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AirAsia | December 04, 2018
The Malaysian Aviation Commission (Malcolm) has imposed a financial penalty on AirAsia Bhd and AirAsia X Bhd, amounting to RM160,000 each, for advertising misleading air ticket prices. Both entities have made the full penalty payment to the commission on Oct 26 and Nov 9 respectively, it said in a statement. According to the Malcolm, the misleading air ticket prices advertised in the second quarter of this year falls under the non-compliance of subparagraph 3(1) of the Malaysian Aviation Consume...
effinghamdailynews | January 13, 2020
The tech giant recently announced it would not ban false political advertising, or disallow ad targeting that could fuel discrimination or racism and generally create even bigger divides in the American electorate. Facebook is shirking it social responsibility as a company with great power to influence the next election and American democracy. Google has agreed to prohibit ads making false claims and so called “deep-fake” videos that mislead through doctoring images or using a real i...
borneobulletin | January 13, 2020
Two powerful Maryland politicians want that ad chasing you around the Internet to pay the state for the privilege of collecting your data. Maryland’s current and former Senate presidents have proposed a novel way to pioneer taxes on targetted digital advertising, a plan they estimate could deliver more than USD100 million per year to help pay for a sweeping education overhaul. In what appears to be first-in-the-nation legislation, social media companies such as Facebook and Google would fa...
Adweek | January 13, 2020
The trend of college admissions officers visiting the social media profiles of applicants is back on the upswing, according to the latest survey from Kaplan Test Prep. The educational and career-services provider polled nearly 300 college admissions officers and found that 36% of them turn to applicants' profiles on social platforms including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.
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