Sabzar Ahmad Khan from Kashmir caught national attention for his desperate search for a buyer who could help him cover a debt of over $120,000.
Critics of the ad accused it of promoting “love jihad”, an Islamophobic conspiracy theory. The company called the outrage saddening.
The popular platform Family Tree DNA is piggybacking forensics' use of genealogy databases to sell its product.
PreShow uses facial-recognition tech to constantly monitor you during 20 minutes of advertising—and if you look away, it pauses automatically.
Apparently we've now reached the "racist 4Chan scam" phase of the controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick's new ad.
The dog whistles are getting easier and easier to hear these days.
It's a historic first for American political ads.
In a statement Rihanna addressed the app, rightfully saying that a recent ad which referenced her abuse "let down" sufferers of domestic violence.
"A car for people that have life figured out and just need a way to get somewhere."
This is some creative investing advice.
Jillian Mayer reclaims her personal data from corporations in a guerrilla advertising campaign.