Unilever, one of the world’s largest advertisers, threatens to pull its ads from Facebook and Google over toxic content
Unilever, one of the world's largest advertisers, is threatening to pull its ads from social sites such as Facebook and YouTube if the tech companies don't do more to minimize divisive content on their platforms. Unilever’s Chief Marketing Office
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British lawmakers grilled Silicon Valley social media giants over the presence of “fake news” and Russian influence on their platforms in Washington (DC). The British parliament members asked Twitter, Facebook and YouTube representatives pointed
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A bipartisan budget deal announced by Senate leaders includes $20 billion for U.S.