Monthly Archives: November 2019

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US Justice Department to launch expansive new investigation into big tech firms

According to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), The Justice Department (DOJ) is launching a new investigation into whether big tech companies are “unlawfully stifling competition.” It will take aim at Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon. Notably absent is Microsoft, once the primary focus of the government’s antitrust ire.  Taking investigations to another level. The WSJ […]...
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FTC settlement with Facebook imposes tough new privacy rules, including personal liability for CEO Zuckerberg if violated

Facebook critics were grousing that $5 billion was too little to pay for the company’s alleged repeated violations of user privacy, in contravention of an earlier FTC consent decree. Indeed, the financial penalties could have been a great deal stronger. But we now know the settlement with the FTC comes with a range of strict […]...
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Litmus adds integrations with cloud solutions, enhances privacy

Email marketing and analytics firm Litmus has announced a number of new updates coming to its platform, including integrations with cloud providers, enhanced privacy protections and improved email tracking. According to Litmus, the new features will assist marketers throughout the entirety of the email marketing lifecycle, from the design stage to post-send analytics. Why we […]...
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