Start the Week: Google in the frame on PWC's tainted tax advice; Albanese turns up temperature on gambling ads; new local leaders for Snap
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Did PWC tax workarounds help Google offshore its profits?
Crackdown on gambling ads looms;
Snapchat announces new local leadership of Tony Keusgen and Ellie Rogers;
The ‘madness’ of ABC Radio National;
Nine and News Corp rally against AI;
Today’s episode feature Tim Burrowes and Abe Udy.
Australian Financial Review: PwC tax leaks: Apple, Google and Microsoft believed to be named in firm emails
The Guardian: Albanese expresses personal dislike for gambling ads during sporting events as pressure builds for ban
Australian Financial Review: Rowland hints junk food may follow gambling in Labor’s ad sights
Sunday Telegraph: Campbell: Dutton takes a punt on gambling advertising
Australian Financial Review: Adolescent Sportsbet puts an adult in charge
Sydney Morning Herald: Radio was the ABC’s crown jewel, but new data shows how it has fallen
Media Week: Snap Inc. appoints Tony Keusgen as managing director ANZ, replacing Kathryn Carter
The Age: AI data the next flashpoint between media and technology
Time to leave you to start your week.
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