Daily Online Examiner Editions for August 2016
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016
FTC Urged To Stop WhatsApp From Sharing Data With Facebook
DMA Wants Supreme Court To Nix Colorado's 'Amazon Tax'
Yahoo Email Privacy Settlement Gains Final Approval
Kim Dotcom's Extradition Hearing To Be Live-Streamed
Google Defaults To EU-US Privacy Framework, Launches Analytics Collaborative Workspaces
Apple Must Pay 13bn Euros In Back Tax
Facebook Share Count Glitch Highlights Publishers' Reliance On Social Network Data
Was Apple Dumb Enough To Think They'd Get Away With It?
Cord Cutters Aren't Thrilled By Streaming, Either
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, Aug. 29, 2016
AT&T Prevails In Battle Over Mobile Broadband Slowdowns
Social Media Linked To Better Health In Seniors
California May Legalize Ballot Selfies
Time For The FTC Crackdown
FCC Won't Appeal Court Decision To Reinstate Muni-Broadband Restrictions
ESPN Can't Shake Privacy Battle With Giants Player
Megyn Kelly A 'Traitor,' Facebook Trending Topics Says, Briefly
Brooklyn Data Scientist Traces Source of Unwanted Email
AT&T, HBO Make Mother Of All Carriage Deals
Study Finds Third Of Native Ads Fail To Comply, Perform Better Than Fed Guidelines
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, Aug. 26, 2016
Cable Industry's 'Ditch The Box' Proposal Gains Ground
Twitter Sued Over 'Famous' App
Sprint Charges 'Unlimited' Data Customers $20 A Month To Avoid Video Throttling
Engines May Need To Pay To List Articles In Search Results
Political Spending On Snapchat Rises
Alphabet Shrinking Google Fiber
Apple Said To Be Developing Video Share/Edit App
Ad Watchdog Piles On Kardashians For Deceptive Marketing
The Popular, Risky Reality Of Social
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016
Privacy Advocates Prep FTC Complaint Against WhatsApp
With Sneaky Speed, Small Devices Become Big In Homes
Snapchat Wants Privacy Case Sent To Arbitration
Drudge Becomes Second-Largest U.S. Publisher, 'FiveThirtyEight' And 'YoungCons' Soar In Page Views
Rural Broadband Providers Seek Exemption From Proposed Privacy Rules
Megaupload Founder Wants Extradition Hearing Streamed
Consumers Excited About Auto Technology
FBI Investigates Email Breach at NY Times
Facebook's New Plan To Expand Its Ad Network
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016
FTC Chairwoman Tells Ad Networks: Respect Consumers' Choices
Google Fiber Launches In Salt Lake City
Melania Trump Threatens News Pubs With Legal Action
Appellate Court To Consider Reviving Turn 'Supercookie' Battle
Pro-Clinton Groups Launch Native Ads On 'BuzzFeed,' Target Millennial Women
Lawmaker Wants Facebook To Enforce Gun Sales Ban
Spotify Struggles To Tame Music Labels
Life Doesn't Suck, And The Internet Shouldn't Either
Facebook Turns On The Auto-Play Sound In Australia
Google Sets Deadline To Remove 'Intrusive' Interstitials
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016
Silicon Valley And Media Companies Back Yelp In Battle Over Negative Review
Digital Rights Groups Blast Ruling That Could Criminalize Password Sharing
WikiLeaks Compromised Privacy Of 'Hundreds Of Innocent People'
Amazon Preps Music Subscription Services
What To Expect From Google's Incognito Chat App 'Allo'
Melania Trump's Lawyer Threatening Defamation Suits Against New Outlets
Social Giants Challenge Obama On Privacy-Invading Proposal
Email Encryption Startup Snags $29 Million
Criteo Finds Brand Support In Lawsuit Against SteelHouse Click Fraud Case
Chipotle's Social Media Policy Violated Law, Says NLRB
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, Aug. 22, 2016
Apps More Likely To Come With Privacy Policies
Facebook Launches Lifestage For Under-21s
Appeals Court Blocks Senate Subpoena To Backpage.com
It Takes A Village To Stop Mobile Fraud
Kardashian Family Accused Of Deceptive Marketing
Cox Communications Appeals $25 Million Piracy Verdict
Eddie Bauer Reveals Data Breach
As Fraudsters Fake Viewability And Video Completions, Advertisers Risk Being Gamed
Apple, Google Partner To Kill Robocalls
Ad Fraud Is Forcing Marketers To Enhance Their Buying Strategies
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, Aug. 19, 2016
Wireless Carriers Press FCC To Allow 'Pay-For-Privacy' Schemes
A Righteous Halt To Web Site 'Comments'
EFF Says T-Mobile's Video Throttling Violates Net Neutrality Rules
Facebook Locked Into Cat-And-Mouse Game With Ad Blockers
Watchdog Refers Sprint To FCC Over Ads
Net Neutrality Advocate Tim Wu Joins White House
Connected TV, Data Come To The Aid Of The Parties
Yik Yak Erases Anonymous Roots
Facebook's Staff Diversification Efforts Fall Flat
Uber Acquires Otto, Readies Delivery Of Self-Driving Volvos To Downtown Pittsburgh
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, Aug. 18, 2016
T-Mobile's New 'Unlimited' Data Plan Throttles Video, Slows Hotspots
Google Loses Early Round In Email Privacy Battle
U.S. Cedes Power Over Domain Naming System
Twitter Intensifies Effort To Shut Down Accounts Linked To Terrorism
U.S. Publishers Must Cooperate To Compete
Snapchat Will Double NYC Workforce, Gets Tax Break
Australian Netflix Users Targeted in Email Scam
American Apparel Gives Lesson On Data Collection
Gawker.com Will Cease Publishing
"Trump News" Online? Why Not?
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016
California Bill Would Let Actors Censor Amazon-Owned Site
Mozilla Backs New Cable Box Rules
Why Gawker May Yet Thwart Thiel
Appeals Court Revives Wiretapping Claim Against WebWatcher
Univision's Vision: Get Mainstream To Pay More Attention, Gawk If You Will
Connecticut State Senator Won't Hand Over Email List to Opponent
Google Bows State-Specific Voting Guide
Controversial Social Network Tsu Shutters
Facebook Fights Back
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