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    LAS VEGAS -- For many attendees, the chaos of the startup floor Eureka Park is overwhelming. Three days in to CES, here are the innovations that marketers are excited about.
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    This year there are even fewer opportunities for ads to appear among the technology on offer at CES's Tech West. Where did that screen go?
  • Tech West At CES: Is Play Time Over?
    LAS VEGAS -- TechWest at CES features the latest and best of the smart home and wellness technology. As always, we keep a close look on how technologies and applications group together, and this year shows some interesting shifts.
  • Yahoo Hacker Orchestrated Online Ad Scam, DOJ Alleges
    One of the hackers allegedly responsible for Yahoo's 2014 data breach allegedly orchestrated a scam that involved installing malware on links in Yahoo's search results.
  • Advocates Call For New Privacy Standards For Wearables
    Consumer advocates are calling for new regulations for mobile health apps and wearables that can collect health related information.
  • FCC Chairman Circulates Order Approving Charter-Time Warner Merger
    FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has circulated an order approving Charter's merger with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks.
  • FCC Chairman Wants Broadband Providers To Obtain Consumers' Permission For Online Behavioral Advertising
    Internet service providers would have to obtain consumers' opt-in consent before sending them targeted ads based on their Web-surfing activity, under a proposal unveiled today by Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler . "Every broadband consumer should have the right to know what information is being collected and how it is used," Wheeler said Thursday in a piece published on the Huffington Post. "Every broadband consumer should have the right to choose how their information bits are should be used and shared." "This is not to say network providers shouldn’t be able to use information they collect ...
  • FCC Fines Verizon $1.35 Million For Tracking Mobile Users With 'Supercookies'
    Verizon has agreed to settle a Federal Communications Commission probe by paying a $1.35 million fine for using "supercookies" to track mobile customers for ad-targeting purposes.
  • Yahoo Settles Email Privacy Lawsuit
    Yahoo has agreed to revise some of the language in its privacy policies in order to settle a class-action lawsuit alleging that it wrongly scans email messages for advertising purposes, according to court papers filed on Thursday.
  • Report: PubMatic Lays Off 100 Employees
    PubMatic, the sell-side platform, has sacked more than 100 employees, according to a published report on AdExchanger.
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