Daily Online Examiner
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
  • Facebook Investigation Finds Potential For Media Bias

    Don't call it an admission of guilt, but -- following an internal investigation -- Facebook is now less confident that Trending Topics were never … Read the whole story

  • Broadband Privacy Proposal Too Broad, Former FTC Chair Says

    A proposal to protect consumers' privacy by requiring broadband providers to obtain opt-in consent to online behavioral advertising "overshoots the mark," says Jon Leibowitz, … Read the whole story

  • 5 Things You Didn't Know About Ad Fraud

    Ad fraud's worse than you think, and t's not just a programmatic problem. That's among the five things you didn't know about ad fraud … Read the whole story

  • Social Media Tracks Zika Misinformation

    Social media is one of the main vectors for the spread of false beliefs about Zika - but on the plus side, it also … Read the whole story

  • Twitter Adds Value To Tweets

    Twitter is going to stop counting photos and links within its 140-character limit, the social giant said Tuesday. The move is part of broader … Read the whole story