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Twitter fail: National Lottery user generated tweets backfire

The National Lottery has issued an apology after a social media stunt on Twitter backfired in embarrassing fashion, resulting in the charity's official account inadvertently tweeting offensive messages.

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16/08/2017  |  Full story...

Google starts to tell publishers if their ads are annoying

Google has launched a new initiative to help reduce annoying advertisements online, by telling websites if they serve ads that people tend to find annoying.

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11/08/2017  |  Full story...

Google Play starts downranking poor quality apps

Google Play has started down ranking poorly performing apps, making them harder to find on the app store.

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08/08/2017  |  Full story...

GDPR: UK to keep in line with EU privacy laws (even after Brexit)

The UK Government has formally announced a new Data Protection Bill, keeping in line with EU’s GDPR.

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07/08/2017  |  Full story...

Facebook seeks to calm AI fears after bots ‘invent own language’

Facebook is seeking to quell fears following (false) reports that it shut down an AI experiment due to the bots “inventing their own language”.

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03/08/2017  |  Full story...

Ad viewability standards to get tougher?

Digital ad accreditation organisation the Media Rating Council (MRC) is considering changing the ad metric standard to require that 100% of pixels have to be displayed to count as a viewed ad.

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01/08/2017  |  Full story...

UK ad viewability rises (but still lags behind France and Germany)

Ad viewability levels in the UK rose for the first time in nine months to the highest level seen for over a year, according to new research.

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31/07/2017  |  Full story...

New EU data laws: 3 practical tips to avoid hefty fines

Experian is announcing its “3 ‘I’s guide” to help businesses prepare for GDPR, with some practical steps to help avoid fines when the consumer data protection laws come in place om 25th May 2018.

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20/07/2017  |  Full story...

Amazon beats supermarkets to come top of list of most trusted retailers

Amazon is the UK’s most trusted retailer, followed by Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Boots, and M&S, according to new research.

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20/07/2017  |  Full story...

Keith Weed outlines “three Vs” of marketing for brand safety online

Keith Weed, Unilever’s Chief marketing officer, has outlined ways for brands to avoid appearing next to inappropriate content online.

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19/07/2017  |  Full story...

Spotify accused of padding playlists with fake artists to save on royalties

Music streaming service Spotify has denied filling popular playlists with 'fake artists' in order to save of paying royalties to artists.

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13/07/2017  |  Full story...

Google trains self -driving Waymo minivans to work with emergency services

Waymo, the self-driving car project run by Google, recently spent some time with the Chandler Police and Fire in Arizona for an "emergency vehicle testing day."

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12/07/2017  |  Full story...

The fake news effect: Third of people trust the media less than six months ago

Reports of ‘fake news’ have impacted consumer confidence, with the public growing increasingly sceptical of whether news is factually correct, according to new research.

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11/07/2017  |  Full story...

Facebook reaches 2 billion users as Zuckerberg warns "responsibility is expanding"

Facebook now has two billion users worldwide, but the social network warns that with great popularity comes great responsibility.

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04/07/2017  |  Full story...

Ad trading watchdog JICWEBS goes “full time” to combat online fraud and safety

JICWEBS – the industry owned independent body that defines best practice and standards for online ad trading in the UK – has undergone a number of changes in its drive to tackle the rising threats of online ad fraud and brand safety.

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04/07/2017  |  Full story...

UK Government gets serious about digital with renamed department

The UK's Department for Media, Culture and Sport will now be known as the department for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport, retaining the same DCMS acronym.

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04/07/2017  |  Full story...

Snapchat goes local: Snap Maps sparks privacy fears

Snapchat has introduced a map feature that lets users track other people’s location in real time, a move that could open new doors to marketers, but also sparking concerns among safety and privacy advocates.

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03/07/2017  |  Full story...

Investors urged to confront companies that ignore growing cyber threats

A significant minority of publicly traded growth companies see cyber security as a “technical topic” not warranting board level consideration, according to a survey out one month after the NHS “ransomware” crisis.

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29/06/2017  |  Full story...

Google fined record £2bn for shopping service search "bias"

The European Commission has forced Google to pay a record fine of £2.1bn (€2.42bn) for abusing its dominance as a search engine.

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27/06/2017  |  Full story...

The dark web: How hackers make money out of your profiles [INFOGRAPHIC]

With the number of high profile hacks on the rise, password management app Keeper Security, has pulled together an infographic on the dark web and how hackers make their money.

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23/06/2017  |  Full story...

Over 90% of celebrity social media endorsements “violate FTC regulations" [INFOGRAPHIC]

As influencers and celebrities post, filter, and hashtag their way to fame and fortune, brands are working with them to reach and communicate with consumers. Influencer marketing on Instagram alone is now a massive $1 billion industry.

21/06/2017  |  Full story...

EU scraps mobile roaming charges

The EU has scrapped mobile roaming charges from today, meaning that using a smartphone for calls, text and internet away in Europe will cost no more than using it at home.

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15/06/2017  |  Full story...

Social media politics turns sour: #DeleteGate

Political campaigning in the UK general election sunk to new depths as Conservative MPs were caught today deleting social media comments from their own residents.

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07/06/2017  |  Full story...

Child safety online: Google game teaches kids to be “Internet Awesome”

Google has created a new web-based game designed to teach the fundamentals of internet safety to children.

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07/06/2017  |  Full story...

Google lets publishers charge ad-block users

Google is to start filtering out "annoying ads" from next year on its Chrome browser, and is giving publishers a new way to pay for advertising in the process- by charging customers using ad blockers.

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05/06/2017  |  Full story...

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