— A few months after a wave of bad news hit the digital world, advertisers in the U.S. are bracing for a different kind of backlash.
The advertising industry is grappling with a new reality in which brands are increasingly looking for more creative ways to reach their target market.
For the past few years, the digital ad industry has been grappling with the fallout of a 2010 decision by the U-S.
Supreme Court to invalidate the Federal Trade Commission’s rules that govern how digital ads are advertised.
The court, in a 5-4 decision, ruled that the FTC had overstepped its bounds in imposing a “net neutrality” regulation that limited the ability of internet service providers like AT&T to control what internet companies could do with consumers’ data.
The ruling, which was hailed by internet companies, prompted advertisers and some other businesses to push back against the FTC’s efforts to impose a new set of rules that would have allowed internet companies to sell ads to websites that did not want them.
For years, many businesses have been scrambling to figure out how to respond to the court’s ruling, even as the industry grappled with the consequences of the Supreme Court’s ruling.
Now, as they do so, many are focusing on what could happen to their business if the FTC decides to take the lead in implementing a new “net-neutrality” regulation, which would have put them at a disadvantage.
A new report from the digital advertising and media industry group, Adtech Inc., indicates that many companies are scrambling to find creative ways for advertisers to reach consumers.
The report found that ad technology companies like Facebook, Twitter, Google and Instagram are now looking at ways to use their massive and growing data sets to offer ads in new and innovative ways.
The companies also are working to figure how to get their ads more relevant to the target audience of their businesses.
The report is the latest indication that advertisers are trying to figure a new way to market their products and services online.
But it comes at a time when the digital industry is also grappling with another issue that the court has yet to rule on: a ” net neutrality” rule that has blocked the internet giants from blocking, throttling or otherwise discriminating against internet traffic.
The net neutrality rules have also put a dent in the industry’s ability to get its content and services to reach more people.
The FTC’s 2015 decision was a significant victory for consumers, and it’s now expected to have significant ramifications for the ad industry as well.
The new report indicates that some ad companies are trying out new ways to make their ads seem more relevant.
Adtech, a digital advertising research and consulting firm, says that in the past year, several companies have experimented with using data from social networks to help them sell their products, including Facebook, Google, Snapchat, and Instagram.
The firm says that they are also looking at other ways to engage with consumers online, like by providing free products to customers, advertising on the websites of businesses and using social networks as a tool for finding and engaging with people.
Adtech also noted that some companies are experimenting with new ways of getting their ads to reach new audiences.
For example, the firm says one of its clients is using the Facebook app to advertise to users in places like hospitals.
AdTech says it also uses data from Snapchat to create and test new ads for users, like in restaurants and grocery stores.
The company notes that in some cases, its clients have used data from the social network to create advertisements that could be seen by people who didn’t use Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat.
The firm says it has also experimented with creating advertising on Snapchat in places that might not otherwise be accessible, like movie theaters and sports arenas.
The ad industry is taking a hard look at how it will react if the Supreme Justice of the United States overturns the ruling.
The case is being watched closely by the advertising and technology industry, which is already reeling from the loss of a key court decision in which the court upheld the FTC.
The Supreme Court is expected to announce its decision on whether to uphold the net neutrality ruling by the end of the year.
But as the debate over the new net neutrality rule heats up, some of the companies are working on how to protect their businesses and their users.
For example, AdTech is already experimenting with a different advertising strategy for its ads that it calls “digital advertising for people.”
The firm has created a new website that it says has a unique combination of ad and product that it plans to use for its digital ads.
The website, called www.digitalad for people, has a “dynamic dashboard” where users can see their own ads and those of others, as well as the content of others’ ads.
Users can then comment on other ads and view other data about the ads they see, such as how many views they get and how much revenue they have generated.
The website also has an option for people to “opt