Facebook and Twitter said Russia is trying to use their platforms to spread disinformation. Ahead of the U.S. presidential campaign, the same Russian network that targeted the 2016 campaign is up and running again, said the internet platforms, which came under intense criticism for their failure to act quickly in the last election. The Wall Street Journal said Facebook banned accounts linked to...
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Netflix Tells Advertisers Sign-Ups to Ad Tier Doubled in January
Netflix is making progress in its plunge into advertising—slowly. The streaming firm told advertisers in the past 10 days that new sign-ups for the tier with ads had doubled in January over December, a sign that low-cost offering was catching on with subscribers, ad executives say. Netflix didn’t tell advertisers how many sign-ups that amounted to. But last fall, when it was first...
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