Daily Online Examiner Editions for September 2016
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, Sept. 16, 2016
FCC's Plan To Replace Cable Box With Apps Garners Support From Writers Union
News Organizations Sue FBI For Information About iPhone Cracking
Facebook's Censorship Of Napalm Girl Is History Repeating
FDA Warns Web Sites Over E-Cigarette Sales
Pinetops, North Carolina To Lose Fiber Broadband Service
Study: 33% Of Mobile Users Keep Up With Political News 'All The Time'
Adblock Plus Responds To Backlash About Its Acceptable Ads Platform
Report Finds Most Publishers Use 'Sponsored' To Denote Native Ad Content
Politicians, Journalists Rethink Email in Era of Hacks
Facebook, Google Sign On For Presidential Debates
Twitter's Jack Dorsey Admits They Could Be Doing More About Abuse
Cydersoft Bolsters Fraud Detection Product Line With Real-Time Capabilities
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016
FCC Chief Plans To Finalize Broadband Privacy Rules This Year
Internet Association Backs Airbnb Effort To Block San Francisco Law
New Bill Would Boost Muni-Broadband
Teen Sues Parents Over Embarrassing Facebook Photos
FCC Republicans Didn't Cooperate With Net Neutrality Investigation, Lawmaker Says
Ad Fraud: We Are The Canary In The Mine
Boston To Start Testing Self-Driving Cars
Videology Enables Programmatic Access To Screenvision Cinema Inventory
Colin Powell's Email Hacked
Facebook Censors Pipeline Protest Video
Valossa Platform Can Read Video Users
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016
Ad Industry Bashes FCC's Privacy Proposal
New York City May Sue Verizon Over Unkept FiOS Promises
'Deadspin' Defies Univision, Reposts Deleted Items
FCC's Mandatory App Plan Threatens 'Creative Industry Workers,' Hollywood Says
Supreme Court Sides Against Backpage, Won't Block Senate Subpoena
Viewability, Fraud, Ad Blocking, Kickbacks -- Is There Any Trust Left In Media?
Apple Stops Emailing Gift Cards in U.S.
Google And AppNexus Say They're Not Involved With Adblock Plus' Plans To Sell Ads
Yes, Adblock Plus Is Now In The Ad Sales Biz
Twitter App Streams Video On TV
VisualDNA Launches Personality-Based Audience Targeting
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2016
Viacom, Mattel, Hasbro And Jumpstart Sanctioned For Tracking Kids
Google Fiber Preps For North Carolina Launch
Many Brits Don't ID Search Ads; It's Not Necessarily A Bad Thing
Yelp May Have Violated iPhone Users' Privacy Rights By Uploading Address Books
Bill Prohibiting 'Gag Clauses' Passed By House
Verizon Buys Connected Lighting Company, Adding More Location Capability
Tech Giants Implore Congress To Relinquish Web
Adblock Plus Debuts Ad-Tech Platform
Judge Rules Against Facebook In 14-Year-Old Girl's Naked 'Shame Page' Picture Case
Sourcepoint Releases White Paper Addressing Solutions To Ad Blocking
VR Is The Future, With Help From Washington
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, Sept. 12, 2016
Locksmith Can't Revive Battle With Yelp Over One-Star Review
Univision Deletes Controversial Gawker Posts
Native Ads On EvanTube Need Better Disclosures, Watchdog Says
Can Email Marketers Be Expected To Be GDPR Ready Before The Regulator?
Verizon Excludes NFL Mobile App Streams From Data Caps
Instagram Adds New Comments Tool To Combat Hate
European Regulators Question Facebook About WhatsApp Privacy Changes
DMA Launches GDPR Survey
Google Nest Provides Footage For YouTube's 'Mystery Solved'
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, Sept. 9, 2016
Advocates Want FCC To Say Broadband Means Speeds Of 50 Mbps
Facebook Changes Course On Vietnam War Photo
Cable Providers And Hollywood Blast Plan For Mandatory Apps
AT&T Defends Decision To Zero-Rate DirecTV
Two North Carolina Men Arrested for Hacking Email Account of CIA Director
Was Apple Greedy In Dropping Headphone Jack?
Facebook Cofounder Gives $20 Million To Help Clinton And Democrats
Nielsen Probes Viewers' Minds: Finds They Are Distracted By Screens, May Not Comply With People Meters
Contracts For Dollars -- Vloggers Will Have To Grow Up Fast
Nine Out Of 10 Fussy Viewers Agree: Fix Online Ads
AT&T Gives DirectTV A Pass On Mobile Data Caps
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016
Netflix Presses FCC To Condemn Data Caps
Apple iPhone Event Is 'Test Of Trust'
FCC Chief Wants Cable Providers To Create Apps
Google Smart Cars Will Be Able To Detect Location Of Police Cars
Government Report Criticizes OPM Over Data Breach
Snapchat Eying IPO
Home Secretary Reveals A Thousand Extremist Videos Removed Weekly
OAAA Launches New OOH Get-Out-The-Vote Campaign
Newspaper, Magazine Revenues Fall Again
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016
Watchdogs To FCC: Don't Water Down Privacy Proposal
AT&T Exempts DirecTV App From Data Caps
FTC Urged To Investigate Celebrity Endorsements On Instagram
Work Email After Hours Leads to Burnout, New Study Finds
Google Fiber Gets Boost In Nashville
Target Pushes For Adoption Of IoT Standards
Porn Site Brazzers Hack Exposes Email & Password Data
Magazines Often Depend On Editorial Teams For Native Ad Production
87% Of Millennials Use Mobile Banking; Security Still Top Barrier
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016
Backpage Asks Supreme Court To Block Senate Subpoena
Warner Bros. Sends Takedown Notices For Own Sites To Google
Judge Rejects Gannett Bid To Dismiss Privacy Lawsuit Over USA Today App
Comcast Users Question Accuracy Of Broadband Meters
The Ad Industry's Focus On Fraud Has Intensified
Variety's Email System Hacked
Don't Play Pokemon Go In Russia; Vlogger Faces Prison For Doing That
Adobe Rolls Out Dynamic Ad Insertion Platform For TV Everywhere
One In Five Brand Profiles Is Fake
4 Ways To Fight The Privacy Vs. Relevance Battle
Apple Tackles Ad Fraud By Purging The App Store
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, Sept. 2, 2016
Prestigious Pets Loses Battle Over Bad Yelp Review
Pokemon Go Seeks To Reassure Lawmaker On Privacy
Battle Over Utility Poles Could Determine Broadband's Future
OTT's Big Sign-In Results From Connected TV Devices
'Daily Mail' Retracts Story On Melania Trump's Past As Lawsuit Is Launched
Microsoft And Google Browsers Had High Ad Fraud Rate, Study Claims
Employee Arrested in Sage Group Data Breach
Steve Jobs Was Secretly Working On An Apple TV
California Newspapers Get Boost: Repeal Of Sales Tax
How Facebook Lets Users, Brands Win With Targeting Data
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