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UK consumer group reveals junk food companies' misleading ad tactics

https://www.naturalnews.com/021204_junk_food_marketing.html

A new report by UK consumer group Which? ... The researchers found that the most popular marketing tactic, "viral marketing," uses the internet to encourage children to email branded messages to each other. "...

Budweiser to skip Super Bowl ad this year, will instead promote coronavirus vaccines

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-01-29-budweiser-skip-superbowl-ad-promote-coronavirus-vaccines.html

There’s a risk associated with messages that are potentially too light. … At the same time, there’s risk associated with doing anything too somber.” ... Sources for this article include: ZeroHedge.com NaturalNews.com Previous :Peruvian court rules that Bill Gates, George Soros and Rockefeller family “created” coronavirus pandemic - More news on ads Budweiser to skip Super Bowl ad this year, will instead promote coronavirus vaccines Brighteon.com now exploding in popularity, but ...

If 'Facebook is private' why are they feeding private messages of its users directly to the FBI?

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-01-25-facebook-feeding-private-messages-directly-to-fbi.html

If ‘Facebook is private’ why are they feeding private messages of its users directly to the FBI? ... They are now willfully handing over private messages of Trump supporters who talked about the events at the capitol on January 6. "...

More states joining antitrust lawsuit against Google over rigged ad business

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-03-19-antitrust-lawsuit-google-ad-business.html

More states joining antitrust lawsuit against Google over rigged ad business Friday, March 19, 2021 by: Cassie B. ... The revised complaint also mentions how Google was able to view messages from Facebook’s WhatsApp service that users had backed up using Google’s cloud storage system, Drive. "...

Sprite transgender ad proves there is a war on children’s hearts, minds and bodies

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-11-29-sprite-transgender-ad-war-on-for-children.html

Teenagers are already greatly influenced by the myriad messages they are bombarded with daily over social media. ... Someone please explain the ethical difference between an ad that promotes breast binding and an ad that promotes anorexia. "...

CBS, NBC refuse to cover sex scandal of Lincoln Project co-founder

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-02-03-cbs-nbc-refuse-to-cover-sex-scandal.html

The messages over the years got more concerning, and suggestive, sexually suggestive. ... The messages over the years got more concerning, and suggestive, sexually suggestive. > > DYMBURT: In a statement to ABC News, Weaver suggested he believed the messages were consensual. "...

Harrison Ford, Sam Elliott, Martin Sheen, Mark Hamill narrated Lincoln Project political ads

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-02-04-celebrities-who-narrated-lincoln-project-political-ads.html

One accuser said he began to receive the messages from Weaver as an adolescent. ... The day before the election, the Lincoln Project released an ad narrated by Ford, who heaped praises on Dr. "...

Here are the 41 celebrities who supported The Lincoln Project

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-02-06-41-celebrities-who-supported-the-lincoln-project.html

https://t.co/LSfOIdgO1a > > — bettemidler (@BetteMidler) August 21, 2020 > "And the winner of Best Political Ad Ever goes to…" > > (Turn sound on!!) ... John Kasich, has been accused by nearly two dozen men who said they received suggestive messages from Weaver, with one saying the messages began when he was 14 years old, The New York Times reported. > > The Times reported that Weaver in one message told one of the young men he would “spoil you when we see each other.” ...

You are being conned: Former Big Food ad exec unveils marketing tricks used by food manufacturers that persuade you to “super-size it”

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-01-08-big-food-ad-exec-unveils-marketing-tricks-used-by-food-manufacturers.html

You are being conned: Former Big Food ad exec unveils marketing tricks used by food manufacturers that persuade you to “super-size it” Monday, January 08, 2018 by: Frances Bloomfield Advertising , badfood , badmedicine , Big Food , brainwashed , fast food , food , food supply , ingredients , junk food , nutrition , obesity , obesity crisis , obesity epidemic , persuasion , supersize portions - (Natural News ) Many believe in the saying “bigger is better”, and it’s this adage that ...

Is This the 1970s? Coca-Cola Claims It Doesn't Rot Teeth - Insists It's

https://www.naturalnews.com/026713_coca-cola_teeth_caffeine.html

Following a joint complaint by the Australian Dental Association, the Obesity Policy Coalition and the Parents Jury, the ACCC launched an investigation into the ad, eventually concluding that it constituted false and misleading advertising. As a result, Coke has been ordered to run a corrective ad in major newspapers of every major Australian city. "...

