$FB: “Influencer marketing has exploited a gigantic loophole in child labor laws, which Facebook, YouTube and Instagram have done nothing to address.” | Feb 2020

It's interesting to see Facebook and Instagram being pressed to address the gigantic loopholes in their ad policies around influencer posts, after years of dodging any responsibility for what happens in those ads, saying it's up to the influencers to comply with FTC regs — Julia Carrie Wong (@juliacarriew) February 14, 2020

$FB: Majority of impact from new privacy laws and product changes is still lie ahead for Facebook | Jan 2020

diving in on Facebook reports while listening to earnings. It looks like advertising crept up to 98.4% of Q4 revenue making no mistake their entire business model continues to be tied to massive, ubiquitous and unbridled data collection in order to microtarget advertising. — Jason Kint (@jason_kint) January 29, 2020

$FB: Banning targeted ads based on personal data will be a huge step towards solving the monopoly issues with Facebook and Google – DHH | Jan 2020

If Facebook & Google we’re banned from being able to target ads using their vast trove of personal data, we’d also have taken a huge step towards restoring competitive markets in internet advertising. Their unfair advantage would be wiped out. And they’d have to actually compete. — DHH (@dhh) January 18, 2020

$FB: Facebook’s refusal to ban lies in political ads will likely aid Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign | Jan 2020

So here it is. Zuck has taken his orders from Trump. Facebook is refusing to ban lies in political ads. It's refusing to ban microtargeting of political ads. Zuckerberg has sanctioned the delivery of toxic lies to voters in darkness…for profit. https://t.co/cHU2idzbhV — Carole Cadwalladr (@carolecadwalla) January 9, 2020

$FB: Billionaire Mike Bloomberg is relying on former Facebook CMO Gary Briggs and former Foursquare CEO Jeff Glueck to run Hawkfish, a digital ad tech company he set up to power his presidential bid | Dec 2019

NEW: Mike Bloomberg is using a secretive tech firm he founded months ago to power his 2020 presidential bid. The name of the company is Hawkfish. It’s being run by former Facebook CMO Gary Briggs and former Foursquare CEO Jeff Glueck. w/@tuckerhigginshttps://t.co/qBYyfLwmij — Brian Schwartz (@schwartzbCNBC) December 23, 2019