Twelve years ago Thursday, Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook with a simple dream: to have everyone spending as much time as possible clicking around on his website. Today, the social network site's users are closing in on $3.5 trillion in squandered productivity.
Facebook ads will start to be visible on third-party apps and sites, as reported by Reuters nudgetoday. This is obviously a serious move to try and nudge Google from its leading position in advertising. Read to find out more.
Google, along with other multinationals, seem to be under serious pressure in Europe from public opinion and governments alike. French police raided Google's Paris headquarters seeking proof of tax evasion.