Five billions pounds worth of UK ad sales and a GBP67m tax bill -- bring on the Chancellor's Digital Services Tax.
The WFA is calling on brands to hold social media giants to account, but dare they?
The EU wants Google to open up search, but has now imposed a link tax for doing so.
Two rivals are already working together in the UK to ensure Apple TV+ is unlikely to gain a foothold.
Two in three consumers are now sharing content privately. Does Facebook dare peek under the lid?
It has been a week of brand image and purpose -- and yet the brands that do the best often reflect our views the least.
A massive 8.2bn Euros in fines in two years -- and the last one looks questionable.
The moment you have an in-app buy button, influencers could be moved from branding to sales.
When a massacre can be live-streamed and shared 300,000 times, even Facebook knows the game is up.
New Government proposals will ban junk-food ads before 9pm both on tv and online.