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Cannes Lions Winner: Carrefour 'Black Supermarket' wins Creative Effectiveness

This social media, ecommerce and retail campaign from Carrrefour saw the French supermarket giant not only boost sales, but it actually changed EU laws in the process. See why it won a top prize at Cannes Lions below..

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25/06/2019  |  Full story...

Facebook to launch Libra cryptocurrency ecosystem in 2020

Facebook is to launch its own digital currency within the next year, saying its plans will deliver an "inclusive and open" financial ecosystem.

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20/06/2019  |  Full story...

Gender stereotypes banned in UK ads

Adverts depicting harmful gender stereotypes, such as men struggling with the housework or women unable to park a car, will be banned in the UK under a new ruling coming into force today.

17/06/2019  |  Full story...

CrossFit quits Facebook branding them ‘utopian socialists'

Health and fitness brand CrossFit has withdrawn its presence and ads on Facebook and Instagram, accusing the social network of being “utopian socialists”.

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29/05/2019  |  Full story...

GDPR ‘has boosted ads and lowered costs’- report

With the one year anniversary since GDPR’s implementation, ads have increased and costs have decreased, according to new research.

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28/05/2019  |  Full story...

Third of large UK firms still non-compliant for GDPR personal information requests

A year after the GDPR came into effect, a new study suggests many large UK businesses are struggling to process requests from customers who want to access the personal information stored about them.

Third of large UK firms still non-compliant for GDPR personal information requests

24/05/2019  |  Full story...

GDPR one year on: 67% of people opting in to privacy messages

GDPR one year on: 67% of people opting in to privacy messages

One year on from the introduction of stricter EU privacy laws, marketers mail lists have been reduced but mobile app lists have grown, with firms sending more notifications to customers than before, according to new global research.

23/05/2019  |  Full story...

Youngsters 'want greater control of the adverts they see'

Youngsters 'want greater control of the adverts they see'

Young adults (18-24-year olds) in Great Britain want to have greater control over the adverts they see online, with half concerned that they will still be targeted with invasive and intrusive forms of advertising in the future.

22/05/2019  |  Full story...

Google hits Huawei: Cuts off Android licence for future phones

Google hits Huawei: Cuts off Android licence for future phones

Google is set to revoke Huawei's access to its Android mobile operating system, dealing the Chinese company a major blow in accordance with US sanctions.

21/05/2019  |  Full story...

Huawei barred in the US: Trump declares 'national emergency' over IT threats

US president Donald Trump has signed an order barring US firms from using telecoms equipment made by companies who pose a national security risk.

Huawei barred in the US: Trump declares 'national emergency' over IT threats

16/05/2019  |  Full story...

Internet users don’t trust what they see online (especially influencers) -study

Internet users don’t trust what they see online (especially influencers) -study

The vast majority of internet users lack any confidence in what they see and read online, especially from celebrities and vloggers, according to new research.


14/05/2019  |  Full story...

Ad blocking rates at three-year low (but revenue lost continues to increase)

Ad blocking rates at three-year low (but revenue lost continues to increase)

Publishers are losing more than £18.4m in revenue, despite drop in ad blocking rates, according to new data.

13/05/2019  |  Full story...

Email fail: Zavvi accidentally rewards hundreds with Champions League final tickets

Email fail: Zavvi accidentally rewards hundreds with Champions League final tickets

Online retailer Zavvi has received hundreds of complaints from contestants who were mistakenly told they had won VIP tickets to European football's biggest final.

10/05/2019  |  Full story...

AOP offers new data guidelines for publishers

The Association for Online Publishing (AOP) has announced the launch of the AOP Protocol that aims to reduce risk and create greater transparency in the age of GDPR.

AOP offers new data guidelines for publishers

09/05/2019  |  Full story...

23% of global domains targeted by cyber-attacks

Almost one-quarter of brands have had their domain targeted by cyber criminals with brands taking a siloed approach to domain security and management, according to new research.

23% of global domains targeted by cyber-attacks

07/05/2019  |  Full story...

Government unveils new cybersecurity laws for IoT devices

The UK government is introducing new laws to ensure connected devices are better protected from cyber attacks.

Government unveils new cybersecurity laws for IoT devices

02/05/2019  |  Full story...

GDPR one year on: IAB offers new privacy guidelines for advertisers

Trade body IAB has updated its technical specifications for a GDPR-related framework aimed at helping advertisers, brands and technology providers comply with the European Union’s privacy laws, introduced last year.

GDPR one year on: IAB offers new privacy guidelines for advertisers

26/04/2019  |  Full story...

Safety, cybersecurity and cost delaying mass deployment of autonomous cars

The biggest hurdle in turning prototype autonomous vehicles into mass market models is how to cut production costs, but the area energizing engineers most is how to tackle functional safety and cybersecurity, according to a Forrester survey of 54 automotive industry experts. Robert Day, Director of Automotive Solutions & Platforms, Arm, takes a look at why current self-driving prototypes are at least ten years away from mass distribution.

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24/04/2019  |  Full story...

Amazon ‘swamped by fake 5 star reviews’

Amazon is flooded with thousands of fake five-star reviews, an investigation published by consumer rights watchdog Which? has claimed.

Amazon ‘swamped by fake 5 star reviews’

17/04/2019  |  Full story...

Social media regulation: UK Govt proposes ‘like’ and ‘streak’ limits for children

Facebook and Instagram ‘likes’ may get shut down for children under new safety plans proposed by the UK.

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17/04/2019  |  Full story...

EU officially passes controversial copyright law

The EU's new online copyright laws have passed their final hurdle by receiving approval from member states.

EU officially passes controversial copyright law

16/04/2019  |  Full story...

Burger King removes ‘racist’ chopsticks ad after social media outcry

Fast food chain Burger King has been forced to remove an advert in New Zealand after it was branded 'racist'.

Burger King removes ‘racist’ chopsticks ad after social media outcry

10/04/2019  |  Full story...

ASOS clamps down on ‘serial returners’ with new customer policy

Online retail giant Asos has changed its returns policy to tackle ‘serial returners’ threatening to investigate and “take action” if it notices any “unusual” return patterns.

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09/04/2019  |  Full story...

Most Americans think social media divides country more than it unites

A sizable majority of Americans say social media does more to divide the country than unite it, according to the latest NBC News and Wall Street Journal poll.

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08/04/2019  |  Full story...

New Facebook data breach: 540 million user records uploaded to public cloud

Personal Facebook data, including account names, comments and likes, was publicly accessible on the internet, the company has been forced to admit.

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05/04/2019  |  Full story...

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