Daily Online Examiner
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
  • Time Warner Cable Sued Over Broadband Ads

    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is suing Time Warner Cable for allegedly duping consumers by delivering slower Web service than advertised. Read the whole story

  • Game Developer Prevails In Privacy Battle Over Faceprints

    Siding with Take-Two Interactive Software, a federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit accusing the company of violating an Illinois biometric privacy law. Read the whole story

  • Consumers Warm To Sharing Smart Device Data

    As more devices become connected in the home, consumers may, for a price, be willing to share some of the data being generated by ... Read the whole story

  • Ad Blocking Grows Globally, But U.S. Lags - For Now

    Globally, the number of mobile devices with ad blocking software installed jumped 38% from 275 million at the end of 2015 to 380 million ... Read the whole story

  • Data Becomes 'Pillar' Of Advertising In 2017

    If 2016 was the year of measurement, than 2017 will become the year marketers feel comfortable enough to trust ad targeting and metrics to ... Read the whole story