JPMorgan has pulled ads from Zero Hedge that ended up there by accident

Companies have realized that reaching a big audience with online ads has its downsides. Earlier this year, JPMorgan Chase slashed the number of websites where it places ads after the New York Times told the bank (paywall) that one of its automated marketing campaigns—so-called programmatic advertising—had placed ads on a site called “Hillary 4 Prison.” One of its ads appeared under a headline claiming actor Elijah Wood had revealed “the horrifying truth about the Satanic liberal perver

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