EU/UK (17)

Authorities Move Against Franklin Graham Promos After LGBT Backlash

The marketing campaign for Rev. Franklin Graham's “Time for Hope' Festival” is facing tough opposition from the British town of Blackpool's transportation authority after increasing pressure from LGBT groups and on social media. So reports CBN News.


German Ad Campaign 'Highlighting' Remarkable Women Draws Worldwide Praise

A marketing series from DDB Group Düsseldorf won high praise at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity and, as such, has seen English translations of the advertisements spread through social media platforms. So reports Adweek.


Gambling Ad Ban Has Italian Soccer League Worried

Italy’s Serie A soccer league expressed concerns about a new ban on advertising from betting companies. So reports Euronews


Google Delays Joining Ad Consortium Aimed At GDPR Compliance

Google will wait until August to join a consortium of advertising technology companies seeking to comply with Europe's new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). So reports ChannelNewsAsia.


Cyber-Criminals Could Use GDPR to Data Flood Businesses: Expert

Organizations not properly prepared may be at risk from cyber-attacks aimed at flooding companies with GDPR requests. So reports Silicon Republic.


European Ad Market Doubled Since 2012

Advertising across Europe has doubled since 2012, according to new figures from IAB Europe. So reports Exchange Wire.


ePrivacy Regs Will Kill Innovation: Lobbyists

In the wake of Europe's new, broad privacy rule, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDRP), lobbyists are fighting against a second set of "ePrivacy" rules recently proposed by lawmakers. So reports Business Insider.


'Human Link' in Cybersecurity Chain Vulnerable As GDPR Approaches

The UK's Information Commissioner's Office has seen a 17% uptick in reported security breaches as the deadline for General Data Protection Regulation compliance approaches. So reports BetaNews.


Google Bans Rehab Ads in the U.K. After Purported Deception

After apparently using deceptive tactics, the referral company Addiction Helper has prompted Google to ban ads on rehab searches in the United Kingdom. So reports The Verge.


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