Garett Sloane

Tech Reporter

Garett Sloane is the tech reporter at Ad Age. 

Facebook censors Trump ad over 'Nazi-era' imagery just as it announces $200 million to support Black voices

Facebook censors Trump ad over 'Nazi-era' imagery just as it announces $200 million to support Black voices

Facebook laments political pressure from all sides as civil rights groups call for ad protest

Facebook laments political pressure from all sides as civil rights groups call for ad protest

On Twitter's contentious timeline, publishing startup The Recount wants to hold hands with brands in news

On Twitter's contentious timeline, publishing startup The Recount wants to hold hands with brands in news

'The Future of Creativity' week continues, and Disney probes racial bias at ABC: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

'The Future of Creativity' week continues, and Disney probes racial bias at ABC: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Facebook hears rumbles of advertiser rebellion over its unwillingness to check Trump

Facebook hears rumbles of advertiser rebellion over its unwillingness to check Trump

What brands need to know about Snapchat's new Lenses and features, from its partner summit

What brands need to know about Snapchat's new Lenses and features, from its partner summit

Tech entrepreneur Michael Seibel joins Reddit board, fulfilling co-founder's call for black leadership

Tech entrepreneur Michael Seibel joins Reddit board, fulfilling co-founder's call for black leadership

Snapchat tosses Trump from Discover, drawing advertiser praise and presidential rage

Snapchat tosses Trump from Discover, drawing advertiser praise and presidential rage

ANA lawyer says Trump's attack on Twitter violates the first amendment

ANA lawyer says Trump's attack on Twitter violates the first amendment

How brands are managing social media while Instagram and Twitter protest with a 'blackout'

How brands are managing social media while Instagram and Twitter protest with a 'blackout'

Brands seek 'appropriate' message during social upheaval, while Facebook staffers says its message is wrong: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Brands seek 'appropriate' message during social upheaval, while Facebook staffers says its message is wrong: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Facebook staff express discontent over its Trump policies as other internet companies take stands

Facebook staff express discontent over its Trump policies as other internet companies take stands

Amazon pursues ties with Disney and other publishers in connected TV

Amazon pursues ties with Disney and other publishers in connected TV

Ad trade body fires back after Trump signs order targeting social media companies

Ad trade body fires back after Trump signs order targeting social media companies