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Marketing Wrap

One of the Best Holiday Ads in Years Just Kicked Off Christmas Season, adweek.com

Why One Ikea Location Suddenly Has Quotes Around Its Name, adweek.com

Tina Fey takes the driver’s seat in Allstate’s new Mayhem spots, adage.com

Why The Washington Post is looking more like a tech company every day, adage.com

Most agency jobs will be automated by 2030, Forrester predicts, adage.com

NYC Marathon Runners Have a New, Natural Way to Cool Off, adweek.com

Target’s Holiday Campaign Features a Cast of 125 in Nearly 100 Scenes, adweek.com

The Lyrics to ‘I Will Survive’ Become Powerful Words of Defiance in This Cancer PSA, adweek.com

The Bigger the Waves in Hawaii, the Lower the Alaska Airlines Fares, adweek.com

Why Future has turned into a media consolidator, digiday.com

Social Media Wrap

Facebook says it will not fact-check ads by UK political parties and candidates running in December election, but will fact-check political groups like Leave.EU, cnn.com

Trump has integrated Twitter into the very fabric of his administration, and, via more than 11,000 tweets, has reshaped the presidency, nytimes.com

How key Republicans inside Facebook are shifting its politics to the right, theguardian.com

Investigation finds domestic workers in Kuwait are bought and sold online through Instagram, promoted via hashtags, and other apps on Play Store and App Store, bbc.co.uk

Facebook's 'free speech' claims don't work when democracy is crumbling | Julia Carrie Wong, theguardian.com

Zuckerberg's View of Speech on Facebook Is Stuck in 2004, wired.com

Twitter’s political ads ban is a distraction from the real problem with platforms, techcrunch.com

Pinterest's Evan Sharp is building a kinder social network, sidebar.io

Tech platforms like Facebook and Twitter cool interest in broadcasting live sports, digiday.com

All In

US debt surpasses $23T for first time, thehill.com

Deep Sleep May Help the Brain Clear Alzheimer's Toxins, npr.org

'Alarming' loss of insects and spiders recorded, bbc.com

Kids Who Get Driven Everywhere Don't Know Where They're Going, citylab.com

Engineer Says Software Firm Cut Her Maternity Leave Short After Her Baby Died, vice.com

You May Have to Wait to Borrow a New E-Book from the Library, npr.org

Google releases patch for a Chrome zero-day vulnerability being used in the wild that allows hackers to escape sandbox protections via malicious websites, thehackernews.com

Illegal drones ground water-dropping helicopters in Maria fire, latimes.com

The Money Farmers: How Oligarchs and Populists Milk the E.U. For Millions, nytimes.com

Microsoft Japan’s 3-Day Weekend Boosts Worker Productivity by 40%, soranews24.com

TikTok Said to Be Under National Security Review, nytimes.com