Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for September 2021
Marketing Politics Weekly - Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021
Maybe It's Time Social Media Conduct A Hearing Of Congress?
FTC Urged To Ban 'Surveillance Advertising'
A Year After Anti-Semitic Comments, Two Hosts Have New Talk Shows
Right-Wing Advocacy Group Urges Supreme Court To Nix Texas Billboard Restrictions
Why Is Willful Ignorance More Dangerous Now?
Ad Industry Says $1 Billion For FTC Should Be Accompanied By National Privacy Law
Researcher To Urge Congress To Require Full Advertising Transparency From Platforms
IPG Urges Ad Community To Pressure Platforms That Enable Misinformation
YouTube Clamps Down On Anti-Vax Videos
YouTube's Crackdown On Anti-Vaxxers Highlights Brand-Safety Worries
Loss Of Newspapers Leads To Waning Interest In Local Politics
Local TV Ad Revenues To Hit $21B In 2022
Forecast: Traditional TV Sees No Big Ad Gains In 2022, But CTV Rises
'Tacoma Weekly' Fined For Allegedly Selling Election Coverage As Part Of Ad Package
Bud Cans Support Veterans Day in U.S., Fight Climate Change in U.K.
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, Sept. 24, 2021
Facebook Now Using News Feed As Part Of Aggressive Image-Reshaping Push: Report
Why Political Activism Will Be The New Brand Purpose
Confronting The Hypocrisy Of Advertising On Instagram And Facebook
Facebook Sharpens Focus On Safety, Security To Address 'WSJ' Allegations, Launches Consumer Products
Facebook Oversight Board To Review Alleged Whitelisting Of High-Profile Users
Senator Blumenthal Still Aiming For Bipartisan Privacy Bill
FTC Urged To Pass Privacy Rules, Require Companies To Obtain Consumers' Consent
NewsGuard Begins Rating Veracity Of YouTube News Content, Zefr First To License It
With Uterus-Shaped Vending Machine, The Pill Club Sends A Message
New York Times 'Trust Is' Campaign Ads Run On TikTok
Texas Curbs On Billboards Violate First Amendment, Companies Tell Supreme Court
Facebook's Feeble News Feed Guidelines Target Low-Quality Content
New Campaign Targets Groups Hesitant About COVID-19 Vaccines
Tech Groups Sues Texas Over Law Banning 'Censorship' By Social Media Platforms
Court Sides Against Facebook In Battle Over News Anchor Karen Hepp's Photo
Google Seeks To Settle EU's Latest Advertising Antitrust Probe
Facebook Hit With Defamation Suit Over Fact-Checks
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021
An 'MRC' For Disinformation
Ad Industry Defends 'Inaccurately Maligned' Targeting
Biden Taps Privacy Expert Bedoya For FTC
Teaching, Preaching And Screeching: What's Wrong With Vaccine Messaging
Targeting Ads To The Unvaccinated Becomes An Art
Havas Takes The Pledge, Vows To Throw Support Behind 'Protect Our Press'
Appeals Court Weighs California Net Neutrality Law
Juul's Fate Uncertain As FDA Rejects Nearly 1 Million Vape Products
Marketer Optimism Hits Highest Point Since 2015, Delta Variant Signals New Crash
Nike's 'You Can't Stop Us' From W+K Wins Outstanding Commercial Emmy
Proposed Legislation Favors Union-Made EVs
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, Sept. 8, 2021
All The COVID News That's Unfit To Print: 519 And Counting
FCC Revisists Broadband Competition In Apartment Buildings
Locast Claimed To Offer A 'Public Service,' But A Judge Disagreed
Public Trust In Media Declines Amid Wider Partisan Divide
Why A College Athlete Ruling Is A Slam Dunk For Influencer Marketing
Face-Mask Critic Sues Twitter, Facebook, Biden, Surgeon General Over Account Suspensions
Apple Delays iPhone Scanning Plan
Apple Must Face Privacy Claims Over Siri