Lobby group GetUp! removes their election ad which depicted Tony Abbott as a surf lifesaver refusing to help a drowning swimmer, apologising for the insensitive timing of the video just after seven drowning across the country.
The early days of the 2019 campaign give us a glimpse of things to come, as the parties use Facebook's tailored ad service to narrowcast their messages.
An advertisement launched by Respect Victoria has been designed to unsettle and urge bystanders who witness sexual harassment on public transport to "call it out".
Burger King asks a New Zealand franchisee to take down a promotional video showing customers trying to eat burgers with chopsticks after it sparks a huge online outcry and demands for an apology.
For weeks, Australians have been waiting to find out what date they'll be heading to the polls but until that date is set, expect to see a whole lot of Government ads promoting Coalition promises.
The EU's regulatory body, the European Commission, fines Google a third time for disadvantaging competitors on its search engine but notes that the company is learning from its mistakes.
A network of popular Facebook pages that have built large audiences catering to Australians agitated over hot button issues is under the control of trolls and scammers from the Balkans, an ABC investigation reveals.
The group behind the brand says it deserves government backing for "tirelessly" promoting the Territory, but the official position is that the brand crosses the line.
Popular but controversial Northern Territory guerrilla tourism brand "CU in the NT" is banned from sale at two of the region's most iconic markets after a council vote.
Documents obtained by 7:30 reveal Australia’s largest online bookie pumped nearly half a billion dollars into marketing and promotion in less than six years. Here's who got paid and how much.