Daily Online Examiner
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
  • Watchdog Sides Against Comcast Over Broadband Ads

    Comcast should stop touting its broadband service as the fastest in the country, the National Advertising Review Board ruled. Read the whole story

  • Bing Refuses To Run 7 Million Ads For Misleading Content In 2016

    Bing has blocked 130 million ads for direct policy compliance issues, banned 175,000 advertisers from placing ads on the search engine, and blocked 7 ... Read the whole story

  • Melania Trump Sues 'Daily Mail' For Libel, Again

    Close on the heels of a Maryland court's dismissal of Melania Trump's first libel lawsuit against the Daily Mail's publisher, Mail Media Inc, her ... Read the whole story

  • #DeleteUber Deletes Sentiment For Ride-Sharing Service, Lifts Lyft's

    Fallout from the grassroots #DeleteUber social media campaign drove a significant drop in consumer sentiment for the ride-sharing platform, and a marginal boost for ... Read the whole story

  • DHS May Require Social Media Passwords From Some Travelers

    The Department of Homeland Security is considering a rule to require individuals from the seven countries affected by the administration's recent travel moratorium to ... Read the whole story