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First it was São Paulo and now even New York have spawned movements to replace or ban outdoor advertising. Are we entering the age of ad-free cities?
Online revenge has become a new battlefield where brands have to fight to protect their reputations.
Bitcoin, the digital coin with a questionable past, is gaining ground as a legitimate currency, trading at $32 a share last week.
French report classifies users of sites like Facebook and Google as unpaid laborers.
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Technology has made it easy for activists to protest brands through hacking or spoof ads.
New feature begs question, how much is your data worth to brands?