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Today’s news: The executives behind the rise in ad-supported streaming video, Peloton doubles down on advertising, and Google escapes misinformation concerns.
Peloton’s sales grew so much during the pandemic that it paused advertising. Now it’s turning the taps back on as it faces an increasingly crowded industry.
As Facebook struggles to fight misinformation ahead of the 2020 elections, Google is escaping the spotlight
- As tech companies gear up to fight misinformation ahead of the 2020 elections, researchers say Google has been “getting a pass on transparency,” reports Tyler Sonnemaker.
- Google has faced pushback over the years for how YouTube deals with misinformation, hate speech, and radical content posted by users. But when it comes to advertising, Google has faced less criticism.
- Researchers argue that Google’s rules around political ads don’t go far enough, including an ad archive that pulls together all political ads.
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