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Blog entry
31/07/2014
The IAB’s Regulatory Affairs Manager, Yves Schwarzbart takes a look at the changing political landscape and what it means for the digital advertising industry.
Blog entry
30/07/2014
Guy Phillipson, CEO of the IAB UK, outlines why there's much to look forward to as the trade body reveals more details of the UK Digital Upfronts initiative.
Blog entry
30/07/2014
Stuart Aitken, the IAB's editorial manager, explains what he learned from helping Unicef's social media team during the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
News item
30/07/2014
British mobile phone users may have been focusing on getting in shape and finding love this summer, as fitness and dating solutions were among the most popular apps downloaded in the UK in June.
News item
30/07/2014
Facebook has confirmed that from now on users who wish to chat with friends on the social network via mobile will have to use its dedicated Messenger app.
Blog entry
29/07/2014
Joy Dean, head of partnerships at Widespace, explains why advertisers are needing to adapt their campaigns for the mobile needs of their customers.
News item
29/07/2014
Many of the UK's leading companies may need to improve their social media service activities, as new research has shown few firms take the time to respond to tweets from customers.
Press release
29/07/2014
The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) at the City of London Police has begun replacing advertising on copyright infringing websites with official force banners, warning the user that the site is currently under criminal investigation.
News item
28/07/2014
It may be many months until the festive season, but businesses need to be gearing up their Christmas campaigns now, as shopping for the holiday period is set to begin as early as next month for many people.
News item
25/07/2014
The majority of young people do not mind sharing data with brands and have little concern over how much information they provide.

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