Retargeters that continually send the same ads to consumers may be fueling the recent surge in ad blocking, according to a Merkle executive who spoke at an Ad Week panel.
A group of teen sex trafficking victims has asked a federal appellate court to revive their lawsuit accusing Backpage.com of facilitating trafficking through the design of its online classifieds site.
The Federal Trade Commission's Julie Brill is taking the online ad industry to task for failing to move forward with a universal do-not-track mechanism.
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump has sicced his lawyer on the operator of the Web site StopTrump.us, which launched earlier this summer.
Without net neutrality rules, platforms for speech by users could disappear, Yelp, Twitter, Reddit and others argue in new court papers.
North Carolina and Tennessee officials have asked an appellate court to restore state laws that restrict cities from creating their own muni-broadband networks.
Regulators who are evaluating Charter's proposed $55 billion takeover of Time Warner want more information about their policies regarding online video distributors like Netflix.
The new net neutrality regulations will help prevent broadband providers from transforming the Internet into a "walled garden" that resembles cable TV.
The developer of the ad-blocker Peace pulled the popular app from Apple's App Store on Friday, just two days after it launched.
Apple intends to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that the company violated antitrust laws by masterminding a conspiracy to raise ebook prices, the company said this week in a new court filing.