Advertisers flee YouTube over videos exploiting children, 'disturbing' autofill results

Major companies have suspended advertising campaigns on YouTube after their ads were displayed with videos depicting children in threatening situations—while the tech giant investigates ‘disturbing’ autofill results that users flagged over the weekend.

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CFB Strategies Cofounders Anderson and Vaillancourt: Catching Up With CRM


CRM innovations in recent years have had a significant impact on campaigns and nonprofit organizations, according to CFB Strategies President Trace Anderson. “Traditionally in the campaign world, it was an old-school mentality of just collecting checks,” he said. “Even when I started working in politics, from 2006 to 2008, everything was done by hand. Now, with everything being done online, there are numerous channels of fundraising, and the cloud enables us to combine all of that information and segment it properly.”

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/83783.html?rss=1

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Report claims iMessage spam on the rise, but little evidence appears in support

Despite accounts of purportedly wide-ranging unsolicited marketing campaigns plaguing iMessage users in recent months, spam on Apple’s over-the-top messaging service appears to be the exception, rather than the rule.



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