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3 Advanced Hacks to Grow Your Business With Instagram,

Kroosp — An urban carpooling app with a social twist,

OneTap — Purchase anything on Instagram with one tap,

Insta-checkout? New Instagram service lets you shop without leaving the platform,

‘They value what we think’: TikTok launches a charm offensive for video creators,

Snapchat ramps up UK pitch, but ad buyers remain unconvinced,

‘A second landing page’: Checkout feature forces brands to rethink Instagram reliance,

Facebook announces that it would stop allowing ad targeting to race, gender, and age groups in the housing, jobs, or credit categories by the end of the year,

Facebook Changes Its Ad Tech to Stop Discrimination,

The New Social Network That Isn’t New at All,

Facebook Halts Ad Targeting Cited in Bias Complaints,

Facebook belatedly makes it harder to run some discriminatory ads,

The Internet’s Dirtiest Secrets review – the human toll of detoxifying social media,

Bully Pulpit Interactive: from Dec. 30, 2018 through Mar. 10, Trump's campaign spent $3.5M on Facebook ads and $1M on Google, nearly double the Democratic field,

House Homeland Security Committee chair seeks briefings from the CEOs of Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter, and YouTube on their responses to the Christchurch attack,

Instagram Wants to Be Your Mall,

Facebook Agrees To 'Game Changing' Overhaul In Ad Discrimination Settlement,

Facebook Takes Steps to Prevent Bias in the Way It Shows Ads,

Goats, cows and Devin Nunes' mom: how a Republican's Twitter lawsuit backfired,

Why a top antitrust lawmaker thinks it’s time to break up Facebook,

Facebook Is Revamping Its Targeting for Housing, Employment and Credit Ads,

Chairman of House Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial, and Administrative Law explains why the FTC, undergoing a "credibility crisis", should probe Facebook,

Facebook Takes Steps to Prevent Bias in the Way It Shows Ads,

Facebook settles with ACLU over allegedly discriminatory ads for employment, housing, and credit, paying ~$5M and making changes to prevent discrimination,

Facebook settles ACLU job advertisement discrimination suit,