Daily Online Examiner
Monday, February 6, 2017
  • Vizio Agrees To Pay $2.2 Million, Destroy Consumer Data

    Smart TV manufacturer Vizio unfairly tracked consumers by collecting and sharing information about their viewing history, the Federal Trade Commission said in a complaint ... Read the whole story

  • Pai Scales Back Net Neutrality Enforcement, Endorses 'Data-Free TV'

    The new FCC Chair has closed an investigation into whether AT&T and Verizon violate net neutrality by their own video from consumers' data caps. Read the whole story

  • Unlocked Phones Equal Higher Satisfaction

    "The vast majority [of unlocked phone customers] are contacting the companies on a neutral issue than about some larger problem,"J.D. Power's Kirk Parsons tells ... Read the whole story

  • Wild Outcomes, More Confusing Trump Tweets

    In both 2016 and 2017, odds defiers abound. Starting with Leicester City winning the English Premier League, which began the season with 5,000-1 odds ... Read the whole story