Prime Minister Theresa May's resignation means hard Brexiters are taking over -- and adland must hope that MPs can stand up to them.
As GDPR turns one, Ireland is finally investigating whether Google is compliant.
Research shows that some functions are going in-house, but brands still want to retain a media agency.
The bots are there ahead of Thursday's EU elections, but they hold less sway than one-sided, angry Brexit Party posts.
Brits are not noticing much difference a year after GDPR was introduced.
"Game of Thrones" got a fivefold increase in social interaction after its ads ran, proving that second-screening is very real.
Cleaned-up platforms and speed of content creation explain Unilever's former marketing boss's influencer conversion.
That is the message from the WFA today as Facebook bans rule breakers from live streaming.
Google's "do no evil" banner was exposed this week as Eric Schmidt defended the company in law, not morals.
Ad blocking is down -- but the amount it costs publishers is up by a third in just a year.