MAD London Editions for December 2017
MAD London - Friday, Dec. 22, 2017
Eric Schmidt Steps Down From Alphabet
Universal Strikes The First Music Deal With Facebook
News Organizations Side With Google In Fight Over 'Right To Be Forgotten'
Facebook Drops Fake News Warning
Nielsen Pulls Plug As Sole Funder Of Council For Research Excellence
Firms Will Spend $8 Billion On GDPR Compliance: Estimate
Police Officers Behind Damian Green Investigation Face Data Breach Probe
Funny Or Bad Taste? Poundland Has Got Social Media Divided
Local Journalists Call Industrial Action At Newsquest
MAD London Will Be Back On January 2nd, 2018
BBC Must Increase Religious Content
7 Consumer Sites Dominate Holiday Search In United Kingdom
2017 -- The Year Digital Finally Started Growing Up
MAD London - Thursday, Dec. 21, 2017
Inspiring Or Effective? UK's Top TV Ad For 2017 May Surprise You
McCann London Wins Chivas Regal Global Account
Data Shows Tablets Driving Highest Click-Through Rates
New York Lawmaker Tries Backdoor Approach To Restore Net Neutrality
Can Netflix Make It On Cinema's Silver Screen?
Apple Considers App Compatibility
Marriott To Become First Brand To Use New Outdoor Projection Tech
About.com Reboots As Dotdash, Company Thrives
Britain First Switches From Twitter To Gab
Consumer Confidence Plummets Year-On-Year In December
'The Canary' Forced To Apologise Over Laura Kuenssberg Story
MAD London - Wednesday, Dec. 20, 2017
Uber Told It's A Cab Firm -- Time For The Gig Economy To Grow Up
YouTube Inks New Deals With Universal Music, Sony Music
Government Tells BT To Roll Out Faster Broadband By 2020
Sky News Staff Implore Regulator To Not Block Takeover Deal
French Authorities Blast WhatsApp For Sharing Users' Data With Facebook
Uber Really Is A Taxi Service, EU Court Rules
Ruling That Uber Is A Cab Company May Have Impact On Gig Economy
Led By Smartwatches, Wearable Device Shipments To Nearly Double
Peroni Appoints New Global Creative Agency To Regain Youth Credentials
Royal British Legion Calls Creative Review Ahead Of 100th Armistice Anniversary
7 Consumer Sites Dominate Holiday Search In United Kingdom
MAD London - Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017
GoCompare To Acquire MyVoucherCodes; Email Firm Included
Britain First Suspended -- Twitter Cracks Down On Group Retweeted By Trump
Home Secretary Summons 'Mail' And 'Telegraph' Editors To Explain Treatment Of MPs
Vatican Hires Accenture Interactive For Online Rebranding Assignment
Facebook Demotes Posts That Use Engagement Bait
Paddy Power Switches To Chime From Lucky Generals
53% Of UK Social Users Will Be On Instagram By 2021
Companies Must Disclose Gender Pay Gap Or Be Fined
Premium Video Lets Publishers Fight Back Against Google And Facebook
Ofcom Investigates Alex Salmond's Russian Today Chat Show
What Part Of A GBP2bn Fine Hasn't Made Google Play Nice?
