Case Files

Data blunders: From cyber crime to socia...

It’s time to wise up online says agency MD Rick Guttridge as he peruses some of the latest dark digital happenings, from Facebook dismissals to Twitter crimes.

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The Blagger's Blog 18th January 201...

Horsemeat burgers, a brand new independent London magazine, and mystery packages delivered to journalists make up our media week. And probably yours too.

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The Blagger's Blog 11th December 20...

MPs call for just under 1/3 pay rise (in secret), eBay style bidding begins on Caribbean holidays, a kidney ends up in UK fried ‘chicken’, plus more media news.

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The Blagger's Blog 4th January 2013

Google cleared of biasing results, eBay inundated with PR friendly unwanted Christmas pressies, Aurora victim families suffer Cinemark’s insensitive marketing.

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The Blagger's Blog 21st December 20...

The last media roundup of 2012 sees Facebook sell our memories, an American school m’am teach us about Christmas, and Wallace and Gromit Googling, of course.

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The Blagger's Blog 30th November 20...

David Cameron and Leveson, Cyril Smith drags politics through the mud, dates for the diary, news predictions, oh, and Smoking Gun’s weighty CIPR awards yield.

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The Blagger's Blog 16th November 20...

Schofield and Newsnight, what the UK newspapers said, defecate on Boris Johnson’s patch for World Toilet Day, news predictions, and media dates for the diary.

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Image is nothing without sincerity

Starbucks sells ethical coffee, and writes our name in froth. It also owes the UK millions in tax, which is bad for brand perception and far from Fair Trade.

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Simply unmissable 10

How many people in Western Europe are now online? What’s it like to be a dog for a day? What’s wrong with cabaret, these questions and more answered here, finally.

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