• Three Arrested For Journalist Attack
    Three men have been arrested in connection with the assault on "Guardian" journalist Owen Jones, "Press Gazette" reveals. It was reported at the time that he was targeted for being a left-wing writer.
  • Facebook Privacy Cafes Do Not Make Up For Failings, 'The Telegraph' Blasts
    The Telegraph is critical of Facebook's pop-up privacy cafes, which it claims are a "bizarre stunt," do not make up for the damage caused by their lapsed stewardship of user data in the past.
  • 'Like' Button Is Social's Most Toxic Feature
    The Royal Society of Public Health says the 'like' button is the most "toxic" feature of social media sites -- just behind notifications, which draw people back onto a social app, "The Telegraph" writes.
  • Government's GBP100m Brexit Campaign Launches Next Week
    The Government's GBP100m Brexit campaign is due to break next week, "Campaign" reveals. The site is reporting that it is believed to be the biggest public information campaign since World War II.
  • YouTube Reinstates British Right-Wing Account
    YouTube has restored two right-wing accounts after their owners appealed that they had not broken the service's rules. The BBC reveals that one belongs to an unknown British person, known as The Iconoclast, and one belongs to a man who is banned from entering the UK.
  • YouTube Moves In On BBC's Turf With Educational Shows
    "The Guardian" is describing YouTube's decision to stream educational shows aimed at Briton as "stepping on the toes" of the BBC.
  • Asda Teams Up With 'Downton Abbey'
    Asda is launching a tie-in with Downton Abbey ahead of the show's movie premiere next month, Marketing Week reveals. The ad will be used in cinema as well as television. It features the show's cook, Mrs Patmore, preparing a feast for the royal family and quipping about not needing a "King's ransom" thanks to Asda's "rollback" prices.
  • HSBC Calls Below-The-Line Review
    HSBC has called a review of its below-the-line activity, placing TMW Unlimited on alert, "Campaign" reveals.
  • Zoopla And USwitch Seek New Creative Agency
    ZPG has called a creative review for its property site, Zoopla and price comparison service, uSwitch. The incumbent, Brothers and Sisters, has declined to pitch, "Campaign" reports.
  • Is Fear Of Digital Taxes Holding Back EU Tech Investment?
    "The Telegraph" is asking aloud whether fears over new digital taxes are behind a slowdown in M&A activity. Activity has dropped by nearly a fifth so far this year, meaning that Europe could be on the road to its worst year for tech M&A activity since the global financial crisis.
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