Three-Year Court Battle With WPP Ends With $1 Damages Award To TRA

A three-year-old lawsuit between WPP, Kantar and affiliated firms and TRA has concluded, as the U.S. District Court in Manhattan tossed most of TRA's claims. Earlier this month, the parties agreed to a final judgment awarding TRA $1 for nominal damages although the WPP companies did not admit to liability. Both sides are free to appeal any orders issued throughout the case. ...


Bob Garfield: Garfield At Large
The Comcast Call: Part II

The following is a transcription of a telephone call September 26, 2014 between William J. Baer, assistant attorney general, Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice and Brian Roberts, CEO of Comcast. The subject is the proposed ...

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EFF Says Its Anti-Tracking Tool Blocks New Form Of Digital Fingerprinting

The digital rights organization Electronic Frontier Foundation today unveiled a beta version of Privacy Badger -- a tool aimed at helping people avoid online data collection and behaviorally targeted ads. ...

TV Watch
Wait! Cable's Upfront Is Also Down This Year?

Virtually all pre-upfront TV advertising market estimates pointed to lower advertising dollars for the broadcast networks. That was almost a given. But now The Wall Street Journal is reporting what no had one predicted: cable networks' ...

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