MAD London Editions for August 2019
MAD London - Friday, Aug. 23, 2019
Google: Publishers Lose Half Of Ad Revenue From Cookie Blocking
EU To Legislate For Facial Recognition Technology
Hasbro Buys Entertainment One For $4 Billion, Pushes More Into TV, Film
Google Shuts Down Accounts Spreading Hong Kong Disinformation
WPP Boss Helps Royals With Charitable Fund
Google To Give Publishers More Information When Ad Traffic Is Restricted
Programmatic Ad Quality Improves To Highest Level Yet, Industry 'Vigilance' Cited
Brits Only Use A Fifth Of The Apps On Their Phone
Google Criticised By Debt Charities
Peppa Pig Company Bought By Hasbro
Tim Cook Mourns Passing Of 'Father Of GDPR'
Fake News Or Censorship? The Nuanced Disinformation Battle
MAD London - Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019
EU Launches Facebook Libra Investigation
'The Telegraph' Wonders If DeepMind Will Ever Make Google Any Money
Manchester United And Kick It Out To Meet Twitter Over Racist Tweets
Newsquest Pulls Titles From ABC Audit
Football Ad Banned For Use Of Young Players
Four Gmail Alternatives That Claim To Protect Privacy
Benchmark Beaters: Email Open And Click-through Rates Jump Worldwide
Libra Investigation: EU Balks At Allowing Facebook To See Spending Habits
Alibaba, Baidu, Google, Microsoft, Others Back Confidential Computing Consortium
You Were Right, Walt Mossberg: The Cookie Did Not Improve Online Advertising
MAD London - Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2019
Mondelez Selects WPP, Publicis Groupe As Primary Creative Partners
Twitter Launches Six-Second Ad-Buying Metric
Facebook Shows Users The Data Third Parties Share With It
Report: YouTube Planning To Drop Targeted Ads In Kids' Videos
New Consent Guidelines From IAB Europe, But Will The ICO Be Happy?
Google Play Store Apps Laced With New Adware
AI For Media, Marketing & Advertising
England Women's Manager Calls For Football To Boycott Social Media
Segasec Teams Up With DMARC Analyzer
US And Asia Double Tech Investment In The UK
'The Sun' Is UK's Most Visited Newspaper Website
Can IAB Europe Save Programmatic From GDPR?
MAD London - Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019
Far Right Must Be Tackled Over Journalist Attacks
Twitter Bans Advertising From State-Controlled News Media
NUJ Seeks Better Police Protection For Journalists
Hong Kong's Social Network Penetration: Mostly Facebook
Ogilvy Steps Up Influencer Campaigns With Takumi Partnership
Anti-Hong Kong Demonstration Accounts Suspended
Programmatic Check: Malicious And In-Banner Video Ads Drop In Q2
EE Complains To ASA Over Three 'Real' 5G Claim
Australia And New Zealand Get Disney+ Before The UK
Dare Appoints Managing Director
The Danger Of Having Even A Few Emails Go Into Spam Traps
Copyright Trolls Unmask Virgin Customer IDs: Analysis
Google Eliminates Accelerated Delivery Option For Search, Shopping Campaigns
MAD London - Monday, Aug. 19, 2019
Report: 'Problematic' Ads Fund $235 Million On Disinformation Sites
Search Rivals Refuse To Pay For Android Downloads
Amazon And Facebook Back Trump Action On French Tech Tax
Twitter To Launch Video Ad Unit To Improve View Rates, Recall
15 Years After Google's IPO, Here's A Look At The Leading Tech Offerings
P&O Cruises Calls Creative Review
Bad Guys Make Out: Hacking Victims Will Pay Big Bucks To Ransom Data
Deliveroo Picks Chime360 For Creative
ITV And Ocean Digital Agree To Cover Rugby World Cup On Outdoor Screens
Equifax Considering New Data Segments After Announcing Eyeota Partnership
No Deal Brexit -- Would The Data Really Stop Flowing?
MAD London - Friday, Aug. 16, 2019
BBC Defies Kashmir Blackout With Extended Short-Wave Radio Service
Publicis Groupe Bespoke Team Retains Novartis
NatWest Chooses The & Partnership For 2020 Campaign
Google Extends In-App Viewability Through IAB Tech Lab's Open Measurement Standard
Facebook Opens Pop-Up Cafes To Talk Up Privacy
ARF: The Price Consumers Put On Their Data
TfL Calls Ad Review
Google Assistant Adds New Features, Tailor-Made For Families
TSB Calls Media Review
Retail Sales Up in July Thanks To Online Sales Growth
How Ann Summers Tackled Hijacked Ads
Facial Recognition, RTB And Google -- Where Will GDPR Finally Bite?
MAD London - Thursday, Aug. 15, 2019
Disney Poaches Sky's CMO For European Streaming Launch
Uber Appoints Google Exec To VP Global Marketing
Stock Market Dives, Media Stocks Get Slammed
Holland & Barrett Reviews Creative
Facebook Clarifies Public, Private Settings For Groups
The Specialist Works Wins GBP9.7m's Media Account
IPA And ISBA Question First ASA Rulings On Gender Stereotyping
Location Data Startup Officially Launches, Grows Globally Through Million-Dollar Seed Round
Lack Of Sleep More Damaging To Children Than Social Media
Facebook Launches Movie Ad Formats
Conde Nast, Conde Nast International Unify Leadership
Dear EU -- Leave Google Alone On Jobs
MAD London - Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2019
WPP Adds Whitbread As Board Member
Anthony Joshua's Saudi Fight Questioned By Brand Experts
Russia's Watchdog Orders Google To Stop Broadcasting 'Illegal Events' On YouTube
BBC Calls Media Review
Google Rivals Opting Out Of Forced Search Engine Auction In Europe
'Love Island' Estimated To Earn ITV GBP77m
S4 Capital's MediaMonks Merges With European Influencer Company
Facebook Claims It Did Not Mislead MPs On Cambridge Analytica
Tumblr Sold Off At A Massive Loss To Wordpress Owner
News Corp.'s News-Information Business Revenues Drop 5%, Dow Jones Revenue Grows 4%
Retail Bosses Call For Fairer Taxes To Save The High Street
Kraft Heinz To Shift Marketing Budgets To What Customers Can See
M&C Saatchi Takes GBP6.4m Hit In Trading Update
MediaMonks Buys IMA Influencer Agency
Time To Call Out Influencers On TV
MAD London - Monday, Aug. 12, 2019
Facebook To Offer Big Publishers Millions In Licensing Fees
WPP Figures Show US Struggles Carry On
ICO Beefs Up Its Fines Under GDPR
WPP Shares Rise On Improved Q2 Results
Pablo Added To Costa's Agency Roster
Amazon Hints At Expanding Blockchain Into Advertising
'The Times' And 'The Sunday Times' Surpass 300,000 Digital Subscribers
How Brands Can Thrive Amid Consumer Distrust
Microsoft Blocks TSO Host, UK Hosting Firm
Privacy, Please: Firms Give Up Data On A Researcher's Fiancee
Ofcom To Safeguard Children From Harmful Videos, Or Maybe Not
1 In 10 Shops Empty As Shoppers Go Online And To Retail Parks
Disc Sales Down A Fifth As Streaming Takes Hold
Some UK Areas Still Lacking In 4G Coverage
Fair Deal Or Privacy -- Facebook And Apple Square Up On News