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One in five smartphone users choose adblocker

A New York Times Article today is bemoaning the fact that Google and Facebook, who have given you a free service in exchange for collecting all of your data, now find themselv

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Chinese detergent company apologise & blame media for over-amplification of 'racist' black man ad.

Shanghai Leishang Cosmetics, who created the washing powder ad that went viral, says "sorry” for harm caused by foreign media's "over-amplification" of ad.

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McDonald's hacks its hamburger menu for a good cause

National Hamburger Day is tomorrow, May 28th. McDonald’s Canada is celebrating by “hacking” the digital hamburger button, on websites.

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BlueRock Editorial expands: hires editors Jim Helton and J.P. Damboragian

New York-based creative editing company BlueRock is thrilled to announce the additions of accomplished editor Jim Helton and rising star J.P. Damboragian to its award-winning editorial roster.

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Judge Campbell denies Gawker's motion for new Hulk Hogan trial. Will not reduce $140m damages

Judge Campbell has denied Gawker's motion for a new trial, and will not reduce the $140m damages, so gawker will have to pay up. Or bankrupt. Whichever comes first.

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Flying Dog brewery wins freedom of speech lawsuit, establishes "1st Amendment Society" with money from damages

Anyone out there who likes beer and free speech may want to pick up a sixpack of Flying Dog Brewery's many different beers, and Anheuser-Busch might want to take note as this smaller brewery may have just out-MURICA!-ed their outrageously patrio

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