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Asia-Pacific Marketing Wrap

Optus extends SBS World Cup simulcasts for the rest of the tournament,

Cricket Australia makes the best of its ‘bittersweet’ Foxtel digital deal,

Australians distrust Facebook and social media while retaining faith in the ABC, claims survey,

Overheard in a Sydney bar: ‘If the feed goes down, we’re going to need to get out of here, fast!’,

Madame Tussauds Sydney celebrates arrival of Justice League experience with new TV campaign,

The Glue Society creates Celebrity Podcast Tours for the Art Gallery of NSW's Archibald Prize,

Global Marketing Wrap

3 Lessons From Cannes on How Tech Can Improve the Industry,

For Its First Push Into IGTV, Bacardi Is Helping Fans Create a Music Video in Real Time,

‘Everyone is breaking the law right now’: GDPR compliance efforts are falling short,

Kroger Will Use Autonomous Vehicles for Grocery Delivery,

10 ProPublica Stories That Sparked Change, One for Every Year It’s Been In Business,

How Food Network, HGTV and other Discovery properties are making short-form video work,

Clorox Is Leaning Into Influencer Marketing and In-House Creative to Better Connect With Consumers,

Lego eyes Amazon for a larger slice of retail search budget,

With debit card, Venmo eyes retail partnerships as path to monetization,

Social Media Wrap

Facebook lifts crypto ban amid rumours of Coinbase acquisition,

Facebook seeks patent on tech that turns on your smartphone microphone,

Yet another massive Facebook fail: Quiz app leaked data on ~120M users for years,

Instagram Lite quietly launches to find a billion more users abroad,

A look at Facebook's struggle with differentiating between legitimate political campaigns and disinformation ahead of the Mexican election next week,

Survey of 4,594 US adults: 72% say it's likely social media firms censor opposing political views; 43% say firms support liberal views over conservative views,

Study calls out ‘dark patterns’ in Facebook and Google that push users towards less privacy,

China’s social credit system ‘could interfere in other nations’ sovereignty’,

Instagram Stories now lets its 400M users add soundtracks,

All In

How to Make Everything Ourselves: Open Modular Hardware,

Mathematician-M.D. solves one of the greatest open problems,

Myrtis Dightman, the Jackie Robinson of Rodeo,

How Tree Trunks Are Cut to Produce Wood with Different Appearances and Uses,

Sources: Amazon acquired PillPack in a deal valued at just under $1B; PillPack had been in acquisition talks with Walmart, which was outbid by Amazon,

This clever case pops open to protect your phone when you drop it,

Switzerland's mysterious fourth language,

Google invests $22M in feature phone operating system KaiOS,

Tech Tip: Explore the Great Indoors,

Apple, Samsung Declare Peace,