MAD London - Monday, Dec. 18, 2017
Google Accused Of Still Favouring Itself In Search Results
Press Agencies Want Google, Facebook And Others To Pay For Aggregating News
ANA: In-House Programmatic Buying More Than Doubles, Agencies Becoming Marginalized
Heathrow Collaborates With Apple For Terminal Maps
Havas Expands Culture Innovation Lab In US, Abroad
Black Friday Confirms Retailers Are Locked Into Discounts
The End Has Come For AOL Instant Messenger
Star Wars 'Hyper Reality' Game Hits The Westfield
Amazon Pays EUR100m To Settle Italian Tax Investigation
Dentsu Rumoured To Be In 'Pole Position' For JLR $500m Global Media Account
Oath's UK MD Leaves After Internal Investigation
The Telegraph To Hire 39 More Journalists To Hit 10m Reader Target
Trinity Mirror Revenue Down, Express Purchase Is Still On
Black Friday And Cyber Monday 'Success' Could Clean Retailers Out
MAD London - Friday, Dec. 15, 2017
Net Neutrality, Murdochs And Disney Bring The Fight To Amazon And Netflix
UK Consumers Frown At Email Emojis: Study
Russia Spent $1000 On Brexit Twitter Ads
Sky News Confirmed As Part Of Disney's Fox Purchase
Facebook Withdraws Support For Profiles
Yahoo Mail Users Complain Of Service Issues
UK Officials Not Happy With Twitter
Advertising ID Consortium, Trade Desk To Collaborate On Identity Framework
Disney And 21st Century Fox Will Now Take On Streaming Start-Ups
CAP To Consult On Gender Stereotyping
BT And Sky Agree On Channel Deal
AKQA International Creative Director Leaves After Whistleblower Complaints
French Consider Parental Consent Law For Under 16s On Facebook
MAD London - Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017
Russian Fake News Brexit Row Is Sour Grapes -- What About Boris' Battle Bus?
Disney Acquires Bulk Of 21st Century: Streamlined 'Fox' Spin-Off Keeps Broadcast Assets, Fox News
Deliveroo Switches From Mediacom To the7stars
News UK Gets Google Grant For AI Personalisation
Microsoft Works To Make Bing The Strongest A.I. Company Offering
York Becomes Third UK City To Ban Uber
Marketers Discover Amazon Strategy Through Non-Branded Terms
Facebook And UK Government Square Up Over Russian Brexit Ads
Act-On Software Prepares For GDPR, Adds 3 New Features
Aldi Tops Christmas TV Ad Social Engagement
Norway Is First To Switch Off FM Radio
Lloyd's Of London Urges Businesses To Prepare For GDPR
MAD London - Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017
Ads.txt -- What Part Of Not Losing $1.27bn Don't Publishers Like?
IPG Takes Corrective Action At The Martin Agency
Google Says Publishers Lose $1.27bn Per Year To Video Fraudsters
3 Reasons Ad Fraud Will Be Beaten By 2020
Meghan Markle Tops UK Google Search List For 2017
Iris Appointed To Take Formula E To The Next Stage Of Awareness
Google Revises SEO Starter Guide
$60bn Purchase Of 20th Century Fox By Disney Could Be Announced Tomorrow
Yahoo Search Vets Launch Perform Media
Committee Of MPs Calls For New Law To Combat Social Abuse
The EU's ePrivacy Law Is On The Slow Track
What The GDPR Means To Third-Party Data Processors
MAD London - Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017
Doubling Up With Digital Display -- What The Data Tells Us
Google Automation Hits Media Bidding Glitch, Plans To Reimburse Advertisers
'Daily Mail' Editor's Pay Soars To GBP2.5m
The Million-Dollar Tab: Firms Sink Money Into GDPR Compliance
Apple Acquires Shazam, Top Music App
Programmatic Spending Up 23.5% In 2017
Westfield Sold To French Retail Property Giant
eBay Data 'Leak' Sends Google Scrambling To Mask Names
Digital Display's ROI Worked Out -- One Pound In, GBP1.94 Back
CP+B Strengthens London Leadership
Elizabeth Line Seeks Advertising Partners
MAD London - Monday, Dec. 11, 2017
IAB Asks Buyers, Sellers To Refrain From Duration Weights, Pending Consensus
Research Suggests Bing Trumps Google For ROI
Ovo And Brooklyn Brothers Part Ways
The Smart Money Is On Ads.txt, Literally
Apple Close To Buying Shazam
Data Protection Focus In 2018
The No. 1 Trend For 2018: 'The Female Gaze'
Fake LinkedIn Accounts Used By Chinese To Spy On Politicians
Visa Warns Consumer Spending Is Down, Again
Publicis' NextTECHnow Sets Up 100 Partnerships
GDPR And Electronic Privacy Regulation -- Two Things You Should Know
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