Even the IAB warned adtech risks EU privacy rules
A privacy complaint targeting the behavioral advertising industry has a new piece of evidence that shows the...
Twitter names first international markets to get...
Twitter has announced it’s expanding checks on political advertisers outside the U.S. to also cover Australia,...
What business leaders can learn from Jeff...
Joel Wallenstrom Contributor Joel Wallenstrom is president and chief executive of Wickr, a secure communications...
Europe agrees platform rules to tackle unfair...
The European Union’s political institutions have reached agreement over new rules designed to boost transparency...
Facebook urged to offer an API for political ad...
Facebook has been called upon to provide good faith researchers with an API to enable them to study how political ads...
Is Europe closing in on an antitrust fix for...
The German Federal Cartel Office’s decision to order Facebook to change how it processes users’...
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Jake Bright Contributor Jake Bright is a writer and author in New York City. He is co-author of The Next Africa. More...
Online platforms still not clear enough about...
In its latest monitoring report of a voluntary Code of Conduct on illegal hate speech, which platforms including...
Facebook, Google and Twitter told to do more to...
A first batch of monthly progress reports from tech giants and advertising companies on what they’re doing to...
Has the fight over privacy changed at all in
Few issues divide the tech community quite like privacy. Much of Silicon Valley’s wealth has been built on...
Most Facebook users still in the dark about its...
A study by the Pew Research Center suggests most Facebook users are still in the dark about how the company tracks and...
Facebook is launching political ad checks in...
Facebook is launching some of its self-styled ‘election security’ initiatives into more markets in the...
Advisor to Europe’s top court favors regional...
Google will be cheered by the view of an influential advisor to Europe’s top court vis-a-vis the territorial...
This early GDPR adtech strike puts the spotlight...
What does consent as a valid legal basis for processing personal data look like under Europe’s updated privacy...
Seized cache of Facebook docs raise competition...
A UK parliamentary committee has published the cache of Facebook documents it dramatically seized last week. The...
UK parliament seizes cache of internal Facebook...
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg may yet regret underestimating a UK parliamentary committee that’s been...
Children are being “datafied” before we’ve...
A report by England’s children’s commissioner has raised concerns about how kids’ data is being...
Facebook must change and policymakers must act on...
The UK’s data watchdog has warned that Facebook must overhaul its privacy-hostile business model or risk burning...
Campaign tool supplied to UK’s governing party...
An app that the UK’s governing party launched last year — for Conservative Party activists to...
Big tech must not reframe digital ethics in its...
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s visage loomed large over the European parliament this week, both...