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Asia-Pacific Marketing Wrap

Australian brand launches first Japanese medicinal cannabis campaign, mumbrella.com.au

How Ten and ABC turned the Roseanne tweet fiasco into a reputational win, mumbrella.com.au

Balding men share their ‘turning points’ in latest campaign for Ashley & Martin, mumbrella.com.au

Ten Signs Deal With HT&E’s Gfinity To Broadcast Esports, bandt.com.au

Display, mobile and video advertising drive 2018 online ad spending, IAB finds, mumbrella.com.au

Snooze encourages Aussies to 'create your comfortable' in new campaign via Whippet, campaignbrief.com

Global Marketing Wrap

Amazon Is Driving Around a Jurassic-Sized Box, and You Can Ask Alexa What’s Inside, adweek.com

This Startup Is Using Facial Recognition to Fight Human Trafficking, adweek.com

‘Big agencies are more mechanical’: Why Popchips is trading its big agency for a small one, digiday.com

The Internet Created a GDPR-Inspired Meme Using Privacy Policies, adweek.com

News is helping drive BuzzFeed’s Hollywood ambitions, digiday.com

ABC Is Considering a Roseanne Replacement—Without Roseanne Barr, adweek.com

IAB Europe plans independent board to govern GDPR framework, digiday.com

Nike Recounts the Story of LeBron James’ ‘Chosen 1’ Tattoo Ahead of His 9th NBA Finals Appearance, adweek.com

20 Takeaways From Mary Meeker’s 2018 Internet Trends Report, adweek.com

The Rundown: Martin Sorrell’s new path is littered with obstacles, digiday.com

Social Media Wrap

Roseanne Barr, Back on Twitter, Has More to Say, nytimes.com

Job Ads You Can’t See on Facebook If You’re Older, propublica.org

Here's why Twitter's locking people out of their accounts, mashable.com

Teens are breaking up with Facebook faster than we thought, mashable.com

CSS Is So Overpowered It Can Deanonymize Facebook Users, bleepingcomputer.com

Instagram runs problematic ads but avoids scrutiny, digiday.com

Building a Better Brand Through Data-Driven Social Visuals, adweek.com

A New Study Found That Teens Use YouTube the Most, Snapchat the Most Often, adweek.com

Snapchat now wants to woo advertisers in “poor” India, qz.com

Instagram has killed the art of lifestyle blogging, qz.com

All In

Opening Lines of Romeo and Juliet Recited in the Accent of Shakespeare’s Time, laughingsquid.com

TIME’s Latest Cover Photo Is a Drone Photo of 958 Drones, petapixel.com

Scientists find 'friendliness' genes that distinguish dogs from wolves, latimes.com

Google admits those infamous brainteasers were completely useless for hiring, qz.com

Why America Is the World’s First Poor Rich Country, eand.co

Police Drone and Jet had "near-miss" in Excess of 500MPH, bbc.co.uk

In the World of Cryptocurrency, Even Good Projects Can Go Bad, nytimes.com

An Advocacy Group for Startups Is Funded by Google and Run by Ex-Googlers, theintercept.com

Predicting Stock Performance with Natural Language Deep Learning, microsoft.com

Telegram App Says Apple Is Blocking Updates Over Dispute With Russia, nytimes.com

Vermont will pay you $10,000 to move there and work remotely, qz.com

Neighborhood Goods raises $5.75M to reinvent the department store, techcrunch.com