MAD London Editions for May 2018
MAD London - Thursday, May 31, 2018
French Group Files GDPR Complaints Against Five Tech Firms
Sir Martin Sorrell Will Hold Absolute Power At New Venture
Google Streams Programmatic Audio Ads In DoubleClick
EU Breaks Its Own GDPR Rules
Omnicom's John Wren Is Adland Pay King For 2017
Want To Reach Fitness Fans Outdoors? Head For East Croydon
Commerce Department: GDPR Creates Trade Barriers, Poses Safety Risks
Is Snap Building A Developer Platform?
Confidence Is Up, But Money Worries Hold Consumers Back
Microsoft Just Surpassed Alphabet In Market Value
Harry And Meghan Give Supermarkets A Welcome Boost
BBC To Stream World Cup In 4K HDR
Channel 4 Shortlist For New HQ Announced
Search Is Back, And It's Eating Display's Lunch
MAD London - Wednesday, May 30, 2018
No Media For Old Men? Sorrell Comeback Priorities Are Tech, Data And Content
Sorrell's New WPP: S4 Capital
Virgin Trains Partners With Uber
'Washington Post' Introduces Premium EU Subscription Following GDPR
Sir Martin Sorrell Is Back In The Game
Nuisance Call Bosses Could Be Personally Liable For Large Fines
Accenture Gets Blowback From Agency Groups For Launching Programmatic Practice
The Upside Of GDPR: Consumers Boost Sentiment, Purchase With Brands That Protect Them
London Supports 'Contactless Payments' For Street Performers
Google Maps Tests Category Search Suggestions
Yet Another Wrinkle in GDPR: ICANN Sues To Force Data Collection
Daimler Invests GBP175m In Uber Rival
Uber And Channel 4 Plan Documentary Series
BlackBerry's Plan For GDPR Compliance
Only A Quarter Of Creatives And Marketers Happy
MAD London - Tuesday, May 29, 2018
MPs Threaten To Tame Google And Facebook, Again
European Union Ambassadors Endorse Search Engine Snippet Copyright Rule
US Tech Giants Reported To EU Authorities Over GDPR
Happy GDPR Day: Ghostery Exposes Email Addresses Of Users
YouTube Takes Down 30 Violent Music Videos
Amazon Closes In On Top Brands Google And Apple
Thank You GDPR, My In Box Is Getting Less Cluttered By The Day
MPs Call For Warnings With Gambling Ads
Sorry Ads, Indeed
Government Enquiry May Probe Google And Facebook Dominance
Mobile To Account For A Quarter Of All Media Consumption This Year
ITV Considering Joining Forces With The BBC On UKTV
Discovery Draws Up Brexit Contingency Plan
Where Member States Diverge Under GDPR
What To Do With Non-Opted-In Leads
MAD London - Friday, May 25, 2018
Group Files First GDPR Complaints Against Facebook, Google
American Newspapers Disappear Over GDPR
Time Inc Becomes TI Media In The UK
Day Of Reckoning: GDPR Is Here, And It's Bigger Than Beyonce
P&G's Effort To Stem Advertising Waste
Instapaper Struggling To Meet GDPR Demands
Only A Third Of Consumers Opting In To GDPR Compliance
Consultancies Tread On Adland's Toes With Ad-Buying Capabiities
Maurice Levy Has Not Left The Building
Can Accenture Both Buy And Audit Media?
Mail Online Blames 10% Traffic Fall On Facebook Tinkering
How Can The 'LA Times' And So Many Smart People Get GDPR This Wrong?
MAD London - Thursday, May 24, 2018
Could Google Case Make GDPR The Next PPI?
