• Web Video Companies Defend 'Binge On' To FCC
    A dozen small Web companies are urging the Federal Communications Commission to give its blessing to T-Mobile's controversial "Binge On" program.
  • Advertisers Told To Avoid Olympics-Related Hashtags
    The U.S. Olympics Committee recently told advertisers that sponsor athletes, but don't also pay sponsor the USOC or International Olympic Committee, to refrain from using hashtags like #TeamUSA
  • Yelp Flags Businesses That Sue Over Bad Reviews
    Yelp is now warning customers about businesses that "may be trying to abuse the legal system in an effort to stifle free speech."
  • Privacy Group Sides Against CNN, Argues MAC Addresses Are 'Personally Identifiable'
    Advocacy group Electronic Privacy Information Center is asking a federal appellate court to revive iPhone user Ryan Perry's battle with CNN.
  • Verizon's Acquisition Of Yahoo Shows Need For Broadband Privacy Rules, Advocates Say
    Verizon's planned $4.8 billion acquisition of Yahoo should spur the FCC to move forward with tough privacy rules, consumer advocates say.
  • FCC Chief's Plan For New Set-Top Box Rules Loses Key Support
    A proposal for new set-top box rules that would enable consumers to easily access television programs on tablets, smart TVs and other devices suffered a major blow this week.
  • T-Mobile Exempts Pokemon Go From Data Caps
    T-Mobile said today it will exempt the popular Pokemon Go from its customers' monthly data allotments until August of 2017.
  • Google Ends Fight With Mississippi Attorney General, Touts Anti-Piracy Efforts
    Google has called off its battle with Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, the company said today in court papers.
  • Web Users Agree To Anything Online, Study Finds
    The vast majority of people don't read privacy policies or terms of service when signing up for social networking services, a new study says.
  • FTC: Warner Bros Paid 'Influencers' To Promote Video Game
    Warner Bros failed to adequately disclose that it paid some video game fans thousands of dollars to promote "Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor," the Federal Trade Commission said today.
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