Two commercials were banned on Wednesday in the U.K. that promoted "harmful" gender stereotypes.
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EU Commissioner Margrethe Vestager accused Google of "illegal misuse of its dominant position."
The company has proposed using a formation of tiny satellites known as CubeSats, which will orbit the Earth at an altitude of around 280 miles
The advert was criticized for its mocking depiction of Chinese culture.
"We're up against smart and well-funded adversaries who change their tactics as we spot abuse," Facebook executives said.
"If we get these advertisers pulled maybe @Ingraham will have to become a camp counselor and learn how wrong she is," he tweeted.
Distressing scenes from the 15-rated horror film "Insidious: The Last Key" appeared in adverts before YouTube videos for child-friendly brands including Lego and Frozen.
A coalition of rights groups has filed a legal complaint against the Google-owned video platform.
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Critics said quoting a Martin Luther King Jr. sermon to sell trucks was "crass and inappropriate."
"If an ad tries to scare people into getting a new vaccine...those who are thinking about God won't respond as strongly."
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More than 22 advertisers have abandoned the show, which averages close to four million viewers daily.
"When empathy is sacrificed for automation you end up with marketing pollution."
The ketchup-maker has brought to life fictional ads Draper pitched in "Mad Men," but not those of his protégé.
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Some football fans called for people to #BoycottBud, over Budweiser's ad about immigrant co-founder.
The 30-second TV spot is increasingly anachronistic in a fragmented media age of streaming video, ad blockers and DVR viewing.
The iconic marketing campaign attempted to rescue New York City after economic and social failures. And it worked.
Methbot scam saw thieves create fake accounts to defraud advertisers.