The Reason You Hate Online Ads The New York Times
The algorithms know what we'll do, but not why we do it. At least not yet.
Lego marketing chief says the challenge with online advertising is that so much content is 'damaging' to kids CNBC
Lego CMO Julia Goldin said the company focuses some YouTube advertising on adults because the company has concerns about kids' privacy on the site.
Best Ad Blockers for Chrome in 2019 Android Central
Pop-ups, banners and video ads are at the very least annoying, but many also harbor malware. Here are some ad blockers to help cut through the noise.
FEC chair makes another go at regulating online political ads Center for Responsive Politics
FEC Chair Ellen Weintraub is proposing rules that would require online political ads to attach a disclaimer describing who is paying for them.
What if We All Just Sold Non-Creepy Advertising? The New York Times
The big ad-tech companies know how to sell ads without damaging privacy, but they choose not to.
Targeted ads offer little extra value for online publishers, study suggests TechCrunch
How much value do online publishers derive from behaviorally targeted advertising that uses privacy-hostile tracking technologies to determine which advert to ...
Microsoft hasn't given up on its ads business even though Facebook and Google are dominating CNBC
Microsoft doesn't talk much about online advertising. That's understandable considering the scrutiny Google and Facebook are under for relying on consumer ...
3 Big Cannes Lions Takeaways Marketers Can Learn From Adweek
The 2019 Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity last week answered a nagging question for me: Is all this chatter about brands being more human ...
“What went wrong with online ads?” KFC, Unilever and Deloitte reflect on Cannes Lions Netimperative
With the final day of Cannes underway, this morning saw The Economist Group's last Wake Up with The Economist panel take on some of the industry's hottest ...
How E-Commerce Sites Manipulate You Into Buying Things You May Not Want The New York Times
When potential customers visit the online resale store ThredUp, messages on the screen regularly tell them just how much other users of the site are saving.
When Victoria's Secret left the swimsuit business, direct-to-consumer brands began to thrive CNBC
When Victoria's Secret exited the swimsuit business in 2016, it opened the floodgates for start-ups to conquer that market.
Medical Council serves notice on doctors for online ads The Hindu
The Tamil Nadu Medical Council (TNMC) has served notices on 100 doctors — majority of them from Chennai — for advertising online. The council has initiated ...
Sex, drugs, and self-harm: Where 20 years of child online protection law went wrong The Washington Post
Two decades after Congress tried to wall off the worst of the Internet in hopes of protecting the privacy and innocence of children, the ramparts lie in ruins.
Brands found targeting junk food ads at children online Marketing Week
Junk food ads for brands including McDonald's, Marks & Spencer and Asda were found to be appearing alongside videos on YouTube channels directed at ...
Two years after Premier Agent fracas, NYS regulators tighten rules for online ads The Real Deal
UPDATED: May 31, 3:30 p.m.: Two years after New York's top brokers blasted StreetEasy's Premier Agent for causing a “maelstrom” of consumer confusion, ...