Marketing Politics Weekly
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
  • Supreme Court Paves Way For Legal Sports Betting

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday struck down The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) in a 6-3 ruling. Read the whole story

  • How Will TV Benefit From Legal State Sports Betting?

    "It will be a new form of entertainment," says Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks, citing possible efforts in and around stadiums, arenas … Read the whole story

  • Trevor Noah's Attack On Free Speech

    When the email came from YouTube notifying me that my Trevor Noah video had been taken down for "copyright violations," I have to admit, … Read the whole story

  • Facebook Disables Fake Accounts, Spam

    By all appearances, Facebook is trying to clean up its act, and take a hard line against various platform abuses. A day after suspending … Read the whole story

  • Facebook Suspends 200 Apps, Begins Investigation

    Motivated by the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the crackdown is part of a larger effort by Facebook to investigate every app that had access to … Read the whole story

  • Twitter Getting Savvier About Eliminating Trolls

    Among other suspicious behavior, the company is looking out for accounts that don't confirm their email addresses, along with instances of multiple accounts being … Read the whole story

  • Psychotherapy Queries Surge Post Trump Election

    Is there a correlation between Donald Trump's election and psychological or emotional disorders? That certainly seems to be the case based on a longitudinal … Read the whole story

  • Gen Z Puts Brands On Notice

    "Gen Z believes that everything-from what you buy to where you eat-can make a political statement," says DoSomething Strategic's Meredith Ferguson. Read the whole story

  • Salesforce Names Finch As Its Data Protection Officer

    Salesforce says it is ready for the GDPR. And as part of that, it has named Lindsey Finch as its DPA. Read the whole story