Virginia Passes Data Privacy Law, Reigniting Calls for a Federal Solution
It's the second state in the nation to pass regulations, following California.
Facebook Ends Its Political Advertising Ban 4 Months After the Election
Google lifted its ban last week.
After Australia, US Publishers May Bargain With Tech Giants
Congress is looking to revive a proposal that would enable collective bargaining with tech giants.
Meet the Man Whose Advertising Firm Helped Joe Biden Appeal to Black Voters
His 10-person team handled roughly $70 million worth of ads focused on the African American electorate.
Facebook Bans Myanmar Military Altogether
Ads from Tatmadaw-linked commercial entities are also prohibited.
Google Resumes Political Advertising Following Insurrection Pause
The tech giant stopped such ads in mid-January.
Ed Helms Is the Perfect Messenger to Spark Action on Student Debt Crisis
The star fronted the newest video for grassroots anti-corruption organization RepresentUs.
Facebook Details Efforts to Protect Myanmar Citizens in Wake of Military Coup
Pages, profiles run by the Tatmadaw are seeing significantly reduced distribution of their content.
Twitter Extends Labels for Government Officials, Media Entities to 16 Countries
They were introduced last August for the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council.
Facebook Defends Its Preventive Measures Leading Up to the Capitol Attack
The social network released its Community Standards Enforcement Report for the fourth quarter of 2020.
Facebook Begins Its Test of Reducing Distribution of Political Content in News Feed
It will start out in Brazil, Canada and Indonesia this week with the U.S. to follow.
After a Terrible Year, Brands Try a Serious Approach to the Super Bowl
Brands tried to be serious for their Super Bowl ads, but many came up short.
Fiverr’s Super Bowl Ad Will Put Four Seasons Total Landscaping Back in the Spotlight
The teaser returns us to the backdrop of infamous pro-Trump press conference.
Follow President Biden’s Zero Tolerance Policy When Hiring—and Firing
Don't be disrepectful, per Biden policy.