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Bing Follows Facebook, Google in Banning Crypto Ads – The Merkle

Microsoft Corp. announced earlier this week that its native search engine, Bing, will ban all cryptocurrency-related ads by July of this year. The announcement was made in an official blog post in which the company’s Advertiser Policy Manager, Melissa Alsoszatai-Petheo, made it known to users that in the spirit of “constant work-policy evaluation” and in order to ensure that customers were being provided ...

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Microsoft’s Bing to Remove all Cryptocurrency Ads, Industry Impact is Minimal

Various technology companies do not take kindly to cryptocurrency ads. Google has banned such advertisements in the past. Facebook took a similar stance not that long ago. Now Microsoft is barring all related advertisements from its Bing search engine. None of these developments are positive, yet they aren’t the issue for any recent cryptocurrency price dip. Bing Gets rid of ...

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Microsoft’s Search Engine Bing Says It Will Ban Crypto-Related Ads By July 2018

Microsoft-powered search engine Bing has joined other internet giants in announcing it will ban cryptocurrency-related advertisements on its network by July 2018, according to an official blog post today, May 15. According to the statement, the main reason for the company’s decision to ban “advertising for cryptocurrency” and “cryptocurrency related products” is the current unregulated status of cryptocurrencies, which allegedly ...

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Changing the Face of the Internet, Online.io to Provide A User Experience Free of Ads, Viruses and Privacy Intrusion – The Merkle

Decentralized platform Online.io will restructure how the internet will be used by people. Offering users protection from intrusive ads, malicious codes/apps and privacy violations. May 8th, 2018: Today, the model of most websites is to offer free services to its users. The word “free” is arbitrary, since these platforms earn profits from running ads and collecting user’s datum to be ...

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Malicious ICO-Related Google Ads Continue to Show Up – The Merkle

The cryptocurrency industry has been plagued by scams for quite some time now, especially when it comes to paid advertisements on popular search engines. The NEX ICO, for example, is subject to a lot of fake advertisements, which makes it very difficult for novice users to distinguish between reality and fiction. Cryptocurrency Scams Rise in Number People who have been invested in ...

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UK Financial Guru Sues Facebook over Fraud Crypto Ads

Join our community of 10 000 traders on Hacked.com for just $39 per month. UK television personality, Martin Lewis is suing Facebook for defamation, stating the social media giant has failed to stop fake adverts that use his face and name. Some of these fake ads have been pushing cryptocurrency scams. The man who founded the UK’s biggest consumer website, ...

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AR Platform To Woo Shoppers To Blockchain By Paying Them To Watch Ads

A start-up Blockchain company is using augmented reality (AR) to deliver services that the public “need and use in their daily lives” – bringing together social networking and shopping on one intuitive cryptocurrency platform. Scanetchain says it is well placed to become a big player in the booming AR industry, which is predicted to be worth $120 bln globally by ...

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British Finance Expert To Sue Facebook For Scam Cryptocurrency Ads

Martin Lewis, an English finance journalist and money-saving expert, is set to issue High Court proceedings against Facebook Monday April 23, accusing the social network of defamation related to deceptive cryptocurrency advertisements, according to Lewis’s blog post on April 20. Lewis will launch legal action against the company claiming that within the last year the social platform has published more ...

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Crypto Ads Ban Is Temporary, According To LinkedIn’s Co-Founder

Cointelegraph had a chance to talk to Eric Ly, Chinese-American investor and businessman and co-founder of LinkedIn, where for years he also served as founding CTO. In the beginning of his career Eric held technical positions at prominent companies such as Steve Job’s NeXT, IBM or General Magic, before co-founding LinkedIn with his Stanford classmate and other colleagues in 2002. ...

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