No more talk of bosses going to jail -- just the Ofcom appointment we were all expecting.
We'll know on Friday, but it's looking unlikely that the Mobile World Congress can carry on with so many dropping out.
Can you believe it? The ASA has had to remind influencers, again, about using #ad and not making false claims.
Campaigners are suggesting that the tech giants legally avoid around a billion pounds worth of tax per year.
Executives are likely to be taken to court if social media companies allow harmful content to remain published.
Splitting up the political lobby between invited friends and ignored enemies won't work, as a boycott proved.
It has been a while coming, but the case is now official -- and there are new claims on special category process in the UK.
Digital may mean everything to many agencies, but the IPA reminds that it's only half of an adult's media consumption.
The figures are in -- and engagement is through the roof in 2019 compared to 2019.
At 11pm tonight, the UK enters a transition phase where, despite the hype, virtually nothing changes until 2021.