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Saturday, 19 April 2014

TAM gets further reprieve on Indian TV ratings guidelines


High Court now to rule in July on rules that restrict cross-holdings of 10% or more between ratings companies and advertising agencies.

Delhi High Court hits pause on TV ratings restrictions


Stays sections of guidelines that would have stopped TAM India from publishing audience data.

Nielsen and comScore reach agreement on LinkMeter


Sale and data licencing deal to keep ESPN’s Project Blueprint alive post-Arbitron.

Google appeals against French privacy rap – report


Internet giant challenges €150,000 fine, issued over privacy policy concerns.

Lawsuit claims Facebook 'mines' private messages


But Facebook says the allegations – that it profits from private message data – are “without merit”.

TV ratings row breaks out in Egypt


Ipsos says allegations of skewed data are “unjustifiable and not based on facts”.

Opt-out no longer acceptable, says Sorrell


WPP chief says businesses and government have to work harder to show benefits of data collection.

Third Euro rap for Google over privacy policy


French data protection authority slaps internet giant with €150,000 fine.

Google fined €900k by Spanish Data Protection Agency


AEPD says Google “does not give users enough information” about what data it collects and why.