force apps to receive explicit opt-in from iPhone users before tracking them. Apple responded, according to BloombergRead more...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Apps, Science, Technology, Privacy, Advertising, Antitrust, Ads, Feuds, Tracking, App Store


IIHS Study Underlines the Perils of Driver Disengagement

It turns out there’s a name for the false sense of security provided by modern driving aids. According to researchers with the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s AgeLab, the phenomenon is called “driver disengagement” and it’s assumed to be a contributing factor to roadways fatalities. The duo recently published […] The post IIHS Study Underlines the Perils of Driver Disengagement appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Technology, Safety, Distracted Driving, Studies, Autos, Ads, Reports, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, IIHS, Insurance Institute for Highway Safety IIHS, News Blog, Automotive Safety, Studies & Reports, Advanced Driving Aids, Driver Disengagement


YouTube Will Now Play Ads Before More Videos, But Creators Won't See a Dime

In an update to its Terms of Service on Wednesday, YouTube announced that it will now run advertisements before videos created by users who are not already members of its Partner Program, but will not share the new revenue it receives with those users.
Tags: Videos, Science, Youtube, Revenue, Advertisements, Ads, Users, YouTube Partner Program


Facebook and Google Extend Political Ad Bans, Due to Certain Circumstances Currently Affecting Democracy

Facebook and Google aren’t lifting their political ad bans soon, most likely not until Donald Trump sorts out a coup timeline concedes.Read more...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Science, Youtube, Ads, Donald Trump, The Coup


Real Estate Podcast: How To Get More Listings With YouTube Ads

In today’s Real Estate Podcast we hear from Super Agents Live and learn why you might want to start incorporating youtube ads in your quiver.  They talk about how to buy ads, when you actually get charged for an ad and how to target your ideal type of person or demographic.
Tags: Podcast, Real Estate, Youtube, You Tube, Radio, Ads, Real Estate Podcasts, Super Agents Live


Facebook took down Trump ads that claimed it was already Election Day

US President Donald Trump. MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images Facebook pulled down four sets of Trump ads on Tuesday, two of which implied it was already Election Day. The Trump ads all featured the copy "Vote today!" and two of them contained the phrase "election day is today!" Facebook said it took the ads down for violating its ad policies, but did not specify which policies exactly they had broken. Facebook now has a seven-day ban on any new political ads being approved ahead of the elec...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, US, America, Trends, United States, Arizona, Ads, Donald Trump, Financial Times, Trump, Misinformation, Donald J Trump, Georgia Florida, Tech Insider, Presidential election 2020


Google Says It Is Prohibiting Political Ads for a Week After November 3

Google, like Facebook, is banning all ads related to the 2020 elections for a week after Nov. 3, the company wrote in a blog post on Tuesday.
Tags: Google, Facebook, Science, Technology, Voting, Advertising, Joe Biden, Ads, Election, Donald Trump, Nov, Voter Fraud, Political Ads, 2020 Election, Vote By Mail, Mail In Ballots


Google confirms post-Election Day political ad ban, partners with AP on election results

Google today announced several updates related to how it’s helping direct people to the polls, provide election results, and help people access real-time election news across its platforms and services, like Search, Assistant and YouTube. The company said it will again partner with the Associated Press (AP) to deliver authoritative information on election results on both Google Search and Assistant. It also confirmed reports that it won’t run political ads on its platform after the polls cl...
Tags: Travel, Google, TC, Facebook, Politics, Elections, US, Ap, Ads, Associated Press AP, Political Ads, Election Day, Google Search Google News, Search Assistant and YouTube


TikTok invests in social commerce via new Shopify partnership

TikTok is further investing in social commerce with today’s announcement of a new global partnership with e-commerce platform Shopify. The deal aims to make it easier for Shopify’s over 1 million merchants to reach TikTok’s younger audience and drive sales. The partnership will eventually expand to include other in-app shopping features, as well, the companies said. At launch, the agreement allows Shopify merchants to create, run and optimize their TikTok marketing campaigns directly from ...
Tags: Amazon, Social, TC, Facebook, Ecommerce, Video, Instagram, Advertising Tech, Social Media, Tech, Walmart, E-commerce, Ads, Teespring, Black, Shopify


TikTok partners with Shopify on social commerce

TikTok is further investing in social commerce with today’s announcement of a new global partnership with e-commerce platform Shopify. The deal aims to make it easier for Shopify’s over 1 million merchants to reach TikTok’s younger audience and drive sales. The partnership will eventually expand to include other in-app shopping features, as well, the companies said. At launch, the agreement allows Shopify merchants to create, run and optimize their TikTok marketing campaigns directly from ...
Tags: Amazon, Social, Startups, TC, Facebook, Ecommerce, Video, Instagram, Advertising Tech, Social Media, Walmart, E-commerce, Ads, Teespring, Black, Shopify


Trump's campaign has spent up to $40,000 on Facebook ads promoting baseless rumors that Biden wears an earpiece

