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Bounty's data fine raises a wider question about consent

Bounty's data fine raises a wider question about consent

Radical transparency is needed to regain consumer trust. Here's how.

Digital media's next decade could be more dramatic than the last

Digital media's next decade could be more dramatic than the last

Navigating the opportunities and hazards is hard, but smashing the machines is not an option.

Shutterstock joins growing army of brands using AR to sell directly

Shutterstock joins growing army of brands using AR to sell directly

News signals wider move by brands such as Ikea to leverage AR.

The state of voice commerce right now

The state of voice commerce right now

The single most significant evolution in voice tech for brands in the next year is going to be commerce functionality.

Content agency Commit launches user-generated platform

Content agency Commit launches user-generated platform

Online community product will connect brands with genuinely engaged consumers.

We must take on Facebook

We must take on Facebook

How to regulate the social media giant is now a defining issue of our times.

R/GA and MediaCom lead nominations for Campaign Tech Awards

R/GA and MediaCom lead nominations for Campaign Tech Awards

'O2 Bublé' is most nominated work at this year's awards.

The age of synthetic content raises the trust bar yet again

The age of synthetic content raises the trust bar yet again

David Beckham's Malaria No More campaign has raised fresh concerns around synthetic content. How can brands navigate this landscape?

Four questions we must answer as the government tries to regulate social media

Four questions we must answer as the government tries to regulate social media

It's not supposed to be an online ads watchdog...

Google offers digital skills training to New Yorkers

Google offers digital skills training to New Yorkers

Search giant's 'learning centre' will be open for five months.