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What’s Hot List: 4/8/16

April 10, 2016 admin 0

Nielsen Ups its Game With Access to Dish Set-Top Box Data (Fortune 4/4) TV companies are racing to adapt to upheaval in the television market […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 4/1/16

April 1, 2016 admin 0

Departing FTC Commissioner Pans Digital Ad Industry’s Privacy Program (Ad Age)     Julie Brill thinks the ad tech industry could do better. A strong […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 3/29/16

March 29, 2016 admin 0

ENCRYPTION IS A LUXURY (The Atlantic)  In 2015, a team of technology experts warned against giving law enforcement special access to encrypted communications. They explained […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 3/15/16

March 15, 2016 admin 0

‘A Knife Fight in Cyberspace’: Nations and Private Sector Recruit Young People to Counter ISIS Online (Ad Age) The international terrorist organization variously known as ISIS, […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 3/1/2016

March 1, 2016 admin 0

EU-U.S. Release Privacy Framework (Broadcasting & Cable)    The Commerce Department has released the full text of the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield framework, the voluntary agreement companies […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 2/26/16

February 27, 2016 admin 0

Digital-Savvy Millennials Will Sacrifice Privacy for Personalization, Says Leo Burnett Exec (Ad Week)  Marketers have grappled with privacy regulations for years, but the rise of […]

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Digital Daily Dozen: 2/15/16

February 15, 2016 admin 0

If Facebook Likes Were Votes, This Is How the 2016 Presidential Race Would Play Out (Ad Week)  FiveThirtyEight has partnered with Facebook to gauge the popularity […]

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Digital Daily Dozen 2/11/16

February 12, 2016 admin 0

Judicial Redress Bill Passes Senate (Broadcasting & Cable)  The Judicial Redress Act has passed the Senate but will need to be reconciled with an already-passed […]

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Digital Daily Dozen 2/1/16

February 1, 2016 admin 0

 U of Big Brother? (Inside Higher Ed)  U of California professors object to new system — installed secretly — to monitor emails and use of […]