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The claims were supplied under a Europe-wide scheme that allows energy companies to buy renewable power certificates.
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The US Justice Department and eight states are suing Google, alleging that the tech giant's dominance in digital advertising harms competition
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Parody billboards highlight ‘misleading adverts’ from Toyota and BMW
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An estimated 1 per cent of total energy consumption on Earth is used to show us adverts.
Canadian campaign on domestic violence triumphs at the Care Awards
The Care Awards celebrate the most creative advertising campaigns in the field of social care and enviroment.
BeReal: How real is the social media darling, really?
The French photo-sharing app BeReal offers users respite from social media fakeness, but is it actually authentic?
Musk's Twitter 'bird will fly by EU rules,' Brussels warns on takeover
EU commissioner Thierry Breton issued the warning after Musk sealed the $44 billion deal and fired Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal and two other executives.
Elon Musk says he doesn't seek a 'free-for-all hellscape' for Twitter
Elon Musk is telling Twitter advertisers he is buying the platform to "help humanity" and doesn’t want it to become a "free-for-all hellscape".
Australian energy company fined €35,000 for greenwashing
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has warned companies making dubious sustainability claims to watch out.
'Elvis' director Baz Luhrmann wants to unlock people’s creativity
The Australian filmmaker teams up with Bombay Sapphire to helm a creative call-to-arms, which is inviting people to discover the creative inspiration that exists all around them.
Is the new M&Ms colour really about "inclusivity" or empty solidarity?
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Italy elections: Who has spent the most money on Facebook ads?
Parties and politicians have been campaigning for online votes from Italy's 38 million Facebook users.
The 'brandalists' are back and they're taking aim at airline adverts
Anti-advertising campaign Brandalism has put up satirical artwork in 15 different European cities.