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News blackout amid Polish protest over 'blow to free media' tax
Independent media in Poland suspended their news coverage for 24 hours on Wednesday over a planned new advertising tax, which they say will undermine press freedoms.
Google sued by 10 US states for 'anti-competitive' online ad sales
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the suit, arguing that "this Goliath of a company is using its power to manipulate the market, destroy competition, and harm you, the consumer."
Carrefour withdraws Polish news adverts over LGBT rights
French supermarket chain Carrefour says it has withdrawn advertising campaign from Polish television TVP, saying that the content "did not correspond to the company's values".
Tech giants give insight into how US election is being fought online
It helps highlight which subjects most interest Americans online and how both candidates have spent their online campaign budgets.
Airpnp: Polish activists cause a stink with toilet-sharing app stunt
An association in Poland has advertised a new app that purports to allow Warsaw residents to rent out their toilet for a fee — but there's a catch.
Live lamb used in provocative new vegan commercial in Israel
The advert reached over a third of Israel's population - often dubbed the vegan capital of the world.
Facebook will ban new political adverts in week before US election
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company will also prevent campaigns and their supporters from making premature claims of the vote result.
Facebook expands hate speech rules amidst advertiser boycott
Facebook said it would label "newsworthy" content that breaks its rules and expanding their rules on hate speech.
Unilever joins Facebook boycott over hate speech concerns
Facebook said on Friday it was taking action against hate speech.
Facebook stands firm on political advert policies
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Facebook takes down Conservative ad that featured BBC content
The BBC had expressed their concern and published a statement on Twitter. The Press Team said that it was a "completely unacceptable use of BBC content which distorts our output and which could damage perceptions of our impartiality".
Effie Greater China Awards Gala and summit bring together leading firms from throughout the region
Under the slogan ‘Marketing Effectiveness Connects the World’, Effie Greater China held its annual gala awards ceremony in Beijing on 22 November. Recognised throughout the industry as a global benchmark, Effie awards are designed to reward effective campaigns across all forms of marketing.
Facebook would have let Hitler run political adverts, claims comedian
British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen took aim at social media companies accusing them of pushing "absurdities to billions of people".
Is the battle to define political advertising unwinnable?
As major tech companies begin to overhaul political advertising, Google's mislabelling of an undisclosed Tory attack ad highlights the pitfalls of regulating an unregulated world.
China’s advertising industry waits to hear the winners of the Effie marketing awards
The final countdown to the prestigious Greater China Effie Awards, for effectiveness in marketing, has begun.
Johnny Depp & Dior silent amid 'racist advert' claims
Depp starred in advert for Dior's Sauvage fragrance which has been panned by critics for cultural insensitivity.
Visit Truly Asia Malaysia 2020 launches with the support of the whole country
A festive red hibiscus, a wild green fern, and a brilliant blue rhinoceros hornbill will be welcoming visitors to Malaysia over the next 18 months - the Visit Truly Asia Malaysia 2020 campaign has now been launched.
Martin Sorrell speaks to Euronews on the new reality of adverting
"The best question to ask is not is the client happy, it's are we adding value" advises advertising giant Martin Sorrell.
Colombia hoping to be 'Latin American Silicon Valley,' president tells Euronews
Colombian President Ivan Duque has been telling creative industry experts, gathered on the French Riveria, how he's focusing on the Orange economy to drive growth and employment.
'Mind-blowing' tech wows Cannes Lions festival
Cutting-edge technologies have been turning heads at the Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity on the French Riviera.
Sex toy maker sues NYC transit for refusing their ads, allowing erectile dysfunction ads
Dame Products alleges the New York City MTA discriminated against their ads while allowing phallic art promoting impotency medication.
Travel sector gets personal at Cannes Lions festival
Travel is one industry that has been fuelling creative chat at the Cannes Lions festival on the French Riviera.
Talking luxury at Cannes Lions festival
Attracting young spenders who are passionate about luxury is one of the big talking points at this year's Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity, taking place on the French Riviera.
Health innovation takes centre stage at Cannes Lions
The 66th annual Cannes Lions Festival of Creativity has kicked off on the French Riviera, with health innovation among the big issues sparking debate.
Storytelling and diversity on the agenda at Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity
More than 10,000 creatives from around the world have descended on Cannes this week for the French city’s other big festival – the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.
'Sexist' bike helmet ad divides opinion in Germany
An advert released in Germany encouraging young cyclists to wear a helmet has divided opinions on its 'sexist' delivery and intentions.