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European Broadcasting Union

New report outlines how the rise of online advertising impacts public service media
European Broadcasting Union
A brand new report from the EBU's Media Intelligence ServiceAdvertising Trends – looks at developments in the advertising market and in particular, how they impact PSM funding. In 2015, online overtook TV to become the leading media overall in terms ...

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Haaretz

Antitrust Examining Google Dominance on Web Advertising
Haaretz
Now, however, Artimedia, an Israeli platform for video advertising has filed a complaint. According to the complaint, which was filed by attorney Uri Baram, deals specifically with banner ads on the internet. Artimedia, which like Google didn't confirm ...

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Newsweek

Mirai Botnet That Brought Down Internet Was Minecraft Stunt
Newsweek
The Mirai botnet worked by hijacking vulnerable internet-connected devices, such as webcams, and forming them into a network that could be used to carry out distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks that overload websites and servers with massive ...
Mirai IoT Botnet Co-Authors Plead GuiltyKrebs on Security
Three US men plead guilty to crimes tied to 2016 botnet attacksReuters

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Engadget

As online ads fail, sites mine cryptocurrency
Engadget
In October Malwarebytes joined ad-block plugins in preventing Coinhive's JavaScript from running in web pages, because "there are site owners who do not ask for their users' permission to start running CPU-gorging applications on their systems" and ...

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TechCrunch

Zyper thinks 'micro influencers' are the future of online advertising
TechCrunch
In addition, the startup has just signed up as a global supplier to Unilever, and has a strategic partnership with WPP-owned Wavemaker to work with the ad agency's clients. “We charge a dynamic Price Per Fan based on demand and supply, with brands ...

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Washington Post

That Netflix tweet wasn't creepy. Reality is.
Washington Post
But we can fix it. It's true that, generally, companies like Spotify and Netflix are collecting more and more data on consumers. But that's not the real problem. The real problem is a disconnect between privacy reality and privacy expectations. The ...

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Chicago Tribune

Why Ajit Pai is wrong about net neutrality
Chicago Tribune
The commission voted Thursday afternoon to officially end the series of rules structuring what's known as "net neutrality." In its most basic formulation, net neutrality ensures that telecom providers don't discriminate in providing internet service to ...

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TechHive

Verizon's free NFL streaming deal is good for cord cutters—but there's a catch
TechHive
Starting next year, you won't need Verizon Wireless service to watch free NFL games on your phone. Instead, Verizon will let anyone watch in-market coverage, playoff games, and the Super Bowl at no charge, regardless of carrier. The free football ...

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Marketing Land

The most-watched ad on YouTube in 2017 was a spot from Samsung India Services
Marketing Land
The most-watched video on YouTube this year belonged to Samsung India Services. The spot, “We'll Take Care of You Wherever You Are,” generated 150.3 million views. YouTube has released its 2017 ad leaderboard, ranking the most-watched YouTube ads ...

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Slate Magazine

Judge Kozinski's Opinion in this 2001 Sexual Harassment Case Is Even More Alarming Now
Slate Magazine
Melody Swenson started working as a janitor for the Postal Service in 1977, when she was 18. Born deaf, she communicated in sign language and read with great difficulty. She nevertheless worked her way up to being a mail sorter by August 1993, when she ...

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