The trend for using long-dead actresses to front campaigns aimed at female consumers is at best tasteless and at worst insidious.
The Christmas advert contest has had an unexpectedly emotional new entrant.
Keyword advertising strikes again.
It's a lot easier to stop advertisers tracking your browsing habits online than it is to stop people sniffing out your smartphone's location.
Targeting gender marketing in toys is a worthy battle. Children like my son know what pinkness and blueness mean, and they fear a life without the correct marker.
"They said the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) stated that a pussy was 'a cat, particularly a kitten' and that was the correct meaning of the word. . . They said the inspiration for the product and white can design was a gorgeous white pussycat owned by a
Capital will never stop exploiting new terrain, even if that means colonising our children's innocence.
At a crude level, marketeers and advertisers will only produce such guff because enough of us indulge their campaigns with our custom. It's more troubling when companies start prescribing gender roles to infants.
ASA releases list of most complained about adverts.
A senior journalism lecturer complained after Express owner Richard Desmond's health lottery was adv