GDPR complaints about data rights that we already had are said to be soaring -- but the numbers are low.
As England debuts on commercial tv tonight, second screeners show a love of beer, DIY, betting and Ronaldo.
If it's spelt out whom data will be shared with, only 10% of ad partners will get a "yes."
The Cannes award shows creative and data can work together -- and consultancies might be the facilitator.
Brash doesn't cut it in the UK, so Uber will show today that progress comes from apologising and making it better.
Crazy EU accounting rules allow Netflix to pay no UK corporation tax, and get a rebate instead.
The Ozone Project will line up alongside Reach and 1XL as papers combine to take on the duopoly.
GroupM figures say the UK is the fastest-growing mature advertising market and will hit GBP20bn as Brexit happens.
When research shows that up to nearly three in four ad dollars can go on fake users, it's time to act.
An organisation fighting corruption and questionable hosts finds a 2026 saviour in the US, Canada and Mexico.