Daily Online Examiner
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
  • FTC Charges Trampoline Sellers With Creating Fake Review Sites

    The FTC charged the owners of Infinity Trampolines and Olympus Pro Trampolines of creating fake review and safety-ratings sites to tout their products. Read the whole story

  • Survey Finds 48% Of U.S. Mobile Device Owners Know They Can Block Mobile Ads

    Only 48% of U.S. mobile device owners know they can block mobile ads -- and while mobile ad blocking in the U.S. and the ... Read the whole story

  • Supreme Court Says Consumers Can Refill Ink Cartridges Cheaply

    Just because you made it, you don't control its destiny forever. That's not your tweenager talking; that's the U.S. Supreme Court. Read the whole story

  • Malware-Affected Apps Discovered On Google Play

    Google Play has about 40 fewer malicious apps, thanks to a heads-up from the Checkpoint. The apps all contained "auto-clicking" adware, which use infected ... Read the whole story

  • Transparency, Black Hats, The Repercussions Of Inaction

    What would real transparency look like in the ad industry? Imagine, if you will, a world in which an agency could 100% guarantee that ... Read the whole story