Marketing Politics Weekly Editions for May 2018
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, May 30, 2018
There Are Some Things More Important Than Nielsen Ratings
ABC Cancels 'Roseanne' Just Before Upfront
'Roseanne' Has Short Second Life -- By The Numbers
Internet Association Opposes TV-Style Disclaimers For Online Political Ads
Papua New Guinea Delivers Facebook Smackdown
'The Americans' Ends Run On FX, While Cold War Continues
'NYT,' 'ProPublica' Launch Year-Long Email Newsletter 'Blood Will Tell'
NFL's TV Anthem: Kneeling Players Out Of Camera Range, Standing Room Only
Roca Labs Presses Judge To Dismiss FTC Suit
Commerce Department: GDPR Creates Trade Barriers, Poses Safety Risks
GDPR's Impact On Your Inbox
Didit Founder Kevin Lee Bids For Gawker, Securing Additional Backing
Missouri Gov. Charged With Misusing Email List Resigns
Starbucks Founder Schultz Emails Customers To Explain Closures
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Sinclair, And Present Danger: Exploiting America's Trust In Local TV News
DAA Creates Icon To Disclose Political Opposition Ads
Zuckerberg Fails To Impress EU Politicians With 'Stock Answers'
Senators Want FCC To Probe Fake Net Neutrality Comments
Comcast Bid For Sky Not Likely To Face A Regulatory Hurdle
UK Government Plans New Legislation To Make Social Media Safer
Facebook To Group Publishers' Content With Politically Leaning Ads
Obama Deal Sparks Netflix Boycott Movement
Netflix Seeks 'Higher Ground' With Obamas
GDPR Will Curtail Zuckerberg? Don't Be So Ridiculous
ACLU Asks Amazon To Stop Selling Facial Recognition Tech To Police
Amazon Under Fire For Pushing Facial Recognition Software To Cops
Politico Announces Content Partnership With Hong Kong-Based 'South China Morning Post'
UK's ICO Fines University For Data Breach
Microsoft Extends GDPR Observance Worldwide
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Supreme Court Paves Way For Legal Sports Betting
Will Automation Disrupt Democracy? Debate Yields Dystopian Outlook
How Will TV Benefit From Legal State Sports Betting?
Trevor Noah's Attack On Free Speech
Facebook Disables Fake Accounts, Spam
Facebook Suspends 200 Apps, Begins Investigation
Twitter Getting Savvier About Eliminating Trolls
Psychotherapy Queries Surge Post Trump Election
Gen Z Puts Brands On Notice
Salesforce Names Finch As Its Data Protection Officer
Tim Cook Tells Trump To Solve DACA Dilemma
Facebook Spending Hundreds Of Millions On Content Reviewers
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, May 9, 2018
White House Calls On Google, Microsoft, Other Tech Cos. To Discuss Future Of AI
Suppose They Gave A Press Briefing And Nobody Came
Message To Stormy, Her Lawyer, Trump, Everybody Else: Leave Us Alone
Forget What They Told You, Brands Must Get Political
Facebook To Require Identity Verification For Ads Related To Abortion, Civil Rights, Taxes
Regulators Urged To Examine T-Mobile-Sprint's Impact On Broadband
Cambridge Analytica Ordered To Hand Over Data
Advertising Association Argues Against Tighter Junk Food Ad Restrictions
"The Guardian" Explains Why Press Regulation Is Front Page News Again
Marketing Politics Weekly - Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Study Finds 'United' States Among Most Divided Nations, Cites Politics
Senate Democrats Express Concern Over T-Mobile-Sprint Merger
Trump Calls Fox, But Won't Hang Up
Conservative 'RedState' Site Fires Writers Critical Of Trump
Give Thanks, Mention Trump And Watch Your Open Rates Rise, Study Says
BBC News Offers Advertisers 'Trust' As It Rolls Out U.S. Music Offering
Supreme Court To Hear Challenge To Google Privacy Settlement
IAB Europe, IAB Tech Lab Release Framework Addressing GDPR
The News Project Launches, Helps Publishers Build Sustainable Models
Google Pushing Off GDPR Responsibilities To Publishers, Trade Groups Say
DMA To Gather Industry Leaders To Examine Data Standards, Explore New Guidelines
Clinton Asked To Return Money Paid By DNC For Email List
What's Wrong With Donald Trump's Emails: A Critique