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IAB UK launches “Gold Standard” to clean up online advertising

In an effort to raise the standards in digital advertising and address the key issues facing the industry, the IAB UK is launching the “IAB Gold Standard” initiative, comprising three primary actions that media owners can take.

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19/10/2017  |  Full story...

Google 'discovers Russia-linked ads' on YouTube and Gmail before US election

Google has reportedly discovered evidence that Russia used its platforms in a bid to influence the 2016 US presidential election.

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11/10/2017  |  Full story...

How much do you value personal data? Kaspersky puts customers to test

Last month Kaspersky set up a unique social experiment – looking at exactly what price people put on their personal mobile phone data in the modern day.

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10/10/2017  |  Full story...

Getting ‘third-party verified’ is high on mobile media buyers’ agenda

While third-party measurement across mobile is on the rise, less than a quarter (24%) of mobile media planners are currently using third parties to measure and validate their data, according to new research.

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04/10/2017  |  Full story...

When should a child get a smartphone? Parents think 11

UK parents believe children should be 11 years old before they own a smartphone or tablet with internet capability, with 61% only wanting it for emergency, according to new research.

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22/09/2017  |  Full story...

UK ad industry "waking up to brand safety risk"

There has been a fall in brand safety risk linked with content classified as violent within the UK digital advertising industry, according to a new report.

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18/09/2017  |  Full story...

Majority of FTSE 350 boards lack cyber incident training

Cyber security is now firmly cemented as a key issue in the boardroom of FTSE 350 companies, but this isn’t reflected in the training that management receive in dealing with cyber incidents.

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21/08/2017  |  Full story...

Most mobile app users hesitant to give info when signing up

Mobile app users are concerned about the security of their information when they register for a new app, a new survey reveals.

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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 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...

“What’s in it for me?”: Three quarters of UK shoppers say they get nothing in return for sharing their personal data with brands

Three quarters of UK shoppers say they get nothing in return for sharing personal data with brands, according to new research.

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30/06/2017  |  Full story...

Consumers “open to new financial technology” but concerned by privacy and trust

The vast majority (69%) of consumers are open to trialling a new financial product if it offers a clear benefit regardless of who is offering it, but many are held back by data privacy and trust issues.

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29/06/2017  |  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...

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...

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...

When should children get smartphones? Most parents say 11

Most parents believe children should be 11 years or over before they own a smartphone or tablet with internet capability, according to new research.

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24/05/2017  |  Full story...

Biggest cyber attack yet: 150 countries hit with NHS in chaos

A new email-based ransomware virus has locked up hundreds of thousands of computers in more than 150 countries hitting factories, hospitals, shops and schools worldwide over the weekend.

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15/05/2017  |  Full story...

Two thirds of UK consumers worry brands put their private data at risk

Brands face an uphill battle to offer personalised services online, as new research reveals two thirds (67%) of UK consumers are concerned about how brands use their personal information, such as their name, email, location, and marital status.

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26/04/2017  |  Full story...

Big brands pull Google ads over extremist content fears

M&S has become the latest brand to “pause” its Google ads over fears it is appearing next to extremist content, following similar decisions from McDonald’s, L’Oreal, Tesco, major banks and the UK government.

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20/03/2017  |  Full story...

9 in 10 consumers worried about online privacy (but most want personalisation too)

While more consumers crave highly personalised and tailored customer service, they are also very sceptical of how businesses collect and store personal data, according to new research.

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09/03/2017  |  Full story...

Out of date websites: Fifth of websites globally still using dangerously insecure SHA-1 Certificates

Over a fifth (21%) of websites are still using insecure SHA-1 certificates, leaving users at risk of man-in-the-middle, brute force and collision attacks which expose sensitive data, according to new research.

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09/03/2017  |  Full story...

First companies certified against reducing online ad fraud

JICWEBS – the independent body that defines best practice and standards for online ad trading in the UK – has announced the next stage in the move to tackle online ad fraud.

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31/01/2017  |  Full story...

Google removed 1.7bn ‘bad ads’ in 2016 (including fake news)

Google took down 1.7bn bad ads last year, more than double the number it took down in 2015, according to its Bad Ads Report.

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26/01/2017  |  Full story...

Yahoo sale to Verizon "delayed due to security breaches"

Yahoo's $4.8bn (£3.8bn) deal to sell its core business to telco Verizon is now not expected to be completed until the second quarter of 2017, following the revelation of two major security breaches last year.

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24/01/2017  |  Full story...

Facebook faces massive fine for "misleading EU over $19bn WhatsApp deal"

Facebook could be facing a fine of up to 1% of its global revenue for allegedly misleading European Union merger watchdogs when it won approval to buy the WhatsApp messaging service in 2014.

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21/12/2016  |  Full story...

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