Facebook and Google are both playing politics, but not the same politics, regarding online advertising related to Ireland’s upcoming referendum on abortion’s legality.
Google ads has refused to do business with a Christian publishing house ‘because of the faith we express on our website,’ said CEO Bruce Kintz in a Facebook post today.
Based on oral arguments, even the liberal justices didn’t like a law that discriminates against pro-life pregnancy clinics.
Two happenings in the last week cast new light on Metro’s advertising guidelines that ban political and religious displays, and thus rejected a Catholic Christmas ad campaign.
Several aspects of Metro’s policy against religious ads and its implementation leave it ripe for defeat solely on free speech grounds.
A new ad depicts supporters for Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie as racist murderers who hunt school children from a pickup truck.
The cheerfully dumb Axe that blatantly but sensibly used sex to sell deodorant is no more. Its markedly different tack is a tragic commentary on our times.
To celebrate Mother’s Day, Skittles just released an ad that is the stuff of vomit-inducing nightmares.
Ultimately, it’s pretty rich when a company with zero female executives urges leaders to challenge gender bias at work.
We know half of America is only watching the Super Bowl for the ads.
Do I have to explain to you how difficult it is to raise children when everyone is telling them their skin color is more important than their attitudes?
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