Publicis Unveils AI Platform 'Marcel'
Let The GDPR Send You To Sleep
Yelp Asks Europe To Take Quick Action On Google
Government's GBP600m Media Account Awarded To Manning Gottlieb OMD
Manning Gottlieb OMD Wins Massive UK Government Media Contract
Baileys Appoints VML London As Global Digital Agency
Brussels Group Offers GDPR Compliance Certification
UK Firms Handed Record Privacy Fines In 2017
Facebook Adds Admin Support To Make Platform Safer
Two In Three Are Taking Programmatic In-House
High Street Sales Are Up, Finally
Havas Confirms Being Memorable Is The Key To Campaign Success
What's Behind All Those GDPR Privacy Notices
How Email Marketers Can Comply With GDPR: Nine Tips
MAD London - Wednesday, May 23, 2018
GDPR Will Curtail Zuckerberg? Don't Be So Ridiculous
PHD Wins Global HSBC Media Account
Zuckerberg Fails To Impress EU Politicians With 'Stock Answers'
UK's ICO Fines University For Data Breach
Google Illegally Revealing Rape Victim Names, 'The Times' Alleges
Microsoft Extends GDPR Observance Worldwide
UK Sees A Record Year For Data Protection Fines
Accenture Interactive Launches New Programmatic Offering
Samsung To Set Up AI Research Centre In Cambridge
M&S Profits Slump By More Than 60%, 100 Stores To Close
Royal Wedding Lifts Sunday Papers Sales By Up To 20%
Tesco Direct Website To Shut Down
Forget My Passport ID, Remember My Friends
MAD London - Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Zuckerberg's EU Testimony Will Be Live Streamed
Battle Lines Are Drawn As WPP Stakeholders Take Sides
New Balance, Snapchat Launch AR Shopping For Liverpool
Comcast Bid For Sky Not Likely To Face A Regulatory Hurdle
London Court Papers Show Google Could Face GBP3.2bn Compensation Bill
Picture-Perfect Royal Wedding Was Made For TV
UK Government Plans New Legislation To Make Social Media Safer
Post GDPR, Targeting Will Shift From Consent To Context
Campaigners Win Judicial Review Over Government Dropping Leveson 2
SMBs Lag In GDPR Knowledge, But Large Firms Are Ready: UK Study
IPA Produces Guidelines To Reduce Sexual Harassment
Do Tougher Social Media Laws Stifle Free Speech?
How the GDPR Will Affect Digital Marketing
Did GroupM's Programmatic Tax Stats Just Make The Case For Blockchain?
MAD London - Monday, May 21, 2018
Govt Pretends EU's GDPR Is A UK Ploy To Tame US Tech Firms
Facebook Builds Platform For Branded Content Campaigns
ICO Ready And Able To Investigate Facebook On GDPR
Adobe Adds Advertising Analytics For Paid Search
BBC Wins The Royal Wedding Ratings Battle
Culture Secretary Reveals He Does Not Have The Power To Tame Tech Giants
It's Settled: Here's The Best Case For Blockchain In Digital Media Buying
Mediabrands Folds Society, Ansible Under Reprise Banner
BBC Embroidered Every Frame In World Cup Trailer
Blockchain Firm Closes Its Doors In Face Of GDPR
Two Email Platforms Disagree Over GDPR: Report
Sky Unveils New Tech Centre Plans
Government Asks Industry To Increase Representation Of The Disabled
MAD London - Friday, May 18, 2018
In Fake News Era, Quality Online Publishers Leap Ahead In Engagement
AI To Be Used To Identify Guests As They Arrive At Royal Wedding
EU Row Breaks Out Over Closed-Door Zuckerberg Hearing
Marketers Face Mass Adoption Of Voice Assistants: IAB Report
ITV News Tops Neutral News Coverage Poll
Starbucks Appoints Havas Helia For EMEA Customer Engagement
Facebook's Holy Trinity: Fake, Porn, Hate
What's The Value Of Consumer Data (To The Consumer)?
PayPal To Buy iZettle For $2.2bn
85% European And US Companies Will Struggle To Be Ready For GDPR
Lloyd's Set For A Windfall From GDPR
Labour Drops Section 40 Proposal
Facebook Filled With 'Fake' Accounts
ITV Chief Executive Criticises Junk Food Ad Ban Proposals
What Should The World Make Of Facebook's Initiative?
MAD London - Thursday, May 17, 2018
WFA Sends Publishers A Listicle -- 8 Ways You Must Do Better
Google Delays Silencing Video Ads In Chrome
Experian To Review CRM, Search And Programmatic
Bing Bans Cryptocurrency Ads
STV Shuts Down STV2
London's DAZN, And Anthony Joshua, Set To Revolutionise Sports Streaming
GDPR Opens A New, Better Chapter For Digital Marketing
RS Digital Expands From SEO Into Email
Snapchat Gives Users Greater Control Over Ad Targeting
England's World Cup Team Read Out By Kids, Not Pundits
Government Cuts Betting Terminal Top Stake To Two Pounds
Why GDPR Will Help Email Marketers
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