Daily Online Examiner
Thursday, February 9, 2017
  • ReDigi Renews Battle With Capitol Over 'Used' iTunes Tracks

    ReDigi, which allowed consumers to re-sell "used" iTunes tracks, is asking the 2nd Circuit to rule that the company's business model was legal. Read the whole story

  • Social Media Phishing Soars, New Trend Is Fake Customer Service

    Proofpoint's "Threat Summary and Year in Review" report shows that the number of "phishing" attacks on social media sites increased 500% from 2015 to ... Read the whole story

  • Facebook Probes Ad Discrimination, Updates Guidelines

    The social giant is prohibiting advertisers from discriminating against users based on race, ethnicity, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, ... Read the whole story

  • Amazon Spoofed Ad Tops Google Search Results

    Google served a rogue Amazon paid-search ad to anyone searching for "Amazon," a branded keyword term. Clicking on the advertisement redirected the searcher to ... Read the whole story

  • EU Privacy Laws Challenge Ad Tech Companies

    To support the idea of privacy as a fundamental human right, the European Commission has drafted two regulations related to data use and privacy ... Read the whole story