Stepping up its relentless campaign against casual misogyny, the Everyday Sexism Project, which documents “everyday experiences of sexism to prove how bad the problem is and create solidarity”, is taking on one of the world’s most prolific companies in its bid to tackle gender-based discrimination.
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vision: Charity uses optical illusion to deliver hidden message to children to report abuse
Tuesday 07 May 2013
A charity in Spain has revealed an advert that uses an optical illusion to deliver a hidden message to passing children, encouraging them to report potential abuse.
Monday 29 April 2013
The channel, which launches tomorrow, will deliver 'extreme' reality TV audiences this side of the pond
Saturday 06 April 2013
Lunch with an advertising executive on Tuesday persuaded me that all was mostly well in the land of black rollnecks.
Thursday 14 March 2013
The service is being shut down, with Google giving users just over three months to set up their RSS feeds elsewhere
Tuesday 05 March 2013
Advertising has crept into everyday life so subtly that we now forget to be outraged - this is a case of corporate identity replacing female identity
Wednesday 20 February 2013
Investing in online and making television shows for other broadcasters is helping STV, the Scottish version of ITV, to grow at a time when the traditional ad market is set to stay flat over the medium term.
Wednesday 23 January 2013
Google cheered investors with news of better than expected earnings last night, with the Californian search giant reporting signs of stability in its advertising rates.
Thursday 17 January 2013
Hopes that the UK economy might avoid a triple-dip recession have received a boost as a survey showed marketing spend grew at its fastest rate for over a year, despite the tough economy.
Sunday 30 December 2012
Those loveable meerkats have beaten Vinny Jones...in the race to the most liked advert of 2012.
Friday 21 December 2012
Someone said that the challenge for China is that it will grow old before it grows rich. The long-term consequence of the one-child policy is that the proportion of young people in the economy will soon shrink significantly, meaning the country has a far bigger problem supporting its soon-to-be-retired than we do.
Friday 21 December 2012
The social networking site has introduced the fee in as trial which it insists is only for a "small number of people" and is initially being tested just in the US
Thursday 20 December 2012
The advertising giant has had an almighty bust-up with the broadcaster
Wednesday 19 December 2012
God, it's annoying about Instagram. You pay them that monthly fee and then take all those brilliant photos of pieces of cheese and share them with your friends, and then, yesterday, you get hit with it: they're going to sell your pictures on to advertisers without giving you a penny or asking your permission. The cheek of it is astounding. The worst of it is: you can't escape. Once you're an Instagram user, there is simply no way to protect yourself from this cynical, greedy move by Facebook, a company that used only to be interested in making the world better through social networking.
Tuesday 18 December 2012
There is in fact no such thing as a fundamental human right to awesome retro filters on Instagram. Surprising, I know
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