From New Media Age
- Lord Stephen Carter admits Digital Britain report overlooked consumer issues
Lord Stephen Carter has acknowledged a lack of content about consumer issues such as privacy, internet neutrality and behavioural targeting within January's interim Digital Britain report
- BBC appoints first online access champion
The BBC has appointed its first online access champion in a bid to get more people to use its online services
- Pirate Bay founders receive jail sentence
A Swedish court has ruled the founders behind file sharing site The Pirate Bay guilty of assisting copyright infringement
From Marketing Direct
- Peter Scott leaves Engine
Peter Scott, the vice chairman of Engine Group, the owner of ad agency WCRS and digital agency Jam, is leaving the company.
- Lévy: Sapient deal will deliver 'unmatched reach and scale'
Publicis Groupe's $3.7 billion (£2.3 billion) acquisition of Sapient will enable it to offer "profoundly transformational services through a model with unmatched reach, scale and opportunity", according to Maurice Lévy.
- Triumph launches Magic Wire bra with Twitter search for women's niggles
Triumph, the lingerie company, is launching a product called Magic Wire, backed by a campaign that invites women to share their routine irritations.
From The Telegraph
- Driving into the future (with the brakes on)
Vehicles will continue to become more connected and more automated, and we will increasingly manage our journeys through our smartphones, says Kevin McCullagh
- The cycling computer game spotting future sporting stars
The creator of a computer game allowing cyclists using stationary training bikes to race people around the world over the internet says that six 'professional teams' are ready to sign up its most promising players
- GTA 5's biggest mystery nearly solved - and no, it's not the jetpack
CVG are close to revealing the biggest mystery of GTA 5 on Xbox One and PS4, but they need some help