The ANA Is Urging 7 Major Ad Platforms to Allow Independent Auditing, and Most Seem to Be on Board

Instagram, Twitter and more say they support transparency, as Snapchat stays mum.

Twitter Is Pitching Its Live Video During Its First NewFronts Presentation

It's also showcasing its other original content during the May 1 event.

Vice Media Joins the Snapchat Original Series Fray With a Dating Show

Vice's first original show for the platform, a dating series hosted by Action Bronson, will debut later this year.

Facebook Is Banning Developers From Using Its Data to Build Surveillance Tools

The ACLU and other groups have pushed for policy changes, and the network now says data can't be used as it has been in the past to survey activists and other groups.

Vimeo Is Adding 360-Degree Video Capabilities

The video platform is the latest to offer the format, as Facebook expands its own 360 offering.

Snapchat Honors International Women’s Day With Frida Kahlo, Marie Curie and Rosa Parks Lenses

Users can overlay graphics and animated stickers on their photos and videos for 24 hours featuring three of history’s most famous women.

Users Can Now Place Geotagged Stickers on Instagram Stories

Instagram is releasing location-based stickers for users posting to Stories in New York City and Jakarta.

How Some Publishers and Platforms Are Participating in ‘A Day Without a Woman’

Publishers like Bustle and MTV are planning companywide displays of support on Wednesday, March 8.

Google AMP Is Expanding to the Asia-Pacific Region

Google says adding Baidu and Sogou will help cover 90 percent of the Chinese search market.

Facebook Is Giving All Advertisers Cross-Platform Stats in Its Latest Push for Transparency

Facebook is testing Atlas as a measurement tool for all advertisers.