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The ad blocking wars heat up : Telecoms who own "the road" to the internet threaten Google & Yahoo

Ad blocking, the escalating war between consumers and publishers and ad networks in blocking and denying those blocks have really begun to shake the industry to the core. Publishers have tried varying tactics to keep readers & income.

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NABS Appoints Karen Blackett OBE as President

NABS, the advertising and media industry’s support organisation, has appointed MediaCom chairwoman Karen Blackett OBE as its new president.

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Twitter will train prosecutors in England and Wales to combat online abuse

The Guardian reports that twitter will train prosecutors in England and Wales "to better fight online abuse".

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The billboard is watching you: Clear Channel Outdoor Americas can see you

Clear Channel Outdoor Americas will announce on Monday that they have partnered with several companies, including AT&T, to track people’s travel patterns and behaviors through their mobile phones.

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Snapchat exposes employee payroll due to malware link & hospitals pay ransomware to get their data back

Ransomware is making a big comeback recently, with entire hospitals in Los Angeles being held hostage and having to pay $17,000 in bitcoin to get their data back, see

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You are patient zero in Ubisoft's "Collapse" experience.

Collapse is a project BETC created for Ubisoft's new game: Tom Clancy's The Division. In the experience, you are patient zero.

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TIDAL sued over copyright infringement, royalty issues

Back when TIDAL came out, Jay Z claimed the site would be artists first and pay the best rates of any streaming service. Despite the 75% going to artists claim, some artists are alleging this is not the case at all.

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Hey juniors, want some feedback from a CD? You're in luck.

Junior creatives have it hard. Most of us remember being just out of portfolio school and knockin' on doors literally or metaphorically.

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