Daily Online Examiner Editions for April 2016
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, April 29, 2016
Amazon: FCC Should Unlock Set-Top Boxes, Privacy Protections Not Needed
Google Play Calls Out Ad-Supported Apps
FTC Investigating PayPal-Owned Venmo
Google, Amazon and Netflix Are A New Breed Of Monopoly; Same As The Old Breed
US Wireless Networks Worse Than Counterparts Abroad
FCC Won't Put Brakes On Broadband Privacy Proposal
Supreme Court Expands FBI Hacking Power
IAB Releases LEAN Scoring Roadmap, Will Develop Algos By Q4
30% of Phishing Messages Opened by Recipient: Verizon
Google Urged: Drop Livestream Of GOP Confab
Ad Blockers Find Fans in APAC Markets
Senate Moves Forward On IoT Policy
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, April 28, 2016
Comcast Ups Data Caps To 1,000 GB
Google Fiber Comes To Nashville
Facebook Sued For Bombarding Cell Phone User With 'Harassing Text Messages'
Car Accident Victims Sue Snapchat
Ad Blocking Not Being Taken Seriously Enough By Marketers, Says Diageo
Marissa vs. Tim: Does Verizon's Interest in Yahoo All Come Down to an Old Google Standoff?
Priceline CEO Out After Violating Code Of Conduct
House Unanimously Favors Email Privacy Reform
Consumers To Learn Of Risks In Wearables, Connected Objects While At Work
Building Personal Relationships Through Data
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Mississippi Attorney General Withdraws Google Subpoena
Judge: Amazon Bilked Parents For Kids' In-App Payments, Ruling Disclosed By Digital Glitch
Getty Images Files EU Complaint Against Google
Adobe Sets Triggers For Programmatic Messages
Twitter User Gains Not Enough To Spur Ad Growth
Shine to IAB: Focus on the True "Bad Actors"
Cord Collectors? Comcast Says Video Subs increased In Q1
2016 Presidential Election Shifts From Cookies To Real Voters
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Google Urges FCC To Unlock Cable Boxes, Says New Privacy Laws Not Needed
CNN Prevails In Video Privacy Battle
Cruz And Kasich Campaign Apps May 'Leak' Users' Data
'Technoshock': Most Americans Believe Privacy Is A Lost Cause
Snapchat Battles Ban On Ballot Selfies
Broadcast Content Key To OTT Provider Success
Prospects For In-App Programmatic Ads Depend OnTargeting Improvements
How Time Warner's Data Caps Paved Way For Acquisition By Charter
Google, Ford, Others Form Coalition For Self-Driving Cars
Twitter Makes It Easier To Report Abuse
Spotify Suffers Security Breach
Email Privacy Bill Expected to Pass in the House Next Week
U.S. Government Asking Public About Its IoT Role
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, April 25, 2016
FTC Wants Privacy Protections For 'Unlocked' Set-Top Boxes
DOJ Obtains iPhone Password, Drops Request For Order Against Apple
Is Identity Theft Scarier Than Burglary And Murder?
FCC To Approve Charter Merger With Time Warner Cable And Bright House
More Streaming Devices Than Cable Boxes, Report Says
Winning Over The Ad Blockers
Mobile Ad Blocking's Real, But New Data Suggests It May Not Matter
BeautifulPeople.com At Risk Of Revealing User Info
GroupM Questions Digital's 'Integrity,' Estimates Ad-Blocking Averaging 22%
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, April 22, 2016
ANA Weighs In Against Plan To Unlock Cable Boxes
Data Caps Discourage Cord-Cutting
Apple Prevails In Lawsuit Over 'Wi-Fi Assist'
Keeping Up With Privacy Concerns In Online Advertising
Microsoft and Google Make Nice
Social Nets Facing 'Parental Consent' Laws
40% of Millenials Have Woken Up to Check Email
BPA Worldwide Extends TAG Certification To AppNexus, Engage:BDR, GumGum And OpenX
Social Media Can Predict Gentrification
Why The Ad-Supported Model Will Destroy Online Publishing
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, April 21, 2016
FCC Should Prevent Charter From Penalizing Cord-Cutters, Dish Says
Ghostery Wants To Bring Ad-Blocking Technology To Broadband Providers
Comcast Will Let Subscribers Access Xfinity TV Without A Cable Box
Ad Industry Asks For More Time To Consider FCC's Privacy Plan
A Guide To Counter Ad-Blocking Tech
WPP, IPG, Vizio, Others Sued For Brokering In Personally Identifiable Data
Tribune Publishing Tests Paid Comment Sections
Ad Tech Is Broken -- Here's How Newsrooms Can Help Fix It
Will The 'Open' Set-Top Box Break The TV Ad Bundle?
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, April 20, 2016
People See Privacy Threat From 'Unlocked' Cable Boxes, Critics Claim
Personalization Vs. Personal Relationships
AdBlade Allowed To Proceed With Case Against RevContent
Shortened URLs Make It Easier To Track People Online, Offline
Google Charged With Hurting Competitors In EU
FTC And Roca Labs Reach 'Substantial Agreement' In Battle Over Online Reviews
Ashley Madison Users Must Disclose Real Names To Proceed With Privacy Case
Google Digs Into Addressable TV, Serves Listing In Search Results
Email Mixup Saves LIfe
University of Connecticut Uses Email to Alert Students of Campus Crimes
Ad Blocking Is Gaining Ground In The U.K.
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Kanye West Sued For Tricking Fans Into Disclosing Data
News Corp. Brings Antitrust Complaint Against Google In EU
Lyft Scores Key Victory In Battle Over SMS Invites
Google Disappoints Many EU Residents Who Want Information Deleted
Microsoft Relies on Europe's New Data Protection Rules to Fight US Gov
Viber Adding End-To-End Encryption
Client Sues Real Estate Attorney Over Email Hack That Cost Him $2M
Google Scans Billions Of Android Apps, Too Many In High-Risk Security Category
Ad Tech Doesn't Get Schmoozed
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, April 18, 2016
Verizon Lobbies FCC Against New Privacy Rules
Supreme Court Won't Hear Authors' Challenge To Google Books
Tidal Sued For False Advertising
Hackers Have Stolen $2.3B Using CEO Spam
American Company Loses $100M to Email Scams
State Dept Strikes Deal With Conservative Group in Clinton Email Investigation
Government Worried About Others Tapping Into Connected Cars
EU Preps Antitrust Charges Against Google
Consumer Awareness Of Blockers Reaches Critical Mass, 42% Would Pay
Newspaper Publishers Launch Nucleus, National Ad Network
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