Tag Archives: Privacy

  1. Ad industry revolts against Apple’s browser blocking ad tracking

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    September 20, 2017 by Paul Dughi

    Apparently the entire digital advertising community is up in arms because Apple is baking anti-tracking into its Safari browser.  Marketers …
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  2. If you share it on networking websites, does it become public or can access be limited?

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    September 18, 2017 by Paul Dughi

    It’s a battle over privacy rights that has constitutional law implications.  At the heart of it if a simple question …
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  3. Can public officials block citizens on social media or is it a violation of their constitutional rights?

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    September 13, 2017 by Paul Dughi

    Here’s an interesting debate: If you’re a public official, should you have the right to block people from your social …
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  4. Facebook refuses to release political advertising data

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    July 17, 2017 by Paul Dughi

    Television stations must disclose to the public which politicians bought advertising on which station, how much they spent, and where …
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  5. Canada’s Supreme Court rules Google must block some search content worldwide

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    July 5, 2017 by Paul Dughi

    Can one country really tell Google what it can and can’t show in its search results for the rest of …
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  6. Mixing GPS location data with advertising

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    June 27, 2017 by Paul Dughi

    The privacy folks are about to have a whole lot of new things to worry about.  We’ve all been cyber-stalked …
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  7. Safari will also limit ad tech, auto-play videos, and tracking

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    June 7, 2017 by Paul Dughi

    With ad-tech being so intrusive these days in tracking our movements, you had to wonder when people would say “enough …
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