Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for June 2022
Marketing Politics Weekly - Tuesday, June 28, 2022
How Theocrats Became The Grand New Party
Search Shops Align For Abortion Rights, Legal Ramifications Unclear
New York Grand Jury Subpoenas Buyer Of Trump's Truth Social App
Republican Senators Warn Of TikTok's 'Serious Security Risks'
A Political Ad With Little Messaging -- Who Is Holding Back Technology?
House Committee Moves To Protect Local Broadcasters Running Cannabis Ads From FCC Penalties
Havas New York Pride Activation Raises Awareness Of Proposed Laws Targeting Gay Rights
SCOTUS Rejects Church's Request To Reconsider Libel Standard
Supreme Court Decides Not To Revisit Libel Standards -- For Now
Data Privacy Deadly Serious Now, Says Cory Booker
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, June 24, 2022
SCOTUS Reversals Ultimately Up To Voters, As Well As Ye Old American Media
Roe V. Wade Decision To Change The Way Marketers Advertise
Judge: Dominion Voting Can Sue Fox Corp, As Well As Fox News, For Defamation
Senators Question Mental Health Apps Over Data Policies
House Panel Advances Opt-In Privacy Bill
Twitter User Who Mocked Billionaire Can Remain Anonymous, Judge Rules
Appeals Court To Decide Whether Meta Must Face Class-Action Over Metrics
NAI Issues New Standards For Location Analytics Companies
GroupM To Publish Industry Standard For Media Decarbonization, Plans To Make Buys Based On It
Facebook Users Want Appellate Court To Revive Battle Over Scam Ads
Privacy Watchdog To 'Strictly Enforce' Opt-In Consent Requirements In 2023
'Revenge Spending' And The Groundswell Of Inflationaires
Marketing Politics Weekly - Tuesday, June 14, 2022
Why Most Journalists Would Do It All Over Again -- And Why They're Concerned About Our Future
Children's Advocates Press Lawmakers To Restrict Social Platforms
Jan. 6 Hearings Pull 20M Prime-Time Viewers, Major Advertisers
As Transphobia Intensifies, Pride Poses More Risks To Brands
Is Fox News Really A News Organization?
Google To Reportedly Let Ad Rivals Place YouTube Ads In EU Antitrust Probe
Hearst Interview Series Timed To Juneteenth Features Leading Black Thought Leaders
Marketing Politics Weekly - Friday, June 10, 2022
Political Ads Miss As Much As 40% Of Voters Due To Traditional Buying Strategies
Cancel Culture Campaign Equates It With 'Totalitarianism'
Hannity's 'Playbook'
'Cancel Culture:' Dems Are From Accountability, Reps Are From Punishment
Hypothesis: TV Has Role To Play In Nation's Cult Of Violence
Ad Industry Blasts Federal Opt-In Privacy Proposal
Ad-Supported EV Charging Station Pledges 'Underserved Community' Deployment
Digital Addiction Is Real And Getting Worse: A&E Docuseries
Anti-Vaxxers Continue Battle With Senator Warren Over COVID-19 Book
Brand Wanted To 'Do Something Sustainable,' So It Recycled Billboards Into Something Useful
How The War In Ukraine Has Changed The Country's Digital Marketing Sector
'Torrents' Campaign Aims To Tell Russians What's Really Going On In Ukraine
Reflections On Journalism During 50th Anniversary Of Watergate
California Agency Proposes Broad Privacy Rules
ANA Urges California Privacy Agency To Revamp Proposed Rules
SCOTUS Asks Biden Administration To Weigh In On Facebook Fight With Spyware Company
Emerging Countries Show Most Enthusiasm For Metaverse
How Brands Can Show Pride
Brands Showing Gay Couples Face Perils
Twitter To Provide Musk With Raw Tweet Data
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, June 1, 2022
From Scripts To Scripps: America's New 'Gentleman's Agreement'
Supreme Court Blocks Texas Social Media Law, For Now Sees Surge In Traffic, Albeit For A Fundraising Site
How Much Does Gun Advertising Contribute To All The Killing?
Google Bans Training For Deepfakes In Colab, Distancing Project From Porn
Google Rejects Claim Gmail Filters Are Biased After Research Emerges
Anti-Vaxxer Urges Court To Revive Claims Against Twitter, Biden
Texas AG And Twitter Continue Feud Over Trump Ban