Come on, you must have wondered too.
It is clearly run off its feet -- but decisions to ban ads for campaigns that have finished make little sense.
A move that is worthy of a Francis Underwood power grab has left London's adland stunned as Brexit looms ever large.
Reports suggest President Trump is dropping plans for higher tariffs on French wine -- and that is good news for the UK.
In a week dominated by Hong Kong account deletions, research shows that fake news is very tricky.
The EU wonders if customer data is enough. Does Facebook really need to know what we have in the bank?
A new framework is aimed at providing transparent consent, but can it?
The NUJ is appealing to the police to protect journalists from the rise of right-wing hatred.
It is a major concern raised by the Yellowhammer leak at the weekend. But surely it is unlikely?
This week's uproar over facial recognition is unlikely to lead to GDPR's first big fine.