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15.02.18

Highfield: Local Papers Will Close Under Lords DP Bill Clauses

Johnston Press chief executive Ashley Highfield has warned that local newspapers will close if MPs do not overturn the Section 40-style clause in the Data Protection Bill when it comes before the House of Commons.   Writing in the...

15.02.18

Mosley Data Protection Challenge Highlights Press Freedom Threat

Publishers would be forced to pay full costs of data protection claims - such as that threatened against several national newspaper publishers by Max Mosley - whether or not they successfully defend the action in court, if anti-press clauses in...

15.02.18

New Guidelines From CAP On Gambling Advertising

CAP has released revised standards on gambling advertising, which focus on ads that appeal to problem gamblers with free bets and bonuses.  It covers what needs to be included in all advertising which promotes free bets or bonuses.&nbs...

15.02.18

Unilever Latest Advertiser To Issue Warning To Tech Giants

Unilever’s chief marketing officer Keith Weed has become the latest senior marketer to warn the tech giants to take action on transparency, fake news and “toxic content directed at children” before “viewers stop viewing...

08.02.18

Newspapers Celebrate Women's Vote Centenary

Newspapers across the UK celebrated the 100 year anniversary on Tuesday of women securing the right to vote. Coverage included celebrating women's successes and achievements, and remembering suffrage movement efforts and initiatives from th...