Daily Online Examiner Editions for March 2016
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, March 31, 2016
FCC Proposes Broadband Privacy Rules
Over Half Of 13-24s In Study Use Ad Blockers
Sex Trafficking Victims Urge Court To Reconsider 'Radical' Pro-Backpage Decision
Ad Agency Develops Chrome Extension To Help Eradicate Hate Speech Online
CNBC's Web Site Leaked Passwords To Ad Networks
California Lawmaker Wants ISPs To Make Canceling Service Easier
Horizon: Millennials, Gen Xers Use Newer Media To Glean Political Info
Samsung Faces Lawsuit By Pele Over Ad
Microsoft's Edge Browser Embraces Ad Blocking
Facebook Has A "Freebooting" Problem
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, March 30, 2016
AT&T's New Data Caps Could Prove Costly For Cord-Cutters
Instagram Hit With Copyright Infringement Lawsuit
FilmOn Urges Court To Reject TV Broadcasters' 'Luddite Argument'
U.S. Senate Sues Backpage
Judge Allows Conservative Watchdog Group to Investigate Further in Clinton Email Probe
France Considers Law That Would Ban After Work Email
Publishers Suggest Putting The Web On A Diet To Combat Ad Blockers
Twitter Adds Descriptions To Images
German Ruling Bolsters Adblock Plus' Rallying Cry
Police Calculate Threat Levels Based On Social Media
Less Than One In 10 Gamers Block Arkadium-Targeted Ads In U.S.
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, March 29, 2016
FCC Commissioner Wants Netflix Investigated For 'Misrepresentations'
Broadband Industry Criticizes FCC Privacy Proposal
What The FBI's Hack Job Means For Apple
Shutterfly Settles Privacy Battle Over 'Faceprints'
AT&T Increases U-Verse Data Caps, But Expands Enforcement
Verizon & AT&T Email Alerts Can Generate Data Overage Fees
Will Email & Social Behavior Replace Credit Scores?
Spammers Are Sending Speeding Tickets Via Email
Google Adds Telephone Fiber Service To Internet, TV
Yahoo Expands DMARC Protection
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, March 28, 2016
FCC Urged To Curb 'Toll-Free Data'
FCC Should Investigate Netflix, American Cable Association Says
Facebook Prevails In Text-Spam Lawsuit
Google Fiber To Arrive This Year In Salt Lake City
What Does FCC Want From Charter/TWC Merger?
Ad Blocking May Not Spread As Quickly To Mobile Phones
Encrypted Emails Sent to Gmail Users Up 25%
How Oversized Ads Are Encouraging Ad Blocking
Verizon Claims Fios Is 'Wired Differently'
Marketing Meets Security Risks; 58% Of Consumers Concerned
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, March 25, 2016
Netflix Dupes Smartphone Users With Secret Slowdowns
Tay It Ain't So: Microsoft's AI Debacle
FilmOn Loses Bid For Cable License In Illinois
Anti-Trump Camp Targets Provocative Ads On Facebook, Instagram To Mormons
AT&T Seeks To Patent Mood-Detection Technology
What To Do About Ad Blocking?
Ericsson Partners With MIT To Better Understand Driver Profiles
Google Releases New Security Update for Gmail
Microsoft Mulling Yahoo Bid
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, March 24, 2016
FTC's Ohlhausen Criticizes Broadband Privacy Proposal
Google And Microsoft Weigh In On TVEyes' Battle With Fox News
France Fines Google For Failing To Censor Search Results Worldwide
Advertising's Four Plagues: Viewability, Fraud, Transparency, Ad Blocking
Comcast Customers Pan Company On Amazon
CSU Fresno Issues Spam Warning
Starboard Investors Move To Oust Yahoo's Mayer
Facebook Cracking Down On Impersonators
People Change Offline Behaviors To Avoid Social Media Disapproval
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Gawker: We Will Be Vindicated
FCC Delays Decision On Charter-Time Warner Merger
Advocacy Group Urges FCC To Curb Cross-Device Tracking
Internet Archive Says DMCA Safe Harbors Critical
FBI Working With Cellebrite To Unlock Terrorist's iPhone
OTT Emerges As Fastest-Growing Source Of Ad Views, Accelerates Redefinition Of 'TV'
Parlez Vous Ad Blocking?
Amazon Doubles Spending For Drone Lobbying
One Third of Emails Sent to U.S. House Last Year Were Spam
Three Reasons Why Ad Blockers Are Good For Advertising
After Judgment, Gawker's Denton Fires Back
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, March 22, 2016
FBI Shelves Showdown With Apple
Yahoo Suspends Daily Fantasy Sports In New York
FTC Commissioner Julie Brill Steps Down
Streaming Services Boost Music Industry Revenue
Judge Tosses Trademark Claims In 'Dirty Dancing' Ad Case
Gawker Media Worth $83M
What Has Technology Wrought? Trust Issues, For One
How Facebook Marketed "Straight Outta Compton" By Race
Adobe's Primetime Lets OTT Get A Little Personal
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, March 21, 2016
Privacy Group Pushes FCC For Tougher Restrictions On Online Data Collection
Why Judge Should Have Dismissed Hulk Hogan's Lawsuit Against Gawker
Authors Guild Presses Supreme Court To Hear Appeal Over Google Books
Ex-Lawmaker Slams FCC Proposal To Unlock The Set-Top Box
Hulk Hogan's $115 Million Award Against Gawker Won't Stick
Amazon Selling Comcast Modems, Service Bundles
Privacy Search Engines Ixquick And StartPage Merge Brands
WikiLeaks to Facebook: Stop Censoring Clinton Email Archive
Smartphone Streaming On The Rise
Obama: Google Plans To Bring Internet To Cuba
Jury Throws Book At 'Gawker,' Awards Hulk Hogan $115M
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, March 18, 2016
Comcast Defends 'Stream TV' To FCC
Did Google Just Compromise Its Principles To Be In T-Mobile's 'Binge' Fest?
TVEyes Battles Fox News Over Downloads, Asks Appeals Court To Nix Injunction
Spotify Settles Royalties Fight With Music Publishers
Apple CEO Tim Cook: 'No One Should Have A Key That Turns A Billion Locks'
Consumers Care About Email Privacy
American Express Reveals 2013 Data Breach
Adblocking: Effect, Cause, Resolution?
NPR Forbids Stations From Promoting Podcasts
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