by Lauren C. Williams Jul 4, 2015
All it takes is one report for Facebook to ask for your ID.
by Jessica Goldstein Feb 2, 2015
In a shocking twist, the dead-kid commercial did not go over well.
by Travis Waldron Jan 23, 2015
The cost of Super Bowl ads will keep it off TV, but for the second straight year, a campaign against the team's name has produced an ad challenging it.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Nov 6, 2014
The change follows a online petition drive that garnered nearly 27,000 signatures.
by Travis Waldron Oct 28, 2014
The ad for Wall's new shoes takes us -- and him -- through a "Process" that is all too prevalent for professional athletes.
by Lauren C. Williams May 28, 2014
Big Data companies, known as data brokers, have been compiling intricate personal profiles on nearly every American shopper, according to an in-depth report from the Federal Trade Commission.
by Jessica Goldstein May 9, 2014
Diet Coke pulls the "You're On" ad campaign just three months after introducing it in North America after realizing the slogan looks like "You're on Coke."
by Lauren C. Williams May 8, 2014
Facebook's plan to start looking through users private messages could be the needed catalyst for better privacy protections.
by Lauren C. Williams Apr 30, 2014
Google stops reading students' emails for ads after students and teachers sued the company earlier this year.
by Lauren C. Williams Apr 17, 2014
General Mills has made it so that in simply liking one of the company's products on Facebook, customers give up their right to sue them for any reason.