Stays sections of guidelines that would have stopped TAM India from publishing audience data.
Ipsos says allegations of skewed data are “unjustifiable and not based on facts”.
WPP chief says businesses and government have to work harder to show benefits of data collection.
French data protection authority slaps internet giant with €150,000 fine.
AEPD says Google “does not give users enough information” about what data it collects and why.
Alleged masterminds of multi-million rupee Speak Asia ‘fraud’ arrested in past few weeks.
Apple request for summary judgement ends in victory over consumer group.
US — Google has agreed a $17m settlement with 37 state attorneys general, plus the District of Columbia, in connection with its alleged circumventing of Safari users’ privacy settings.
Sale and data licencing deal to keep ESPN’s Project Blueprint alive post-Arbitron.
But Facebook says the allegations – that it profits from private message data – are “without merit”.
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says sale would likely result in a “substantial lessening of competition in the national market”.
District Court judge holds to original decision in ongoing court battle between competing media analytics providers.
Aggregator of in-market automotive shopper behaviour investigated for tracking websites visited by consumers without their notice and consent.