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What happens when ads don't prove what you want them to?

BETC created a fake Instagram account featuring an it girl Louise Delage who was going all over Europe, having fun with drink in hand. Or bottle.


Facebook got caught lying to advertisers again.

It wasn't so long ago we wrote that Digital Paid Media is a fraud. In Heineken's case, they discovered only 20% of their ad impressions were seen by actual humans. The majority of views were generated by software.


Dentsu Lab creates generative film for Brian Eno's latest album

Dentsu Lab Tokyo are one of the luckiest agencies in the world. They got to create a project for Brian Eno's most recent album, The Ship that explores whether machine intelligence (MI) can acquire the creativity that is innate to human beings.


AdBlock acceptable ads platform is - wait for it - blocked!

Yesterday The Wall Street Journal reported that both Google and AppNexus would work with Adblock Plus to sell those ads;


Nils Leonard and other top creatives get creamed in the face for Cream #InYourFace

The Cream 2016 Private View event, which takes place tomorrow (15th of September) at Ogilvy & Mather London has some cheeky videos promoting it.


Pepe The Frog may decide the US election

This US election has been very interesting from an advertising/communications perspective.