Because it’s “practically everywhere”, will subliminal advertising become as potent as thinking?
A recently published thesis underscores the need for firm rules and oversight.
Marketing statements influence us subliminally more than was ever assumed.
Even when you are not aware of being exposed to advertising material, it can still affect your actions.
As we work toward various charter to manage content, I’ve asked people to think about the domain of their brain, to establish information sovereignty, a natural extension of the rights of property, in order to restrain and manage the pillage of thought.