Democratic Presidential candidate and former US Vice President Joe Biden (L) and US President Donald Trump speaking during the first presidential debate at the Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio on September 29, 2020. Jim Watson, Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images The Trump campaign has started running ads which tap into unfounded online rumors that Joe Biden wore an earpiece during Tuesday's presidential debate. The ads claim Biden "refused" to take a drug...
Tags: Facebook, Washington Post, Drugs, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Bbc, Hillary Clinton, Ads, Biden, Donald Trump, George W Bush, Joe, Trump, Misinformation, Cleveland Clinic


Leverage Passive Income To Create Multiple Income Streams

Warren Buffett once said that the 8th wonder of the world is compound interest. I would like to add a 9th - passive income. In today's guide, I'm going to teach you how you can turn your blog into a passive income machine, making money while you sleep. The post Leverage Passive Income To Create Multiple Income Streams appeared first on Bloggingtips.com.
Tags: Blogging, Monetization, Ads, Warren Buffett, Affiliate, Digital Products, Physical Products


U.S. Troops Asked About Using 'Heat Ray' Weapon Against Protesters, According to Whistleblower

Federal troops in Washington, D.C. considered using high-tech weapons, including sound cannons and so-called “heat rays,” against protesters outside the White House in June, according to sworn testimony from a whistleblower with the D.C. National Guard. The new evidence was obtained by both NPR and the Washington Post…Read more...
Tags: Science, Washington Post, Washington, Attorney General, White House, War, Drones, Darpa, Ads, Npr, Weapons, Air Force, Donald Trump, Whistleblowers, US Air Force, National Guard


Federal officers stockpiled semi-automatic rifles and tried to obtain a controversial 'heat ray' ahead of tear-gassing protesters for Trump's photo-op, a whistleblower says

Members of the DC National Guard, U.S. Park Police and U.S. Secret Service watch from Lafayette Park as demonstrators gather to protest the death of George Floyd on June 2, 2020. Alex Brandon/AP Federal law enforcement officers stocked up on semi-automatic rifles hours before forcefully clearing protesters from Lafayette Square in Washington, DC, according to whistleblower testimony obtained by The Washington Post. Officers also unsuccessfully sought to obtain a controversial "heat ray" th...
Tags: Politics, News, Washington Post, White House, US, Trends, Department Of Defense, Missouri, Washington Dc, Tennessee, New York Times, Ads, Homeland Security, Secret Service, Npr, Dc


Burger King makes out with Ronald McDonald in Pride campaign 'Love Conquers All'

Is it getting hot in here or is it Pride Week in Helsinki? : Burger King Finland's campaign "Love conquers all" is a celebration of love and all the forms it takes."Burger King has always stood for equality, love and everyone's right to be just the way they are. The only instance where it might not seem so, is when we're bantering with our competitor. But we want to be clear – it all stems from the respect we have for them. And we know McDonald's stands for the values we stand for, too", ...
Tags: Post, News, Finland, Ads, Burger King, Helsinki, McDonald, Ronald McDonald, Clowns, Love Conquers All, Burger King Finland, Kaisa Kasila


How to make eating fun

I never lived until I ate off a Zoo Pals plate.
Tags: Video, News, Entertainment, How To, Ads, Commercial Jingles


Ad - Do You Need Extra Money?

Cheerful greeting cards Do You Need Extra Money? 1950s - For budding entrepreneurs, Cheerful Card company offers greeting cards and gift wrap to sell to friends and neighbors. Looks like a variety of designs, but none are holiday, birthday or event-themed as far as I can tell. As they say: "it costs nothing to try". Published in Lorna, the Jungle Girl #18. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Ads [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ads, 1950s, Lorna, Ted Ignacio


Netflix's New Free-To-Watch Gambit Comes With A Very Dumb Catch

Netflix has always stood out from many of its competitors by eschewing an ad-supported model since its inception, no matter how hard its investors begged the company to consider otherwise. They’re still very much no going that route, but a “free” version of the service exists now—sorta. Read more...
Tags: Science, Netflix, Streaming, Ads


Walmart Wants to Get Its Greasy Hands on TikTok

The uncool bidders for extremely cool video app TikTok now reportedly include, uh, Walmart.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Microsoft, Privacy, China, Social Media, Walmart, Cybersecurity, Ads, Donald Trump, Bytedance, Tiktok, Mergersandacquisitions


Why Is Disney+ Running Commercials From 1977?

With the Covid-19 pandemic shutting completely down film and TV production, streaming services are getting creative when it comes to sourcing new content. If you’re a Disney+ subscriber and search for The Mouseketeers at Walt Disney World, you’ll be treated to a thinly-veiled hour-long ad for the theme park that…Read more...
Tags: Commercials, Science, Disney, Ads, Walt Disney World, The Wonderful World of Disney, Disney Plus, The Mouseketeers At Walt Disney World


Report: TikTok Collected Persistent IDs From Android Phones in Apparent Violation of Google Policy

TikTok, the Chinese-owned video app that Donald Trump’s administration is incoherently threatening to ban from the U.S. and may be gearing up for a court fight in response, quietly collected persistent identifiers from Android devices for 15 months, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.Read more...
Tags: Apps, Science, Technology, Privacy, China, Advertising, Cybersecurity, Ads, Donald Trump, Bytedance, Tiktok


Any Tips on What This Underwear Ad Means With Its ‘Turtlenecks’ Metaphor?

