Overtonwindow a year ago

If I go into a doctors office and I see one of these tablets or tvs pitching drugs to me, I'm out of there. This is ridiculous and beyond exploitive.

  • Bartweiss a year ago

    It does look an awful lot like a startup whose stated goal was making the world worse. I'd say "I wonder what Alphabet saw in them?", but I'll bet the answer is "$5.5 billion".

mi100hael a year ago

Oh look, another over-hyped, over-valued "disruptive" startup that's actually just smoke & mirrors.

  • tedunangst a year ago

    Making the world a better place by connecting patients with the drugs they love!

    • mi100hael a year ago

      Making the world a better place by finding new ways to plaster ads in our faces (and commit fraud in the process)!

johnhenry a year ago

Here's title from the article: "Outcome, a Hot Tech Startup, Misled Advertisers With Manipulated Information, Sources Say".

Taking out those commas make the title confusing.

  • mi100hael a year ago

    The original is too many characters for HN

Justin_K a year ago

Cooking the books from day one. Who would ever advertise with these guys again when their whole model was revealed to be a scam? What a joke.

breakingcups a year ago

I'm so glad advertising drugs is illegal in my country.

In fact isn't it illegal everywhere but the U.S. and down under?