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  1. Ad Survey Finds the Majority of U.S. Consumers Believe Marketing’s a Bunch of Crap

    The Internet may have mostly made it past the phase of popup ads, though they certainly still exist in dark corners of the web, but it turns out that online advertising may not be out of the woods just yet. According to a survey conducted by Adobe, consumers pay more attention to radio ads than they do online ones. The only kind of ads that polled worse were those that show up in apps and games. Even more amusing than that is the fact that 53% of those surveyed thought that "most marketing is a bunch of B.S."

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  2. The Canadian Government Mistakenly Sponsored The Pirate Bay

    Everybody is supposed to hate internet pirates. That's just how it is now: If you don't, you might end up on some kind of watch list or something. The Canadian government is going to be pretty embarrassed, then, when everybody finds out the Canadian Department of Finance recently bought ads on one of Canada's most popular websites, The Pirate Bay.

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