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Super Bowl commercials cost millions, but the payoff is hard for companies to resist. Here's which companies were the biggest winners last year.

Michael Bloomberg will spend at least $100 million to aid Joe Biden in Florida

Netflix shows and movies are full of brands — but is it product placement?

How to watch Quibi without ads by upgrading your account to the ad-free tier

Instagram will let influencers make money off ads on IGTV content, following in the footsteps of YouTube's revenue-sharing model

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg says the company just isn't 'capable' of fact-checking political ads

Impossible Foods made a parody video about poop in beef in response to a Super Bowl ad attacking plant-based 'meat'

Amid ongoing criticism, Facebook is considering using a label to let people know that political ads aren't fact-checked

Mark Zuckerberg's nonanswer about his secret dinner with Trump perfectly illustrates why his views about political speech are under fire

Michael Bloomberg has a new weapon in his $100 million ads offensive against Trump: a former Facebook executive

Spotify is finally giving millions of free users a crucial feature that paid users have had for years

'Meth. We're on it.' South Dakota's new anti-drug campaign went viral to a mixed response

Facebook refuses to fact-check political ads, and it's infuriating employees and lawmakers. Here's why the issue continues to dog the company.

How to turn off or limit personalised ad tracking on your iPhone to protect your privacy

We tried Burger King's new tacos, and they looked shockingly different from their promo photos

YouTube has lately struggled to protect its vulnerable creators. Analysts say the platform may lack a business incentive to do anything about it.

Elizabeth Warren's campaign posted a billboard calling for the breakup of Big Tech in the heart of the tech industry

The UK's advertising authority banned an Amazon promotion for being 'misleading'

Steve Jobs made 3 AM phone calls to argue about Apple ads

A Facebook executive learned a valuable lesson about using Twitter after he publicly contradicted the Mueller investigation