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Marketing Wrap

Burger King Trolls President Trump, Plus How More Brands Are Responding to the Government Shutdown, adweek.com

Roku adds Infowars six months after other platforms ban channel, digiday.com

Gillette takes aim at toxic masculinity in new campaign, campaignlive.com

Infographic: Influencers Are Getting Brands More Sales Than Celebrities Are, adweek.com

Olay’s First Super Bowl Spot Aims to Empower Women in a Place That Often Disregards Them, adweek.com

Netflix Will Soon Cost You $1-$2 More Each Month, adweek.com

New, Nail-Biting NYT Ads Tell the Harrowing Details of the Staff’s International Investigations, adweek.com

Giant Grocery Stores Is Deploying Googly-Eyed Robots to Improve the Customer Experience, adweek.com

How the Financial Times is building brand loyalty among young readers, digiday.com

Ad blocking is still a ‘substantial threat to publisher revenue streams’, digiday.com

How Production Companies Are Taking a Bite Out of Agency Business, adweek.com

Bumble Confirms First Super Bowl Ad Starring Its New Global Advisor Serena Williams, adweek.com

Campbell’s Chicken Noodle Got Its Name From a Flubbed Radio Show Line, adweek.com

To compete with Amazon, Walmart and eBay are spending on logistics, digiday.com

The Fog of War: A major media company struggles to understand its own data, digiday.com

Social Media Wrap

Facebook to Invest $300m in Supporting Local News, facebook.com

Facebook launches its first U.S. podcast with a series focused entrepreneurship, techcrunch.com

Facebook wants you to hype events in Stories, mashable.com

Guillermo del Toro’s Twitter feed is the best free online film course, qz.com

Snapchat has a bad ad problem, but buyers aren’t fazed, digiday.com

Impact of social media on children faces fresh scrutiny, theguardian.com

The prince of punching up: why Stephen King rules Twitter, theguardian.com

An influencer’s failed “creativity workshop” tour is the Fyre Fest of Instagram, qz.com

Twitter Has Several Balls on the Court for the 2019 Australian Open, adweek.com

All In

China's Moon mission sees first seeds sprout, bbc.com

Africa by Toto to play on eternal loop 'down in Africa', bbc.com

District court judge rules that authorities don't have the right, even with a warrant, to force suspects to unlock devices via biometrics, similar to passwords, forbes.com

With 86% Drop, California’s Monarch Butterfly Population Hits Record Low, nytimes.com

Insect collapse, theguardian.com

Search for England’s Forgotten Footpaths, newyorker.com

EU Copyright Directive is a catastrophe for free expression and competition, eff.org

When Chinese hackers declared war on the rest of us, technologyreview.com

DuckDuckGo Is Now Using Apple Maps to Power Private Search Results, spreadprivacy.com

Train Your Brain Like a Memory Champion, nytimes.com

Netflix to raise prices by 13% to 18%, cnbc.com

U.S. proposes to allow drone operation at night, over people, reuters.com

Desalination Is Booming. But What About All That Toxic Brine?, wired.com

TikTok is giving China a video chat alternative to WeChat, techcrunch.com

Tumblr Opensources Kubernetes Utilities, tumblr.com