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A picture taken in Moscow on March 22, 2018 shows an illustration picture of the Russian language version of Facebook about page featuring the face of founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg. A public apology by Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg, on March 22, 2018 failed to quell outrage over the hijacking …

Priorities: Facebook Will Show Even More Ads in New Places

Despite previous debates relating to privacy issues following 87 million Facebook users’ data allegedly being accessed without their direct consent, Facebook has chosen to further increase the platforms on which it displays ads to its users.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a campaign rally at Macomb Community College South Campus October 31, 2016 in Warren, Michigan.

Trump Campaign Launches $25 Million Ad Buy in Key States

The Trump campaign is going on offense, targeting ads at a few traditionally blue states as well as key battle ground states, including: Florida, Colorado, Iowa, Michigan, Maine, New Mexico, Ohio, North Carolina, Wisconsin, Nevada, Virginia, and New Hampshire.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets children outside of a polling station at Southeast Raleigh Magnet High School on March 15, 2016 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Hillary Clinton Ads Surround Her With Children

The pair of ads show Clinton hugging children, smiling at children, holding children, comforting children, and talking to children. “It’s in the quiet moments when you see why she does this. For Hillary, it’s always been about kids,” a woman narrator explains.

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Comcast, Facebook Refuse to Run Ads for ‘Family Night’ at Gun Range

When Osseo Gun Club & Pro Shop reached out to Comcast to run commercials for “family night” at their gun range, they were told they could only run the commercials if they did not use the word “gun” and if they removed the phrase “family night.” At the same time, Facebook informed Chris Williamson—owner of Osseo Gun Club & Pro Shop—that they would not let him put up posts on the “family night” event because his business sells guns.

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9th Circuit Upholds Ban on Bus Ads About Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

In an editorial published Friday, the Los Angeles Times has lambasted the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals for upholding the decision of Seattle’s transit system to block ads that denounced the U.S. for supporting “Israeli war crimes”–and all ads relating to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Bundled Cable Deathwatch: Lost Viewers Force Nets to Increase Ads

On top of obnoxiously high prices, a big reason people (especially Millennials) are fleeing to Streaming, is the obnoxious number of commercials that disrupt/infect/pummel every cable television show. Nevertheless, in order to make up for declining viewership, desperate cable networks