Facebook targeting children by emotional state

Press/Media: Press / Media

Period01 May 2016 → 08 May 2017

Media coverage

5

Media coverage

  • TitleABC Western Plains Interview
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletABC Western Plains
    Media typeRadio
    CountryAustralia
    Date08/05/17
    DescriptionInterview with ABC Western Plains about Facebook targeting children
    PersonsTravis Holland
  • Title2BS BRock Interview
    Degree of recognitionLocal
    Media name/outlet2BS
    Media typeRadio
    CountryAustralia
    Date06/05/17
    DescriptionInterview with 2BS-BRock on Facebook targeting children
    PersonsTravis Holland
  • TitleChannel 10 News
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletChannel 10 News
    Media typeTelevision
    CountryAustralia
    Date01/05/17
    DescriptionInterviewed by Channel 10 news about Facebook targeting children
    URLhttps://youtu.be/vEyQeB3Hlrs
    PersonsTravis Holland
  • TitleThe Project, Channel 10
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletThe Project
    Media typeTelevision
    CountryAustralia
    Date01/05/17
    DescriptionInterview on The Project about Facebook targeting children
    URLhttps://youtu.be/l8gltFDD30g
    PersonsTravis Holland
  • TitleFacebook exploiting vulnerability of children
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletABC Radio Melbourne
    Media typeRadio
    Duration/Length/Size3 min 14 sec
    CountryAustralia
    Date01/05/16
    DescriptionFacebook is pinpointing children at their most vulnerable, using algorithms to find when they feel "worthless" and "defeated". Internal documents unearthed by The Australian reveal Facebook can target “moments when young people need a confidence boost”. Children aged just 14 are being monitored, to be better exploited by advertisers. Are you going to like this article?
    URLwww.abc.net.au/radio/melbourne/programs/mornings/facebook-targeted-ads/8486002
    PersonsTravis Holland

Keywords

  • Facebook
  • children
  • emotion
  • social media