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  • Google, Facebook move to restrict ads on fake news sites

    Facebook's steps are limited to its ad policies, and do not target fake news sites shared by users on their news feeds...

    “We do not integrate or display ads in apps or sites containing content that is illegal, misleading or deceptive, which includes fake news,” Facebook said in a statement, adding that it will continue to vet publishers to ensure compliance...

  • Facebook ads reveal real Russian game

    THE Facebook ads placed by a Russian troll farm and released on Wednesday show that the Russian propaganda campaign of 2016 didn’t favour either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton...

    ”If the social network ads placed by the St Petersburg Internet Research Agency — a troll collective linked to Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Kremlin-connected restaurateur — reflect the strategy of the influence campaign, the intelligence community was wrong...

  • Copies of famous artworks replace ads on Tehran billboards

    TEHRAN: In an unusual move by Tehran’s mayor, hundreds of copies of famous artworks — both of world masters and Iranian artists — have been plastered on some 1,500 billboards across the city, transforming the Iranian capital into a gigantic, open-air exhibition...

    The 10-day project, which ends on Friday, has stirred both appreciation and criticism
  • The state’s ads

    Government ads shouldn’t be used as a weapon against the press...

    ”Recently, Indian supreme court judges expressed their displeasure at state ads which projected the chief ministers of states and detailed at public expense their splendid achievements to a captive audience...

  • Pemra criticised for failing to act against ‘indecent’ ads

    ISLAMABAD: Three PML-N MNAs have criticised the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) for failing to check the airing of ‘indecent’ advertisements by private television channels...

    She insisted that some advertisements carried content that was “not acceptable” in “an Islamic, conservative society” like Pakistan’s...

  • ‘Unknown Rangers’ ads

    IT may be a case of “unknown” Rangers but, to borrow a phrase from a memorable statement once uttered by an American politician, there are also aspects of it that are “known knowns” — facts people are aware of (but which the Rangers would rather they were not)...

    However, the furore over the advertisements placed by some Sindh Police officials that appeared in various newspapers on Tuesday, each with a picture of an ostensibly missing...
  • Ads can be 'useful': Facebook blocks ad blockers

    NEW YORK: Facebook is blocking ad blockers on the desktop version of its service, saying well-made, relevant ads can be “useful”...

    At the same time, the world's biggest social media company says it is giving users easier ways to decide what types of ads they want to see — unless, of course, the answer is “none”...

  • Condom ads banned by Pemra

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) has directed TV and Radio channels to "immediately stop" airing advertisements marketing contraceptives and family planning products, according to a notification issued to all media outlets this week...

    The regulatory body warned of "legal actions under Pemra laws" against media organisations failing to follow the directives on such ads...

  • Pemra withdraws ban on contraceptive ads

    ISLAMABAD: Within days of imposing a ban on airing advertisements for contraceptive products on electronic media, the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (Pemra) realised that promoting birth control measures was part of the national agenda and could not be banned...

    This is not the first time Pemra has acted against the broadcast of contraceptive ads...

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