The latest advertisement for underwear brand Berlei has been rejected by Facebook and Instagram for not fitting with the social media platforms’ content policies, reports Mumbrella.
The new “Womankind” video campaign, created by The Monkeys, shows a range of women being constricted by various poorly-fitting bras.
According to Berlei, the issue is that Facebook’s ad policy does not allow advertising material in which the focus is exclusively on one body part.
Mumbrella reports the company sought feedback from its community before formulating the ad, which it says “highlights the daily realities women have with their breasts in an honest and authentic way”.
The best places to do you MBA in Australia revealed
The University of Sydney has come out on top in this year’s list of the top places to complete a Master of Business Administration degree in Australia.
The list, compiled by Fairfax’s BOSS magazine, looks at a range of criteria across Australia’s business schools, including the number of applicants, contact hours, education level of those applying and the structure of the course.
Sydney University’s degree landed in the number one spot this year, costing $61,500 dollars to complete, and with 90.9% of teaching staff having acquired PhDs.
The University of Queensland, Melbourne Business School, Griffith Business School and Adelaide Business school round out the top five.
Xero phishing scam doing the rounds
Security firm Trustwave has uncovered a cheeky phishing scam that’s targeting users with emails purporting to come from payroll and finance provider Xero, reports ITnews.
The scam reportedly asks users to download a file to review their invoices, which can result in a zip folder of malicious software being downloaded so that a user’s personal data can be logged.
Trustwave has warned this could be part of a broader campaign to target business customers who use a range of finance software.
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