Sell vaccines like Coca-Cola: World Health Organization

https://www.naturalnews.com/051261_vaccine_industry_emotional_influence_world_health_organization.html

Key industry messages to the Working Group included the following:" - All that really matters is the power of the story. - Consumers care about benefits, not supporting facts. - Reason leads to conclusions, while emotion leads to action (i.e. change comes from feelings, not facts). - One big idea needs to drive the entire communications strategy. ... As its report optimistically stated: "Some of the messages that particularly resonated with the Working Group included focusing on ...

EXPOSED: Left-wing "fact checkers" are nothing more than sleazy censors of content they don't like

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-02-19-exposed-left-wing-fact-checkers-are-nothing-more-than-sleazy-censors-of-content-they-dont-like.html

Marsha Blackburn’s Senate campaign team over concerns that the ad may offend some viewers. ... Not long after the campaign ad was published on Twitter, a representative for the social media giant reached out to Blackburn’s team and explained that the ad’s reference to fetal tissue was “deemed an inflammatory statement that is likely to evoke a strong negative reaction.” "...

Obamacare computer code riddled with typos, Latin filler text, desperate programmer comments and disastrous architecture

https://www.naturalnews.com/042428_obamacare_exchange_javascript_critical_errors.html

Bizarre error messages also found in Obamacare code Error messages written into the code leave no doubt that the people who wrote the code are masters of chaos and confusion. ... For example, the Javascript file loaded for each user transfers all error messages, form field messages and front-end error messages from the server to the user's browser repeatedly for each cultural language supported by the system. "...

Is McDonald's stalking children online?

https://www.naturalnews.com/036976_mcdonalds_children_privacy_violations.html

Getting information about social networking sites for adults to email marketing messages to their friends is commonplace in the industry; it's a practice called "refer a friend" or "tell a friend." ... So they are embedding messages saying, 'Play this game and share it with your friends,' in order to target the friends," she added. "...

Big Pharma trying to convince women they need to feel sexual desire all the time so they'll buy

https://www.naturalnews.com/030153_female_viagra_sexual_dysfunction.html

"The messages are aimed at medicalizing normal conditions, and also preying on the insecurity of both the clinician and the patient." Fugh-Berman's comments refer to a major ad campaign by drug company Boehringer Ingelheim, which is seeking FDA approval for a drug to treat low female libido. "...

Anti-smoking ads cleverly boost smoking among teens

https://www.naturalnews.com/020996_smoking_deceptive_marketing.html

Phillip Morris' "Talk: They'll Listen" ad campaign - designed to get parents to verbally dissuade their kids from taking up smoking - caused high-schoolers to want to smoke more. ... According to developmental psychologists, teens 15 to 17 years old tend to reject authoritative messages because they believe they are independent, which renders Philip Morris' ad campaign largely useless, the researchers said. "...

Big Pharma's targeted drug dealing scheme threatened by new Privacy Badger web browser extension

https://www.naturalnews.com/051845_privacy_online_trackers_big_pharma_marketing.html

The ad also includes fine print directing me to check the Full Prescribing Information. ... Furthermore, in many instances, I'm looking things up for other people, so some of the messages I'm exposed to are completely irrelevant. "...

Woke Left moving to take over last functional, patriotic institution - the military: Whistleblowers detail hundreds of cases of 'anti-American indoctrination'

https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-06-17-woke-left-trying-to-take-over-the-military.html

In response, Austin came up with some BS claiming that curriculum is being developed and released that is “welcoming to everyone who can qualify and who is fit to serve” — though previous recruiting messages focused on toughness, competition, love of country, and commitment to service were working because the services were not suffering shortages of recruits. ... And the Pentagon wasn’t putting out messages aimed at discouraging certain demographics from joining, or outright discriminating ...

How Media Drives Obesity in Children and Simple Counter Tactics

https://www.naturalnews.com/024935.html

One study documented approximately 11 food commercials per hour during children's Saturday morning television programming, estimating that the average child viewer may be exposed to one food commercial every 5 minutes (Kotz, 1994) Another study found that children's food choices were significantly impacted by which ads they saw, i.e. either an ad for fruit or an ad for candy (Gorn, 1982) Other researchers found that for each additional hour of television viewed per day, daily servings ...

How Media Drives Obesity in Children and Simple Counter Tactics

https://www.naturalnews.com/024935_child_children_obesity.html

One study documented approximately 11 food commercials per hour during children's Saturday morning television programming, estimating that the average child viewer may be exposed to one food commercial every 5 minutes (Kotz, 1994) Another study found that children's food choices were significantly impacted by which ads they saw, i.e. either an ad for fruit or an ad for candy (Gorn, 1982) Other researchers found that for each additional hour of television viewed per day, daily servings ...