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Google appeases publishers by ending 'first click free' and helping to sell subscriptions

Google appeases publishers by ending 'first click free' and helping to sell subscriptions

Google is pushing out measures that will help publishers sell more digital subscriptions and is also ending its controversial "first

Facebook bans Friction Free Shaving's #Shoga ad for 'implied nudity'

Facebook bans Friction Free Shaving's #Shoga ad for 'implied nudity'

Friction Free Shaving's (FFS) first digital campaign has been banned by Facebook because it involves a nude woman, modesty bars

Google accused of sex discrimination in US lawsuit

Google accused of sex discrimination in US lawsuit

Google is being sued by three female former employees, who are claiming that it discriminates against women, paying them less

Facebook tackles brand safety with tougher ad 'monetisation eligibility' standards

Facebook tackles brand safety with tougher ad 'monetisation eligibility' standards

Facebook has launched tougher rules on brand safety because it admits some marketers are "feeling uneasy" about where their ads

How podcasts became the new soap opera (and what brands should do about it)

How podcasts became the new soap opera (and what brands should do about it)

Marketers are looking for new channels to more deeply connect with consumers, says Day One Agency's CEO.

Nars and Refinery29 champion female creativity in immersive art exhibit

Nars and Refinery29 champion female creativity in immersive art exhibit

Nars Cosmetics and Refinery29, the WPP-backed digital media company, have created a bold exhibition of female artists celebrating women's strength

Facebook admits selling 3,000 political ads for fake pages linked to Russia

Facebook admits selling 3,000 political ads for fake pages linked to Russia

Facebook sold political advertising designed to shape the outcome of last year's US presidential election to a Russian firm, the

Apple and Amazon join race for 007 distribution rights

Apple and Amazon join race for 007 distribution rights

Amazon and Apple have emerged as contenders for the distribution rights to the James Bond franchise.

Medium creates first 'Noteworthy' original video series

Medium creates first 'Noteworthy' original video series

The platform super-serves its core audience by featuring authors in videos from LA agency Standard Time.

Why BuzzFeed is licking its lips over Tasty

Why BuzzFeed is licking its lips over Tasty

BuzzFeed's food platform Tasty has evolved from gimmicky food porn to a brand exploring every angle of food culture--and it