Netflix users have been freaking out Monday over rumors that the streaming content service will begin testing third party advertisements while movies and shows play.
On Wednesday, the online video service sent a letter to its most-popular content creators asking them to sign off on new contract terms to allow for the change.
Facebook is opening up about those personalized ads on news feeds.
Instagram, the mobile photo-sharing app owned by Facebook Inc., says it will start showing “occasional” photo and video advertisements in the coming months.
Instagram says it will revise a planned update to its service agreement after confusion about its intent led to widespread user complaints.
Instagram has told its users that it has the perpetual right to sell their photographs without payment or notification, a dramatic policy shift that quickly sparked a public outcry.
Microsoft is trying to skewer Google as a lousy holiday shopping guide in its latest attempt to divert more traffic to its Bing search engine.