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Google Map app “still records location even if tracking is turned off”

Google Maps services on Android and iPhone devices store records of a user’s location even after they have enabled privacy settings that claim to halt the practice, according to a new report.

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16/08/2018  |  Full story...

Ticketmaster clamps down on touts with Seatwave and GetMeIn closure

Ticketmaster is shutting down its secondary resale sites Seatwave and GetMeIn in a bid to combat touts selling tickets at hugely inflated prices.

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14/08/2018  |  Full story...

Mars pulls all ads from YouTube amid drill music controversy

Mars has removed all advertising from YouTube after the confectionery firm's ads appeared alongside drill music videos on the streaming platform, which have been linked to violent crime in London.

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07/08/2018  |  Full story...

Goggle planning censored search engine in China?

Google is reportedly working on a censored version of its search engine in a bid to get round its ban in China.

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03/08/2018  |  Full story...

New digital tax to save the high street?

As high business rates continue to sink many floundering High Street shops, Chancellor Hammond is pressing ahead with plans to find a ‘better way of taxing the digital economy’ to reduce online stores’ tax advantage. But a new Study by ParcelHero questions whether a new tax on the one growing area of retail is the best solution?

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02/08/2018  |  Full story...

Brexit: Facebook finally reveals targeted ‘Vote Leave’ ads

The targeted campaign adverts used by the Leave campaign in the Brexit referendum have been revealed by Facebook.

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30/07/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook plans office in China (despite being blocked)

Facebook’s subsidiary in China will be an "innovation hub" to support local tech talent, ramping up its presence in the restrictive market where its social media sites remain blocked.

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25/07/2018  |  Full story...

White paper: How does GDPR affect programmatic marketing

The IAB Europe Using Data Effectively in Programmatic White Paper (first published in November 2016) has been updated to reflect the changing nature of the European data landscape.

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25/07/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook investigates Crimson Hexagon over data policy concerns

Facebook has suspended analytics firm Crimson Hexagon amid apparent concerns it may have carried out wide-spread surveillance of users.

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23/07/2018  |  Full story...

EU fines Google record €4.3bn over Android app dominance

Google has been fined €4.34bn (£3.8bn) by the EU for abusing its control of the Android operating system by forcing vendors to pre-install its apps.

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20/07/2018  |  Full story...

Twitter bot purge: 8 million fake followers ditched

Following the news that Twitter has purged millions of fake accounts, Socialbakers has released data showing the accounts who have lost the most followers, and the greatest share of followers, on the platform since the purge took place.

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16/07/2018  |  Full story...

Social media and the spread of fake news: Could you call It out?

You can't deny the power of social media for enabling conversation like no other medium in history - but is it also responsible for the spread of fake news in our societies?

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12/07/2018  |  Full story...

Facebook gets maximum fine for Cambridge Analytica scandal (but it would be much higher under GDPR)

Facebook is to be fined with the maximum £500,000 ($663,000) fine over data protection breaches related to the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

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11/07/2018  |  Full story...

Memes saved? MEPs vote to reject EU copyright law proposal

MEPs in the European Parliament have voted to reject EU copyright law changes, backed by Sir Paul McCartney and other high-profile musicians.

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05/07/2018  |  Full story...

Drake takes over Spotify: Angry customers get refund for ‘annoying’ music promo

Subscribers to the ad-free Spotify Premium plan have been issued refunds, claiming playlist promotions for Drake’s new album count as adverts.

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05/07/2018  |  Full story...

Junk food ban online: Cadbury, Chewits and Squashies first ads disallowed

Adverts for Cadbury eggs and Chewits and Squashies sweets have been banned for breaking new rules prohibiting the advertising of junk food to children.

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05/07/2018  |  Full story...

10% of Brits would cut back on EU trips if free mobile roaming ends after Brexit

10% of the public would holiday in Europe less often if free mobile roaming is scrapped after Brexit, according to new research.

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03/07/2018  |  Full story...

GDPR one month on: Large rise in privacy complaints across Europe

The ICO has reported a sharp rise in complaints after GDPR, from a rise in breach notifications from organisations, as well as more data protection complaints following the activation of the law.

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28/06/2018  |  Full story...

Apple to punish apps that misuse address book data

Apple is punishing apps that misues people’s address book data by quietly rolling out a new set of rules for developers last week, adding restrictions for apps that vacuum up the address books of iPhone users.

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18/06/2018  |  Full story...

Data scandal: Trust in Facebook drops by half

Facebook users’ faith in the social media site has fallen dramatically in the last twelve months with more than half (52%) of Brits saying they now trust the company less than this time last year, according to research by Virtual Private Network (VPN) comparison service Top10VPN.com.

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05/06/2018  |  Full story...

Mary Meeker’s Internet trends: the 2018 ‘privacy paradox’

There's a "privacy paradox" surrounding data collection for profit, where data needs to be used to enrich people's experiences without betraying their trust, according to the annual report from digital guru Mary Meeker.

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01/06/2018  |  Full story...

SEMrush study: searches for GDPR increase 700% in run up to implementation date

As the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force this week, searches on the subject increased by 700% globally in the last year. Around the world, Google searches for GDPR increased from 250,000 to more than 2 million, according to new data from online marketing platform, SEMrush.

25/05/2018  |  Full story...

Only 2% of UK Consumers consider GDPR to be NOT Important

Following Mark Zuckerberg’s meeting with the EU Parliament and GDPR coming into force, new research shows that consumers across the UK overwhelmingly describe GDPR as being extremely or very important to them in relation to their digital lives (76%), and just 2% think it has no importance.

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24/05/2018  |  Full story...

AgeChecked teams up with Blockchain platform for age verification

AgeChecked, a solution provider for online retailers of age-restricted goods and services, has partnered up with Blockpass, a blockchain-based identity application, to offer users age verification certificates that enable them to prove their age when interacting or accessing services online.

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23/05/2018  |  Full story...

Online news trend: Quality journalism is winning the war on attention

There is a growing ‘premium' effect that is boosting the performance of ad campaigns when viewed within a high quality, trusted editorial environment, according to new research.

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22/05/2018  |  Full story...

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