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David Cohen

David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily. He has been covering Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat and the digital industry as a whole since 2009. He previously served as editor of AllFacebook and SocialTimes. David graduated from New York University with a degree in journalism and previously held positions with Broadcasting and Cable and Multichannel News.

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5 Free LinkedIn Learning Courses That Can Help Members Get Promoted

Platforms

They are available free-of-charge through Feb. 28.

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TikTok Details Black History Month Initiatives

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

The inaugural Black TikTok Trailblazers list was revealed.

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Facebook Sees Apple’s iOS 14 Prompt and Raises With an Information Screen of Its Own

Platforms

The two tech giants continue their back-and-forth over changes to the IDFA mobile ad tool.

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Did Tums Bring Back #Tumsworthy for This Year’s Big Game? Bingo!

The Big Game

Fans can get their cards from @TUMSOfficial and compete for $55,000 in prizes.

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American Express, Resy Want You to Order Takeout on Tuesday

Life in Quarantine

The companies teamed up to boost local, independent restaurants on what is typically a quiet day for them.

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TikTok Receives Gold Standard 2.0 Certification From IAB UK

Platforms

Steps it took included implementing IAB Tech Lab’s app-ads.txt, complying with GDPR, ePrivacy Directive.

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Facebook Oversight Board Begins Accepting Public Comments on Donald Trump’s Suspension

Politics

They are due Feb. 8 and must respond to specific issues.

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Major League Baseball Players Alumni Association Teams Up With Icon Source

Sports Marketing

The on-demand athlete marketplace enables brands to match up with players, who welcome revenue opportunities.

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NHL Introduces New Group of NHL Power Players

Sports Marketing

The advisory board of fans 13 through 17 shares its ideas and perspectives with the league throughout the season,

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Twitter Next’s Ryan Oliver Discusses Trends Leading Up to the Big Game

The Big Game

Users talk about advertisers who are in and out, while brands prep games within the game.