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Tired of no-no Olympic words? Try The #RioCorrector and help a good cause.

Every four years, official sponsors of the Olympic games proudly tout their association, while the rest of the world's brands are forbidden to even say the word "gold," not to mention a host of other words, too.

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Dominos accused of "rape culture" for "no is the new yes" line.

Since the decline of cinemas, a lot of projectors seem to have found a new calling in life. On Twitter, Laura Dravland a photographer residing in Montreal remarked on the Dominos Pizza box packaging, hashtagging the headline #rapeculture, and the tweet quickly went viral.

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Banjo, Sydney ad agency, apologises for alleged 'racial' incident

"What is it with advertising agencies this week?" asks Twitter down under as the news spread that Banjo Advertising had said to a candidate at an interview that "the client might be alarmed that there's three brown people o the account".

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Op-ed: Twitter banned Milo to stay attractive to film studio advertisers

Twitter banned notoriously controversial journalist Milo Yiannopolous from their service all together the other day, and the entire internet exploded.

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The Transport Accident Commission wants you to meet Graham

The Transport Accident Commission in Victoria, Australia, has collaborated with a leading trauma surgeon, a crash investigation expert and world-renowned Melbourne artist Patricia Piccinini to produce Graham.

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