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London gets more Out Of Home - But will it be effective?

It's not every day you get a press release about the development of media space - but this isn't your run-of-the-mill high street billboard.

Fallon rebrands website: now looks like 90's internet garlic pizza nightmare

What on earth happened to Fallon's website? It has gotten the retro-but-in-a-ironic way refresh, where blinking gif balloons show you the way to the group planning director, and the work slides on a weird grey background that makes me dizzier than oculus rift.

TMZ latest site hit by malware banner ads - Angler exploit kit poisons visitors

TMZ have been serving the Angler exploit kit to its 30 million monthly visitors.

Paid for advertorial content is indexed by "Google News" as news

There's a loophole in Googles search indexing that allows a publisher, who is approved and indexed by Google News, to have even their paid for advertorial content indexed as if it were news.

UK fashion brand makes the superlative emoji campaign

At what point did emojis jump the shark, ceasing to be clever or new? At what point did we, as consumers, get sick to death of brands turning up late at the party, shouting 'Hey, we brought emojis!' only to be greeted with a forlorn and disappointed shake of the head.

Faraday's FFZERO1 360 degree experience gives us a glimpse into the future.

Here's a 360 degree look at Faraday's FFZERO1 Concept Car that was unveiled at CES. The 100 percent electric car ha a smartphone integrated steering wheel, zero gravity driving station, driver molded design and more. It also does 200MPH and goes form 0-60 in less than three seconds.

If you are the brand, you will be boycotted

As a lot of readers know, Adland has been covering Gamergate and Atheism+ for a while now, and by "Adland" I mean Dabitch because none of the other contributors, myself included have any skin in the game.

Clickjacking, ransomware and the circle of trust in banner ad networks - can Optimal save us?

Malwarebytes has two worrying articles about banner ads malware recently, first they found a malvertising campaign via pop-under

Forbes.com serves malware if you disable your adblocker

Many web publications have decided to ask readers kindly to disable ad blockers if you visit their site with adblock on.

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