Monday Morning Stir

By Erik Oster 

-Burger King is letting a chicken named Gloria decide which locations will get Chicken Fries (video above).

-Two agencies remain in the review for Lloyds Banking Group’s media account.

-Facebook updated its Community Standards page with clarifications on its policies regarding nudity, bullying, harassment and more.

-Market research company Forrester released its “Social Relationship Strategies That Work” report, in which it advises against using Facebook.

-U.S. District Judge James Mahan denied Toyota’s motion to dismiss in copyright infringement lawsuit from writer Eric Dahl.

Omid Farhang, chief creative officer at Momentum Worldwide, tells Adweek, “Marketers Must Embrace the Cultural Currency Music Can Deliver, Not Co-opt it.”

-Google promotes YouTube branded content with “Behind the Scenes” video series.

-HBO brings “SXSWesteros” Game of Thrones brand activation to SWSW.