Let's cut to the chase: this is an ad about circumcision. Why is this spot for Australian underwear brand Bonds about circumcision? Ostensibly it's because their underwear is comfortable for men who were snipped after birth or who still keep it au naturel in the penis department, though it's unclear whether that's actually ever been...
Tags: Australia, Advertising, Ads, Underwear, Circumcision, AdFreak


John Stamos Will Knit You a Scarf If Geico’s Savings Aren’t Enough for You

In social media, celebrities in 2020 don't have much more to offer you than the occasional solemn video about how "we're all in this together," filmed from the socially distant comfort of their 200-room mansions. But what if they could offer benefits that were a bit more practical? In Geico's campaign launched this summer, expanded...
Tags: Celebrities, Advertising, Insurance, Ads, John Stamos, GEICO, Ad of the Day


I Was Horrified at How Many Ads the New Brave Browser and VPN for iOS Blocked

Between a minefield of ads and trackers, browsers have added a number of security and privacy features over the past few years. Brave is the latest, announcing today that it’s partnering up with Guardian to launch a new version of its iOS browser, Brave Firewall + VPN.
Tags: Security, Science, Privacy, Browsers, Ads, Vpn, Brave, First Look, For Those Pesky Mobile Ads Just Sayin


Australian regulator sues Google for linking users’ data ‘without their consent’ to target ads

Australia’s competition and consumer rights watchdog — Australian Competition & Consumer Commission — on July 26, sued Google for allegedly “misleading” “millions of Australians” to collect “potentially sensitive and private” browsing history of its users, without people’s informed consent. It said that the company did not gain explicit informed from users, about its move in 2016 to start combining personal information in consumers’ Google accounts with information about those individuals’ activ...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Google, Facebook, News, Privacy, Australia, Eu, Ads, App Store, Data Privacy, Sims, DoubleClick, ACCC, Rod Sims, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission


Ad - Complete 15 piece Broncho Buster Cowboy Outfit

Broncho Buster Cowboy Outfit Complete 15 piece Broncho Buster Cowboy Outfit, 1950s - Aimed at both boys and girls, the costume comes with a mask, neckerchief, arm cuffs, vest, badge, gun and gun holsters, boot tops and rope for boys and girls. Published in Out of the Shadows #5. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Ads [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Ads, 1950s, Ted Ignacio, Broncho Buster Cowboy Outfit, Broncho Buster Cowboy Outfit Complete


How to Get Rid of Samsung's Ads on Your Galaxy Phone

I don’t have a Samsung smartphone, but if I did, I’d be pretty pissed about paying anywhere from $1,000-$2,000 for a device that comes packed full of native advertising. Your not-so-meager investment apparently isn’t enough for Samsung, which has taken to filling its default apps on its devices full of ads. There are…
Tags: Apps, Advertising, Samsung, Ads, Lifehacks, Adblocker


Google brings free product listings to its main Google Search results

Earlier this year, Google made a significant change to its Shopping search tab in the U.S. to allow the service to primarily feature free product listings selected by Google’s algorithms, instead of paid ads. Building on that change, Google is today introducing a shift to free product listings in the main Google Search results page in the U.S. Before, it would only showcase sponsored links in its “product knowledge panel.” This panel appears when a Google user searches for a product that has mat...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Ecommerce, Shopping, Advertising Tech, Tech, E-commerce, Search, Online Shopping, Ads, Products, Advertiser, Emarketer, Search Ads, Google Google, Amazon Now


Zuckerberg: It Is Now More Convenient for Me to Be the Arbiter of Truth

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has pulled a massive 180—at least on his public rhetoric—and said at a town hall meeting and Facebook post on Friday that the company will start affixing labels to or taking down posts from public figures like Donald Trump that violate its rules, as well as prohibit more categories of hate…Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Politics, Science, Technology, Ads, Donald Trump, Zuckerberg, Political Ads


Spotify tests in-app offers, an interactive ad format for podcasts

Spotify is testing a new, more interactive ad format designed for podcasts: the in-app offer. Instead of prompting listeners to remember a coupon code or visit a specific website address, the in-app offer allows users to redeem an offer at a time that’s convenient for them. This is done by way of a visual reminder within the Spotify app which displays the sponsors on the podcast episode’s page. Below the podcast and description, a new section titled “Episode Sponsors” will appear, allowing li...
Tags: Travel, Mobile, Apps, Spotify, Media, Podcasts, Germany, Advertising, Ads, Harry, Ad Tech, Consumer Electronics Show, Kim Kardashian West, Joe Rogan, DC Warner Bros, Joel Withrow