• Behavioral Advertising's Benefits To Publishers Are Overstated, New Study Suggests
    A large publisher increased revenue by just 4% when users' cookies were available.
  • Parents Can Proceed With Privacy Suit Over Mobile Gaming Apps
    Citing shifting privacy norms, a federal judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit claiming that mobile game developers and ad-tech companies violate children's privacy by harvesting their data for ad targeting.
  • Russian 'News' Agency Battles Facebook Over Account Removals
    "By blocking FAN's Facebook account and deleting the contents on its web-based platform, Facebook engaged in content-based restrictions of free speech," the "news" operation argues in new court papers
  • Google To Offer New Anti-Tracking Tools
    The Chrome browser will soon enable consumers to easily block cookies from ad -tech companies.
  • Facebook May Agree To New Supervision To Settle With FTC
    Facebook may create a new privacy committee and hire an outside expert to evaluate compliance, in order to settle an investigation into its data-sharing practices.