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N.Y.C. digital ad server bans Breitbart News from using online ad exchange

bizjournals Wednesday, 23 November 2016
Digital advertising service AppNexus Inc. will no longer let Breitbart News use its ad-serving tools because it says the right-wing website violates its hate speech rules. In the wake of former Breitbart CEO Steve Bannon's appointment as Donald Trump's chief White House strategist, New York-based AppNexus reviewed Breitbart's website and determined that the outlet publishes content that "incites violence," Bloomberg reported Tuesday. "We did a human audit of Breitbart and determined there were…
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