Daily Online Examiner Editions for June 2015
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Attorneys General Close Ranks Against Google
AT&T Expects $49 Billion DirecTV Merger To Close Soon
Disney Bans Selfie Sticks
Facebook Changes Video Views In News Feeds
European Regulators Reject Net Neutrality, Allow Paid Fast Lanes
AOL Gets A Programmatic Power Play In Microsoft Deal
Media Deals See Uptick, Hit $36B
Charter Promises To Boost Broadband Speed If Mergers Go Through
Hospitals Discourage Doctors From Emailing Patients
Mobile Operators Fear The Unstoppable Rise Of Apple And Google
Fake Clicks And Likes Investigated By The 'Times'
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, June 29, 2015
Yelp Study Criticizes Google For 'Degrading' Search Results, Harming Consumers
PayPal Revises Terms, Won't Require Users To Receive SMS Messages
Most Popular Sites Reserve Right To Sell Users' Data If Company Changes Hands
Dow Jones Boss Urges Cautions For Publishers On Facebook
45% Of Display Ads Bought Via Programmatic In UK
Scam Email Spoofs Microsoft
State Department Says Clinton Didn't Turn Over Every Email
Apple Files Patent to Use iBeacon to Find Friends
Kim Kardashian Insists Her Instagram Has No-Promo Policy
Verizon's Mobile Video Service May Be The Game Changer In Your Back Pocket
Social Life Management Helps You Polish Your Online Reputation
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, June 26, 2015
Broadband Privacy Rules Coming Soon, FCC Chairman Says
Manufacturers Settle Class-Action Over Carrier IQ's 'Spyware'
AT&T-DirecTV Merger Nears Approval
Running Out Of Options: Gore, Sorrell Explore Some New Ones
Privacy Friendly Search Engine DuckDuckGo Sees Spike In Traffic
Google Automatically Blocks Ad Clicks To Save Brands Money
Apple Removes Civil War Games From App Store For Confederate Flag
Tech Glitches Send OTT Viewers Packing
Clickstream Behavior To Influence Query Rankings
Audience Data 2.0
Why Not Just Use The 'A' Word?
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, June 25, 2015
Charter Promises To Avoid Data Caps, Follow Net Neutrality Rules
Craigslist Resolves Battle With 3Taps Over Listings
Apple's iOS9 Will Block Apps' Access To Other Apps
Harlem Globetrotters' Site Violated Children's Privacy Guidelines, BBB Says
T-Mobile To Slow Down Some 'Unlimited' Customers
Facebook Taps Yahoo Exec To Head Security
Look Out For Flood Of Hard To Trace Political Ads Online
Yahoo Ties Search Default Deal To Oracle Java Updates
Chicago Tribune Sues the City of Chicago Over Emails
Feds Ask Bing, Google, Yahoo To Watch For Student Loan Scams
Facebook Posts And Accounts Deleted In Counterfeiting Crackdown
To Combat Fraud, Pixalate Brings In The Hardware
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, June 24, 2015
New ICANN Proposal Could Curb Anonymous Blogging
Consumers Urge Appellate Court To Turn Away Yahoo
Samsung Accused Of Disabling Windows Update
Average Broadband Speed Reaches 5 Mbps Worldwide
Multicultural TV Users Favor OTT Viewing
Retailers, Brands Lose Billions In Annual Returns
The Big Hole In Nielsen's Latest Total Audience Report
Use Bitcoins To Block Ads? An Entrepreneur Thinks So
Twitter CEO Shakeup Could Prompt A Buyout By Google
Mobile Users Increase Movies And TV Viewing
App Management: Why Hulu's Two-Fer Deal With Showtime Is Smart
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Mississippi A.G. Wants To Resume 'Hijacked' Google Investigation
Turn Hit With New 'Supercookie' Lawsuit
Brands Making Investments See Positive ROI From First-Party Data
Time Warner Hit With Net Neutrality Complaint
Amazon To Pay Some Authors Based On Pages Read
Google's Ad-Supported Streaming Music Service Arrives On Web, Android Devices
TV Still Top Medium In Usage, Reach
Taylor Swift's BFF Says Online Video Should Stop Ripping Off Actors
Former EPA Official Used Personal Email to Share Official Plans to Sierra Club Official
Facebook's Experimental Algorithm Identifies Half-Hidden Faces
Business Thinkers Are Wrong On Google, The EU Is Right
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, June 22, 2015
FTC Should Prevent Uber From Collecting 'Unnecessary' Information, Watchdog Says
USGA To Fans: You're Not The Media
Google And Viacom Oppose Nick.com Users' Bid To Revive Privacy Battle
With Ad-Blocking Rife, Native Can't Afford More Mistakes
SVOD Homes Spike, Revs To $7B In 2020
Customers Don't Care About Your Data; They Care About How You Make Them Feel
Google To Remove 'Revenge Porn' Images From Search Results
Comcast Must Unmask Commenter Accused Of Defamation
One Law School Puts Students (Sort Of) In Control Of Its Recruitment
Malwarebytes Acquires Junkware
Wyoming Lawmakers to Consider Legislation Protecting Student Email Privacy
Heinz Gets Backlash from Old QR Codes
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, June 19, 2015
Movie Studios Claim Right To Enlist Attorneys General Against Google
Sprint Stops Throttling Wireless Users
Google, Microsoft, AT&T, Verizon Fall On EFF Privacy Ratings
Blogger Sues Gawker For Defamation
Sex Trafficking Victims Seek To Reinstate Lawsuit Against Backpage
Facebook Won't Launch Moments Photo App In Europe
ISP Accuses Site of Violating CAN-SPAM, Sues For Damages
Amazon, Penguin Random House Avoid Dispute, Ink Deal
YouTube Newswire Could Be A Dominating News Source
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, June 18, 2015
FCC Tightens Text-Spam Rules
Shutterfly Sued For Creating 'Faceprint' Database
FCC To Explore Broadband Subsidies
Buying Entire Purchase Journeys On Mobile Devices
Google Rolls Out YouTube Newswire, Curates Real-Time Eyewitness Clips
Verizon Must Complete Fiber Build In New York, Mayor Says
Apple Watch Could Be Most Expensive Remote-Control Device Money Can Buy
Sourcepoint Industry Vets Change The Future Of Ad Monetization For Publishers
Apple Criticized for Email to Publishers About iWatch App
Senator Has Some Questions About YouTube Kids App
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, June 17, 2015
House Panel Votes To Prevent Net Neutrality Enforcement
FCC Wants AT&T To Pay $100 Million For Throttling Practices
Live Streaming Company Preps Net Neutrality Complaint Against Time Warner
Social Media Considerations For Healthcare Marketers
Reddit Jumps On Wagon To Encrypt By Default
Twitter's Troll-Blocking Feature Comes Up Short
Is Online Video Just Too Crass?
Google's In-The-Moment Advertising Model Expands On Real-Time Attribution, Programmatic
Euro Court Says Publishers Are Responsible For Reader Comments
Indiana County Clerk Claims Email Account Was Hacked
William Hill Twitter Ads Banned For Appealing To Children
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