Mainstream advertising is still showing up on polarizing and misleading sites — despite efforts to stop it
Online advertising systems regularly put mainstream ads alongside content from the political fringes — and dollars in the pockets of those producing polarizing and politically charged headlines. This mismatch of online content and ads, which digit
The fight over net neutrality today can be reduced to a single sentence: Everyone is suing everyone else.
It took just three days for Facebook to notify authorities and the public that hackers had compromised as many as 50 million user accounts on the social media platform. A swift response.
One component of the traditional relationship between the media and the president is that, when the president isn’t available to answer questions, his press secretary will do so.