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Facebook Receives 173,592 Government Requests for User Data in 1H 2020

Facebook Thursday released its biannual Transparency Report for the first half of 2020, which also included its Community Standards Enforcement Report. Vice president and deputy

How 3 Sports Leagues Leaned Into Brand Purpose More Than Ever This Year

Brand purpose has long been a focus of marketers who want their brands to stand for something bigger than the products or services they sell.

More Than 800 Creatives Are Coming Together to Help Democrats Win Georgia’s Senate Races

With the dust barely settled on the presidential election, politically-minded ad industry creatives are already turning their attention to two runoff Senate races in Georgia

As Ad Dollars Flow into CTV, Brand Safety Considerations Follow

More nuanced brand safety tools are coming to connected television, a growing medium facing challenges of transparency and ad fraud. Brands have become increasingly concerned

For Denny’s, Driving Around America to Feed Veterans Is a Trip Back to Its Founding Purpose

If you open the menu at any Denny's and flip to the sandwich section, you'll see an item called The Super Bird. It's a hefty

How Esports Showed Up as Dependable Entertainment in 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic drastically changed how traditional sports leagues played games and engaged fans this year. But esports is one of few industries that successfully

To Compete Online, Walgreens Overhauls Its App and Loyalty Program

Pharmacy chain Walgreens is introducing a more robust loyalty program called myWalgreens today, part of a thorough overhaul including a fully redesigned mobile app, the

How Visa Pivoted Its Marketing When the Tokyo Olympics Were Postponed

One outcome of the coronavirus pandemic is that two Olympic games will now occur within just months of each other. The International Olympic Committee's postponement

BuzzFeed Is Acquiring HuffPost in a Broader Partnership Deal With Verizon Media

BuzzFeed will acquire HuffPost from Verizon Media, the two companies said today in a joint statement. BuzzFeed CEO and founder Jonah Peretti, who also co-founded

Are Consumers Ready for Facial Technology? Amazon Bets On It With Smart Glasses

The public version of Amazon's Echo Frames, smart glasses with hands-free access to virtual assistants Alexa, Google Assistant and Siri, is now available for pre-order