Twitter still can't properly enforce its content policies
The 'Acceptable Ads' whitelist is under fire again
The company sells $5 billion worth of ads to Chinese companies every year
It used ads to trick people into downloading malware
Another tech giant distances itself from Facebook's stance on political ads
Many believe letting politicians lie with impunity is against the company's core values
The presidential candidate goes meta
Users are less than happy about the move
"Our responsibility was never to the creators or to the users --- it was to the advertisers."
Following last weekend's mass shootings
CooTek had previously promised to stop the practice
Like a future portal to the past
Mozilla is looking to test the subscription waters
It's claimed the phones aren't as waterproof as the ads suggest
Available in Brave's Nightly and Dev beta branches now
The marketing program is on a slow rollout with select users; full implementation coming in a few months
Ad frequency and format will not change and Premium users will remain unaffected
"What they did was akin to defacing public property"
Eliminates cookies and cross-site tracking
Without compromising your privacy
No actual killing will take place
Why does a $1,000 TV need ads?