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  • UK Public Wants The ICO To Enforce GDPR To The Hilt
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    The numbers are still big, but ad growth has halved as user growth and use have plateaued.
  • BA Flies The Flag For What Happens When GDPR Bites
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  • UK Can Investigate, But Can It Really Touch The Tech Giants?
    The CMA can't split up the tech giants, so is this latest probe a way of validating the Digital Sales Tax?
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    For a channel that promises so much, why does DOOH deliver so many still images?
  • Brands Must Rethink Luxury And Millennials, And Activism Too
    Comscore offers surprises on luxury customers, and reveals that the public does not expect brand activism.
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