Nearly 2 in 5 (38%) of small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) believe that the GDPR does not apply to customer data they may come into contact with.
Online shoppers are at odds with their desire for personalised digital experiences from brands and their demand for privacy, according to new data.
Twitter is considering new labels for identified misinformation, with large tags on ‘harmfully misleading’ reports, and links to reference material to cross-check.
Google is reportedly planning to move accounts of its British users to a US jurisdiction, opening up the sensitive information of tens of millions of Brits to UK authorities.
Over two-fifths (41%) of UK workers admit to using WhatsApp for work purposes despite it being against WhatsApp’s legal terms of service to use it in ways that involve any non-personal use.
Event report: Salesforce brings LGBTQ+ representation in the media industry to the fore with Stonewall fundraising event
This week, Salesforce hosted its ‘Now You See Me’ event, exploring the representation of LGBTQ+ people in mainstream media, highlighting that there is a greater responsibility on the media to educate society.
TikTok is introducing new safety features letting parents link their account to their child’s and control the content they see.
Facebook is to allow paid political messages that sidestep ads loophole, as the upcoming US presidiental election this year puts more scrutiny on digital ad campaigns.
Sometimes the customer isn’t always right, especially when it comes to leaving fake reviews. In a landmark ruling, an Australian court has granted a Melbourne dentist an order which forces tech giant Google to reveal the identification of an anonymous online reviewer.
The current ‘cancel culture’ is increasingly affecting companies as well as individuals and, with scrutiny fiercer than ever on a business’s every decision, more than a third of Brits have turned away from a brand because of its behaviours, according to new research.
UK broadcast media watchdog Ofcom is being given new powers to enforce a legal ‘duty of care’ over social media, the government has announced.
German-based digital bank N26, which is backed by Tencent and Facebook and PayPal investor Peter Theil, is to close 200,000 UK current accounts in April ‘due to Brexit’ – despite launching two years after the EU referendum.
The ASA and CMA have overhauled the ‘Influencers’ guide to making clear that ads are ads’ with simplified the messages in a bid to provide greater clarity.
Brain drain? Quarter of Britain’s creative industry prepared to leave the UK (and their job) due to Brexit
A quarter (25%) of marketing, media and design professionals are planning to seek employment outside the UK as a result of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union, according to new research.
Nominet the organisation historically known for running the .UK internet infrastructure has partnered with the Scouts to help mark Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 11th February with the launch of a dedicated badge focused on improving internet safety.
Amazon-owned connected doorbell app Ring contains trackers sending personally identifiable information to third parties, including Facebook and Google, according to a new investigation.
More than eight in ten consumers consider a business’ ethics and values before they make a purchase, reveals a new consumer survey. Environmental responsibility, supporting worker’s rights, and ending animal testing are the three most important business ethics in the 2020s.
People are starting to re-evaluate everyday values that sit at the forefront of tech, culture and media, according to new research.
Geopolitical turbulence is propelling us towards an “unsettled” unilateral world of great power rivalries at a time when business and government leaders must focus urgently on working together to tackle shared risks, according to new research.
Google plans to stop all third-party cookies on its Chrome browser by 2022, in a move that will have massive repercussions across the ad industry, which depends on them to track users.