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Microsoft broadens advertisement sales partnership with Verizon

Microsoft is expanding its relationship with Verizon Media in a multi-year global deal to build native ad formats across the tech giant’s platforms, the company announced at the Consumer Electronics Show today. Verizon Media, the digital content division of Verizon formerly known as Oath, will now be able to give marketers 20% more inventory on Microsoft through its ad tech stack, Oath Ad Platforms. This means Oath Ad Platforms will be able to deliver native ads across every page of MSN in more than 30 countries, with […]

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Cookies Are Wrecking My Connection

These are dark times for human-device relations. Nosey robot assistants like Alexa and Siri are eavesdropping on us and our cookies—the small pieces of data that collect our preferences and cater advertisements to us—are messing with us. Like that time a pair of sold-out shoes I desperately wanted haunted me across the web for a month. But today we’re here to talk about a different data dilemma: the mildly embarrassing, occasionally grief-inducing toll that personalized ads can take on human-human relationships. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below If […]

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Cartu David Claims: Find out about of Google seek histories finds courting betwe…

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A trio of researchers from Duke University and the University of California has found that Google search data can offer insights into the relationship between anti-Muslim and pro-ISIS sentiment in the U.S. In their paper published on the open access site Science Advances, Christopher Bail, Friedolin Merhout and Peng Ding discuss their study and what they found. In the modern age, as travel and technology have improved, global terrorism has become a major threat. Because of that, those in charge of protecting people […]

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Cartu David Information: The usage of Web seek information to inspect the connection betw…

Abstract Recent terrorist attacks by first- and second-generation immigrants in the United States and Europe indicate that radicalization may result from the failure of ethnic integration—or the rise of intergroup prejudice in communities where “home-grown” extremists are raised. Yet, these community-level drivers are notoriously difficult to study because public opinion surveys provide biased measures of both prejudice and radicalization. We examine the relationship between anti-Muslim and pro-ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) Internet searches in 3099 U.S. counties between 2014 and 2016 using instrumental variable models […]

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