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Crypto adverts face crackdown by UK authorities
Britain's financial industry regulator will soon set the rules for advertising crypto assets, the government announced on Monday.
Spanish regulator moves to rein in crypto asset advertising
The Spanish government said the financial regulator will need to be notified 10 days before a promotional campaign starts.
‘Move and pollute less’, car makers must tell prospective buyers
Environmental warnings, like those for junk food, will be included in the adverts in a bid to hit France's climate targets.
Arsenal fan token ads broke rules by 'trivialising' crypto risk
The ban is the first time adverts for football club "fan tokens" have been found to have broken the rules by the UK's advertising regulator.
Will the metaverse open the door to targeted ads using biometric data?
Brands are already staking out the commercial opportunities within the metaverse but some experts are raising the alarm about the implications immersive advertising will have for user privacy, safety and consent.
Brussels bids to make online political adverts more transparent
Big tech companies would have to reveal what data was used and refrain from using sensitive data to target people with political ads.
A marketeer's dilemma: Creating demand in a world that needs less
The co-founder of UK brand consultancy, Firehaus reflects on his role in the climate crisis and what the industry can do next.
Activists block Shell’s port to protest against ‘greenwashing' adverts
A new report finds a discrepancy between six fossil fuel companies’ adverts for sustainability and their actual investment in renewable sources.
German election: Who has spent the most on Facebook advertising?
In the last month, the major political parties have spent a collective €1.5 million to reach voters on Facebook.
These hijacked billboards take aim at 'Europe's dirtiest bank'
Brandalism’s subversive adverts try to show us how Barclays finances the fossil fuel industry.
Instagram influencers must label paid adverts, says German court
Social media influencers who receive money from companies to promote products must clearly label such posts as adverts, Germany's federal court has ruled.
Facebook shuts down academics researching fake news adverts
A project tracking fake news in Facebook adverts has been put on hold after the social network deleted researchers' accounts.
GB News criticised for platforming 'dangerous climate change deniers'
The brand new UK news channel has only been going for two weeks, yet has managed to rack up the complaints.
#Womennotobjects: How empathy is needed to reimagine brand campaigns
Madonna Badger, the creative force behind #Womennotobjects campaign, discusses her aims and the legacy she wants to leave behind.
EU launches antitrust probe into Google's digital ad tech practices
It will focus on whether the company is stifling competition by restricting access to third parties to user data for advertising purposes on websites and apps, while using that data itself.
Google fined €220m in France over online advertising market
Google said it had agreed on changes to improve its online ad market after being fined by France's competition watchdog.
Amsterdam to become first city in the world to ban this type of advert
The Dutch capital city is on a mission to become more sustainable and sets a good example for the rest of Europe in doing so.
‘Tired, tacky, dangerous’: British Gas ads criticised for greenwashing
The UK's biggest energy supplier is accused of having a "worryingly simplistic" understanding of green issues.
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.