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
- 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.
- Havas confirms King's Cross move
Havas has confirmed it will be moving all of its London agencies into a single site in King's Cross, after signing a deal for 3 Pancras Square.
- Havas UK revenue climbs 22% in Q2
Havas has reported income before tax of ?94 million (£74.2 million) across the first half of the year, up 5.6 per cent year on year, as UK revenues surged almost 20 per cent in the same period.
From The Telegraph
- How good really is Mark Zuckerberg's Mandarin?
Malcolm Moore, who has struggled with the language for seven years in Beijing, explains how well the Facebook founder did
- Facebook will now let you post anonymously
'Rooms' is for people who want to discuss sensitive issues without using their real name, says Facebook
- Beyond tweets: Twitter aims for mobile domination
The days of Twitter as a mere social network are over, says Sophie Curtis. The company's new suite of developer tools hints at its ambition to become a platform for mobile services