Daily Online Examiner Editions for October 2016
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, Oct. 31, 2016
FTC Presses Court To Reconsider Ruling In Broadband Throttling Battle
Trump Blasts Social Sites For Not Trending Clinton Emails
Facebook Sued Over Inflated Video Ad Metrics
Cox Extends Data Caps To Florida And Georgia
FCC Sides With Louisville Over Law Aimed At Boosting Google Fiber
Baidu Takes Revenue Hit, Points To New Search Advertising Law And Vetting Process
Law Firm Uses Targeting To Find Ex-Twitter Staff
Judge Denies Criteo's Request To Serve Injunction Against SteelHouse
FBI Granted Warrant To Search Weiner's Laptop For Clinton's Email
Senator Seeks Industry-Led Security Standards
Visual IQ Acquires Refined Labs To Strengthen Attribution In EMEA
Facebook Unveils Election Feature
It's Official -- GDPR Is A Go, But What Does That Mean For You?
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, Oct. 28, 2016
Report: Facebook Lets Advertisers Prevent Minorities From Seeing Ads
Lenovo Must Face Class-Action Over Superfish Adware
Tracking Its Consumers, Google Is On The Move
IAB Names Digital Vet Dennis Buchheim Data & Ad Effectiveness Chief
EU Officials Want WhatsApp To Stop Sharing Data With Facebook
Silicon Valley Backs Off Building Self-Driving Cars
Senate Panel Calls 'Wrong' Time Warner CEO To Testify
Individualized Ads On TV Could Be One Result Of AT&T-Time Warner Merger
Amazon Warns Its TV Costs Will Eat Some Profit
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016
ANA Vows To Fight 'Misguided' Broadband Privacy Rules
FCC Passes Broad Privacy Rules, Limits Behavioral Advertising By Broadband Providers
AT&T-Time Warner Merger Should Be Blocked, Bernie Sanders Tells DOJ
Verizon To Zero-Rate Some Sports Programming
Direct Marketing Association Rebrands To Data & Marketing Association
Irish Privacy Group Fights EU-U.S. Data Partnership
BT Learns New York's Lesson -- No Porn For The Homeless On Its WiFi Kiosks
Ad Fraud Isn't Only Fraud That Should Concern You
Vine's Time Has Come -- And Gone
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016
Google Suspends Fiber Rollout
Social Media Users Exhausted By Political Content
Appeals Court Sides Against MP3Tunes Over Key Question In Battle Over Pirated Music
AT&T's Skinny Bundle: 100 Channels For $35
Internet Takedown A Lesson To Avoid Security Shortcuts
FanDuel And DraftKings Settle False Advertising Charges
Details of Yahoo's Secret Partnership With Government Likely to Remain a Secret
Hollywood Players Leak Movies To File-Sharing Sites
What The AT&T Merger Can Learn From AOL-Time Warner
Conductor Wants To Help Marketers Make Sense Of Data
Streaming Content Soars: TV Sets Remain Top Device
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016
Regulators May Prevent ISPs From Forcing Subscribers Into Arbitration
Senator, FCC And Others Support FTC In Battle Over AT&T Data Throttling
PissedConsumer Sues Over Alleged Conspiracy To Squelch Bad Reviews
Lawmakers Seek Answers On IoT Hacking
Ad Industry: FCC Shouldn't Break A Privacy Model That Works
Trump Campaign Debuts Facebook Live 'Show'
Why NFL Won't Be The 'Hail Mary' Twitter Needs
Verizon CEO Hints That Yahoo Deal is Still on
Fear Of Hacking Stops 50% Of Consumers From Purchasing IoT Devices
Outlook Mixed On Implications Of AT&T Time Warner Tie-Up
Daily Online Examiner - Monday, Oct. 24, 2016
HBO Now May Not Survive AT&T-Time Warner Merger, Lawmaker Warns
Kids Should Have 'Veto' Over Parents' Social Sharing, Docs Say
FCC's Clyburn And Sen. Franken: Customers Should Have Right To Sue ISPs
Airbnb Seeks To Block New Advertising Law In NY
GoDaddy Offers Email Archiving And Encryption
AT&T Merger With Time Warner May Not Face FCC Review
Double Opt-In Makes For Better Qualified Lists
Standing Up To The Ad-Blocking Shoplifters Is The Only Way Forward
Google's Enhanced Ad Targeting Reignites Privacy Concerns
Early AT&T/Time Warner Merger Reports See Trouble Ahead
Daily Online Examiner - Friday, Oct. 21, 2016
FTC Urged To Crack Down On 'Influencer Marketing' Aimed At Kids
Security And Privacy Concerns Not Just A Yahoo Problem
Google Can Now Create 'Complete Portrait Of A User By Name'
NY Governor Signs Law Restricting Ads On Airbnb
Appeals Court To Decide Whether AT&T Will Face Class-Action Over Throttling
Bosses Catch Employees Playing Hooky With Social Media
Did Hackers Just Disrupt U.S. Web?
WikiLeaks Publishes Obama's Personal Email Address
'Hyperpartisan' Facebook Pages Muddying Political Waters
Is AT&T Mulling A Time Warner Merger?
Mags, Online Publications Now Eligible For Pulitzer Prizes
Daily Online Examiner - Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016
Backpage CEO, Shareholders Seek Dismissal Of 'Outrageous' Pimping Charges
Former FCC Commissioner Backs Strong Privacy Rules
Yahoo Urges Feds To Disclose Whether They Ordered Email Scans
AT&T Must Respond To FTC's Bid To Revive Throttling Battle
Go Daddy Releases New Email Encryption Tools
California Mother Shares Rude Email from Expedia
Yahoo Says Traffic Rose Despite Hacking That Could Alter Verizon Deal
Google Trends - Debate: 'Is Bigly A Word?'
Twitter Fires Greg Gopman, Head Of VR, Over Comments
Evolution of Media: Paid To Earned To Shared
Daily Online Examiner - Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016
Ad Industry: Tough Privacy Rules Will 'Undercut' Internet Marketplace
Skittles Photographer Sues Trump
T-Mobile To Pay $48 Million For Throttling 'Unlimited' Data Subscribers
Ecuador Admits Restricting Assange's Internet Access
Apple Sues Over Counterfeit iPhone Chargers
Tech Giants Spending Fortune On Washington Lobbyists
Eric Schmidt Did Work For Clinton Campaign, Per Email Released By WikiLeaks
US Government Reopens Irish Microsoft Email Case
Google Pulls Online, Offline Survey Data Into Analytics 360
DMA Pushes Strong Data Guidelines As Info Overload Overwhelms Marketers
Daily Online Examiner - Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2016
ISPs' Data About Consumers Is Worth 'A King's Ransom,' Privacy Guru Says
Verizon Wireless Scratches Nonprofit's Questionable $20,000 Bill
1-800Contacts Hit With Class-Action Complaints Over Search Ads
Searchers Will Begin Seeing Google, Other Branded Internet Addresses
Facebook Testing "Conversation Topics" In Messenger
North Carolina Republication Party Official Reports Email Breach
UK Spies Illegally Stored Citizens' Data
Marriott Survey Finds Vacationers Can't Unplug
Melania Trump Would Fight Social Media 'Negativity' As First Lady
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