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Impossible Foods made a parody video about poop in beef in response to a Super Bowl ad attacking plant-based ‘meat’
A Super Bowl attack ad targeting plant-based "meat" hit the airwaves on Sunday. Here's why Impossible Foods felt compelled to respond with a parody.
Facebook refuses to fact-check political ads, and it’s infuriating employees and lawmakers. Here’s why the issue continues to dog the comp...
Facebook instituted a policy not to fact-check political ads, and it's causing a stir among its own employees and lawmakers like Elizabeth Warren.
Amid ongoing criticism, Facebook is considering using a label to let people know that political ads aren’t fact-checked
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg believes that his company shouldn't fact-check political ads that run on its platform.
Mark Zuckerberg’s nonanswer about his secret dinner with Trump perfectly illustrates why his views about political speech are under fire
Mark Zuckerberg cares deeply about political speech being publicly available — except when he's dining with President Donald Trump, apparently.
Michael Bloomberg has a new weapon in his $100 million ads offensive against Trump: a former Facebook executive
Gary Briggs used to run Facebook's marketing strategy. Now, he's running the Bloomberg 2020 presidential campaign's marketing strategy.
Spotify is finally giving millions of free users a crucial feature that paid users have had for years
Spotify's ad-driven free service is finally coming to Amazon's Alexa, Sonos, and Bose speakers.
People on Twitter were quick to react to the campaign's ambiguous slogan. The campaign became a trending topic on Twitter shortly after launching.
You can turn off or limit ad tracking on an iPhone through the Privacy menu in your Settings app. You can also choose to turn off location-based ads.
Burger King released a new Crispy Taco on Tuesday, but the tacos we got look nothing like they do in the promotional photos for the new item.
YouTube has lately struggled to protect its vulnerable creators. Analysts say the platform may lack a business incentive to do anything about it.
YouTube has been relatively conservative in reacting to recent scandals. The company's incentive to make sweeping changes is low, analysts say.