Category: Advertising

Ads for cryptocurrencies, ICOs, wallets and exchanges will be blocked from June to prevent scams, following Facebook’s move in January

Google will ban all adverts for cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin and initial coin offerings (ICOs), as it seeks to “tackle emerging threats”.

The ad ban will come into force from June as part of a clampdown on unregulated financial products. Google’s director of sustainable ads, Scott Spencer, said in a blogpost: “We updated several policies to address ads in unregulated or speculative financial products like binary options, cryptocurrency, foreign exchange markets and contracts for difference (or CFDs).”

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TfL deems ads on tubes and buses calling for businesses to relocate too sensitive

An advertising campaign from the Normandy government urging British businesses to flee across the Channel to escape Brexit has been banned by Transport for London because it may cause “public controversy or sensitivity”.

The adverts urging entrepreneurs worried about the UK’s departure from the EU to “vote with their feet” will run in national newspapers, including the Guardian, this week. But they will not be carried on public transport in the capital after TfL said the ads “did not fully comply” with its advertising guidelines.

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Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has outlined changes aimed at improving the social network which could limit the time people spend on the platform
The Wall Street Journal published an article recently explaining how Facebook chooses which ads to target users with — and it's not by spying on you through your phone's microphone.

With shares trading above Melrose’s takeover offer, GKN’s defence of its value is hopeful

It would be an exaggeration to say GKN’s shareholders, after being blasted by management presentations for the past week, have suddenly fallen in love with their misfiring engineering giant. But something may be stirring.

For almost the first time since Melrose launched its £7bn reverse takeover bid, GKN’s shares are trading consistently above the value of the offer. GKN closed on Thursday at 435p versus an offer, which is mostly in the form of Melrose shares, worth 413p. The gap isn’t huge, but the position is more encouraging for GKN than a fortnight ago.

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Broadchurch, Victoria and Love Island prove top shows as shares dip on revenue update

ITV’s profits fell sharply last year as the Broadchurch to Love Island broadcaster reported the steepest fall in TV advertising in almost a decade.

ITV’s pretax profits fell more than 10% to £500m last year as TV advertising revenue, which accounts for about half of its revenues, fell 5% to £1.6bn. In 2009, ITV’s TV ad revenues fell 9.4% amid the advertising recession.

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Users of latest Chrome browser on Windows, Mac OS, Linux and Android will have some of most intrusive types of ads blocked automatically

Google will start automatically blocking intrusive ads within its Chrome browser for desktop and Android from Thursday 15 February.

The change, announced in June, will see the dominant browser that is used by over 56% of internet users block some of the most intrusive ads including full-page prestitial ads, flashing animated ads and auto-playing video ads with sound.

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Former UK boss of ad giant says anti-digital platform sentiment ‘has stepped up a gear’

The former UK boss of one of the world’s biggest advertising groups has said that Unilever’s threat to boycott Google and Facebook could be a pivotal moment for digital advertising, likening it to the momentum of the #MeToo movement that has put a spotlight on sexual harassment and assault.

Paul Frampton, the former head of the UK division of French marketing services group Havas, said that taking the Silicon Valley giants to task over their business practices is about principles, not advertising dollars.

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Frozen food firm’s campaign to depict modern family life comes months after social media furore

McCain is to feature a lesbian couple in an advertising campaign depicting modern family life, months after a gay couple were subjected to online abuse for appearing in its TV ads.

The frozen food company will launch the TV ad on Friday. It features a range of real-life couples, including the dancers Kimberley and Molly, and Andy and Tara, a gold medal-winning Paralympian who is now a disability rights campaigner.

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Ram Trucks distorted a Martin Luther King sermon to sell its cars. This is how the establishment whitewashes history

In 1966, shortly before Martin Luther King branded America “the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today” and insisted “capitalism forgets that life is social”, a Gallup poll showed two thirds of Americans viewed him unfavourably. In 1999, when Gallup asked Americans for the most admired figures of the 20th century, King came second to Mother Teresa. When his monument went up on the National Mall in Washington in 2011, 91% of Americans approved.

Related: If Martin Luther King Jr were alive today, politicians would denounce him | Steven W Thrasher

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Couple who live in £1m London house raised more than £5,000 to pay vet bills for Welsh terrier

The chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi and his fashion designer wife have raised more than £5,000 to get their Instagram-star dog treated by a celebrity vet, after asking followers for donations on a crowdfunding website.

The couple’s Welsh terrier, Edward Lear, has more than 10,000 followers on the social media site, and has been pictured in designer dogwear and at five-star hotels.

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The Swedish store’s new ad is made of paper which contains similar technology to a pregnancy test – and if it’s positive, the ad reveals a special sale

Ikea, the Swedish homeware giant, has come up with a novel way to get would-be parents streaming through the doors to the company’s cavernous outlets – a magazine advert for baby cribs that doubles as a pregnancy test.

Ikea is encouraging the possibly pregnant to pee on the ad in its latest catalogue, the paper of which contains similar technology to a pregnancy test. If the test is positive, then the ad reveals a special discounted price on cribs.

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Media companies ended their ‘paid promotion partnerships’ with Takei after a claim of sexual assault. But what are these celebrity deals, and are they ethical?

News that several online media companies including Mic, Slate and Refinery29 have severed commercial ties with Star Trek actor George Takei following allegations of sexual assault has shone a light on the little-understood practice of online news sites paying celebrities to post links to their content.

Millennial-focused website Mic reported that it and five other media sites had “ended paid promotion partnerships that once had their articles and videos shared on Takei’s social media platforms” in the wake of an accusation that Takei sexually assaulted a young actor in 1981. Takei denies the claim.

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Article 29 Working Party steps up action over user consent and privacy following Facebook’s failure to address breaches of EU law

The European Union’s data regulator group is again focusing its attention on WhatsApp for the messaging app’s sharing of user data with parent company Facebook, launching a taskforce to implement “a clear, comprehensive resolution” to comply with EU law.

The taskforce has been set up by the pan-European data regulator, the Article 29 Working Party (WP29), a year after it first issued a warning to the chat app over its sharing of user data with the wider group of Facebook companies, forcing it to pause data transfer. The taskforce will be lead by the UK’s information commissioner office.

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Security firm uncovers hacking group KovCoreG’s attempts to trick browsers of world’s largest adult site into installing fake updates

Millions of Pornhub users were targeted with a malvertising attack that sought to trick them into installing malware on their PCs, according to infosec firm Proofpoint.

By the time the attack was uncovered, it had been active “for more than a year”, Proofpoint said, having already “exposed millions of potential victims in the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia” to malware by pretending to be software updates to popular browsers.

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Uber signage is seen as an employee stands in the entrance of the ride-hailing giant's office in Hong Kong on March 10, 2017. Uber hit back at Hong Kong authorities on March 10 after five of its drivers were found guilty of operating without proper licences, in yet another blow to the ride-hailing giant. / AFP PHOTO / Anthony WALLACE (Photo credit should read ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/Getty Images)
Ride-sharing company Uber has demanded that their advertisements be removed from Breitbart News claiming that they want "nothing to do with" the website.

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