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Cryptocurrency payments ‘will be a reality on the high street within two years’

Over a third (35%) of SME owners expect cryptocurrency payments to become a reality on the high street within two years, according to new research.

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21/02/2018  |  Full story...

Most brands ‘would change adtech vendor if found to be unethical’

Marketers' concerns over media buying transparency are intensifying according to new figures.

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21/02/2018  |  Full story...

Google drops ‘View Image’ button as part of Getty agreement

Google is removing the "View Image" button from Google Images, as part of an agreement between the search giant and Getty Images.

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19/02/2018  |  Full story...

Google Chrome launches own ad blocker

Google has started blocking intrusive adverts by default in its Chrome browser, as the web giant looks to rebuild trust with consumers.

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16/02/2018  |  Full story...

Transparency key to making more consumers happy with data sharing

In the run-up to GDPR, new research from the DMA and Acxiom shows that people are increasing happy about the data they share, but transparency is the key to taking this to the next level

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16/02/2018  |  Full story...

100 days until GDPR: Most people “already happy with the amount of personal information they share”

Today marks 100 days until the introduction of the EU’s GDPR, which will radically change the way organisations have to look after our personal data. Failure to comply could lead to huge fines. New research from the DMA and Acxiom shows that people are increasing happy about the data they share, but transparency is the key to taking this to the next level.

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14/02/2018  |  Full story...

Unilever threatens to pull Facebook and Google ads over brand safety fears

Unilever has warned that it could pull its advertising from digital platforms that have become a "swamp" of fake news, racism, sexism and extremism.

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13/02/2018  |  Full story...

‘Time running out’ for organisations to train staff for the GDPR

With GDPR fast approaching, a new survey from the IDM highlights that a surprising 59% of marketers have yet to receive any GDPR-related training and half of organisations still have yet to appoint a Data Protection Officer.

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07/02/2018  |  Full story...

The rise of ‘Dark UX’: Top brands accused of ‘tricking’ consumers into spending

Major retailers including Amazon, Boohoo and AO.com are using ‘Dark UX’ methods, in which website interfaces are deliberately designed to trick consumers into a bigger spend, according to a new report.

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30/01/2018  |  Full story...

Data concerns dominate complaints in 2017

Issues around data, privacy and its accuracy are the biggest concerns for consumers in 2017, according to the DM Commission’s Annual Report.

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30/01/2018  |  Full story...

91% of startups admit to collecting personal data (but most aren’t data compliant)

Global startups are completely ill-prepared for GDPR, with many falling behind around consent and contingency planning, according to new research.

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29/01/2018  |  Full story...

Google lets users ‘mute’ remarketed ads

Google is giving its users more ways to avoid remarketed ads that follow them around the web.

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29/01/2018  |  Full story...

GDPR: UK Govt urges firms to prepare for stronger data protection laws

Fewer than half of all businesses and charities are aware of new data protection laws four months before they come into force, according to new research.

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26/01/2018  |  Full story...

Trust in social media falls sharply worldwide

A new report has found people’s trust in social media has declined as concerns that platforms are not sufficiently regulated have grown.

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23/01/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook and Twitter unveil plans to tackle ‘fake news’

Facebook and Twitter have both revealed plans to deal with the spread of fake news and propaganda on their services.

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23/01/2018  |  Full story...

YouTube faces vlogger backlash on tighter ad rules

Google has courted controversy after introducing new YouTube rules that would stop ads on channels that get less than 4,000 viewing hours a year.

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18/01/2018  |  Full story...

Cyber-attacks enters top three global risks – WEF

The latest World Economic Forum report on Global Risks 2018 has been made public, revealing that cyber-attacks are a top three risk to society, alongside natural disaster and extreme weather.

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18/01/2018  |  Full story...

Cryptocurrencies slump as Asia tightens regulations

Bitcoin’s price fell below $10,000 as a dramatic sell-off of all cryptocurrencies entered its second day, amid fears over tighter regulations in Asian markets.

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18/01/2018  |  Full story...

YouTube to screen videos for premium advertisers to tackle brand safety concerns

Google is planning on adding a new level of security as part of a premium YouTube advertising package, in an effort to address growing brand safety concerns over ads appearing alongside offensive content.

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17/01/2018  |  Full story...

Two thirds of Brits say ads are more intrusive than three years ago

Three quarters of UK consumers say they see more ads than three years ago, and they find them more intrusive (66%) and irritating (33%), according to new research.

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16/01/2018  |  Full story...

YouTube axes projects with vlogger over 'suicide forest' video

YouTube has suspended projects with US internet star Logan Paul following his controversial video showing the body of a suicide victim.

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12/01/2018  |  Full story...

55% of businesses still unaware of GDPR and only 40% of customer data is secure

As new European privacy rules are set to be enforced in May this year, there is still widespread confusion with only 27% believing GDPR applies to their business and 7% failing to ask for consent to collect customer data.

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11/01/2018  |  Full story...

EU rules Uber 'is a taxi service and can be regulated as such'

An EU court has ruled that ride hailing phone app Uber is a taxi service and can be regulated as such.

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20/12/2017  |  Full story...

42% of brand websites are still not GDPR compliant

Two thirds of UK marketers see the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as a strategic opportunity, yet 42 per cent of brand websites are still not compliant.

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13/12/2017  |  Full story...

GDPR warning: 78% of consumers have recently been contacted by a business without their consent

The vast majority of consumers (78%) receive unsolicited contact from UK businesses, according to new research.

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12/12/2017  |  Full story...

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