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Facebook refuses to ban political ads ahead of US election
But will give users some control.
Jan 10 2020 9:02AM
Twitter tightens bans on political ads and causes
Ahead of 2020 US election.
Nov 18 2019 1:34PM
Facebook to ban crypto coin ads
Deemed too scammy.
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Telstra takes Optus to court over 'misleading' ads
Updated: Optus agrees to stop running ad on YouTube.
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Rio Tinto advances autonomous drill project
Gears up for expansion across Pilbara mines.
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Skype now free ad-supported software
Targeted audio ads coming your way.
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Bing in the dock over rogue pharmacy site ads
Report alleges that Microsoft-sponsored links direct users to illegal sites.
Aug 7 2009 11:02AM
Meebo trials new form of web ads
Chat service Meebo is trialling a new form of web advertising in which its instant messaging feature holds permanent adverts in the interface background.
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Google moves into expandable advertising
Google has announced that it is to trial a new form of advertising on its search pages..
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MySpace sells small businesses on self-service ads
The latest push by MySpace to bring in more advertising dollars relies on some unusual ingredients - like Bacon Salt.
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Channel Ten guilty of subliminal ads
Network Ten transmitted subliminal advertising during a music awards show last year, but the government media authority let it off lightly with just a stern warning.
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Malicious "ransomware" banner ads go undetected
Security experts worry that an open-source Flash animation toolkit is being widely misused to create malicious banner advertisements.
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Intrusive ads turn surfers away
Nearly three-quarters of web users have left a favourite site because of intrusive or annoying ads, according to new research.
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Mobile advertising to focus on search ads
Annual spending on mobile search advertising will reach US$445 million in 2008 and is predicted to rise to more than US$2 billion by 2013, according to Juniper Research..
May 26 2008 7:43AM
Google penalises slow-loading ads
Google is planning to crack down on web ads which have landing pages that take too long to load..
Mar 11 2008 7:51AM
Google expands AdSense video ads
Google has expanded its AdSense advertising programme for video, moving the initiative from a YouTube-only trial to a beta programme available on all Google Content Network sites..
Feb 25 2008 8:10AM
Games and ads boost Sohu profits
Profits at Chinese web portal
almost tripled in the last quarter of 2007, the company reported today.
Feb 6 2008 3:22PM
Facebook kills handgun give-away ads
Facebook has refused to host ads from a US millionaire promoting gun training and offering US$3m worth of free handguns.
Jan 23 2008 3:28PM
Anti-drug ads target social networkers
A £1m government advertising campaign highlighting the dangers of drug abuse is targeting social networking websites such as Bebo and MySpace.
Jan 21 2008 2:45PM
Yahoo to serve PDF ads
Adobe and Yahoo have announced a programme which will place adverts in PDF files..
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