Leave my data alone, please.
Called "MyAds," it allows small advertisers to use MySpace's targeted ad program, opening up a big opportunity for local ads on the social network.
News Corp.-owned social-networking site attempts to one-up Facebook by announcing the next phase of its targeted advertising program a day earlier.
Advertisers can create brand-centric profiles for free, but MySpace.com launches a new platform to help them out if they don't have the technical know-how.
MySpace wants to be less spammy.
Chief operating officer Amit Kapur is taking two senior vice presidents with him to found an unknown new venture, the company has confirmed.
A new report from eMarketer highlights serious consumer suspicion of targeted ads--like we didn't know that already--and suggests that advertisers consider awareness campaigns.
A trade group representing ad networks like Tacoda and DoubleClick finalizes guidelines to prevent targeting ads toward "sensitive" topics like medical history, sexual orientation.
Fox Interactive Media President Peter Levinsohn says at the Reuters Media summit that this feature, similar to Facebook's, is actively in the works.
The Web's largest social network unveils its new developer platform with a winter beach party for developers, complete with DJ and sand toys.