8th ads ban owes more to PR than interest in transparency

8th ads ban owes more to PR than interest in transparency
Facebook ads ban raises questions about regulation of referendums. Pic: Getty

The bigger question raised by Google and Facebook centres on the notion that we can run any referendum free of the influence of organisations or individuals outside the state

Nowhere is modern advertising more relentless than online. Either popping up, sliding in, embedded or haunting our mailbox and our social media platforms, advertisers are omnipresent and apparently omnipotent.

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