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Who’s tracking you? New tool shows what popular sites know about users

Tinder continues to track your location when the app is not in use, while Facebook and Instagram not only track your location but also save your home address and most commonly visited locations, according to a new study.

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12/04/2019  |  Full story...

Targeting TV viewers: What’s the difference between Game of Thrones and Stranger Things fans?

Game of Thrones fans are more likely to be cat-owning country music fans than the general population, while Stanger Things viewers are more likely to own a dog, according to new research.

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10/04/2019  |  Full story...

Facebook sheds light on News Feed and advertising algorithm secrets

Facebook is rolling out a new feature that explains to users how its algorithms decide what to display in their News Feed, including more information on ad targeting factors.

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01/04/2019  |  Full story...

1 in 5 brands admit they’ll “never understand their customers”

20% of marketing and CX professionals feel they will “never truly understand” their customers’ buying decisions, according to a new report.

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26/03/2019  |  Full story...

Facebook sorry for “white supremacists” user ad category

Facebook has apologised for people people to place advertisements on its platform that target “white supremacists” as an audience.

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05/11/2018  |  Full story...

Ads that appear alongside offensive content ‘are seen endorsement’

Consumers are angry at brands whose ads appear near violent, negative, or otherwise "unsafe" content on the web, and are less likely to buy from them as a result, according to new research.

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29/10/2018  |  Full story...

GDPR 5 months on: Marketing email volumes half (but open rates soar)

Retailers across the EU have halved the number of automated marketing emails they send to consumers since May 25th when GDPR came into force. But those emails are now 30% more likely to be opened and produce 2x more value in terms of purchases according to a new study.

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24/10/2018  |  Full story...

Most marketers say walled gardens are major block to improving first-party data

Over two thirds (68%) of marketers claim that the walled gardens do not provide enough first-party data, a crucial component that is needed to effectively analyse and measure campaigns, according to new research.

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19/10/2018  |  Full story...

Most firms avoid retargeting advertising as “too intrusive”

The majority of businesses (66%) use online advertising channels, such as social media, display, and paid search, but more than half are hesitant to invest in retargeting advertising.

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20/08/2018  |  Full story...

The confirmation page is ‘most undervalued page in ecommerce’

The confirmation page is the top overlooked opportunity for ecommerce executives to drive further revenue and improve the buying experience, but half of bosses are not utilising the it effectively, according to new research.

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16/08/2018  |  Full story...

What online shoppers want: Mobile-first, connected experiences and tailored offers

64% of shoppers feel retailers don’t truly know them, according to new research that identifies the changing demands of modern shoppers.

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16/08/2018  |  Full story...

Brexit: Facebook finally reveals targeted ‘Vote Leave’ ads

The targeted campaign adverts used by the Leave campaign in the Brexit referendum have been revealed by Facebook.

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30/07/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook gets maximum fine for Cambridge Analytica scandal (but it would be much higher under GDPR)

Facebook is to be fined with the maximum £500,000 ($663,000) fine over data protection breaches related to the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

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11/07/2018  |  Full story...

Most consumers are happy to share data (but only if the benefits are clear)

Consumers would like more control over their data and greater insight into what the benefits are to them, according to new global research.

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03/07/2018  |  Full story...

The psychology of online ads: How consumers interact with video content

A new film series from video intelligence examines the linguistics, science and behavioural psychology behind video advertising.

20/06/2018  |  Full story...

Targeting by temperature: Brands to cash in on ‘slumber shopping’ this summer

Brands are set to benefit from a surge in ‘slumber shopping’ – or shopping when we should be sleeping – as the weather gets warmer this summer.

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18/06/2018  |  Full story...

Ad data wars: Apple blocks Facebook and Google tracking tools by default

Apple is updating its Safari web browser with an option for users to block Facebook and Google’s data collection practices.

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05/06/2018  |  Full story...

GDPR: US start-ups better prepared than European counterparts

With less than 10 working days to go to GDPR D-Day, small businesses are feeling the pressure most, according to new research.

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17/05/2018  |  Full story...

Apple ‘banning apps that share people’s location data’- report

Apple has been removing App Store apps that violate the company’s policies by sharing location data with third parties without consent, ahead of the new GDPR privacy rules, according to a new report.

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10/05/2018  |  Full story...

Only 40% of personalised messages ‘feel personal’

Although consumers are very open to receiving personalised messages, they don’t feel that they are getting them, according to new research.

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10/05/2018  |  Full story...

Toothbrush sharing ‘more acceptable than unsolicited calls from brands’

Consumers would rather share their toothbrush with their partner than receive an unsolicited phone call from a brand, according to new research.

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09/05/2018  |  Full story...

Cambridge Analytica shuts down over data scandal (but enquiry continues)

Cambridge Analytica, the firm at the centre of the Facebook data breach is shutting down, but has been told it "cannot be allowed to delete their data history by closing".

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04/05/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook on trial: “we made mistakes” on Brexit and Trump campaigns

Mark Zuckerberg refused to face British lawmakers this week, nominating his CTO as the company tries to distance its founder from the toxicity of fresh political scandals. Here’s what we now know…

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27/04/2018  |  Full story...

GDPR awareness gap drops sharply among marketers as deadline nears

Marketers at major multinationals have a significantly greater awareness of the GDPR with one month to go until the EU’s deadline for compliance, but half of marketers are not regarded as fully aware of the implications for future campaigns, according to new research.

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25/04/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook denies running personality tests to better target ads

Facebook has come under fresh criticism over people's privacy, after a BBC report looks into claims that the social network considered profiling user personalities in order to better target adverts.

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24/04/2018  |  Full story...

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