District Court judge holds to original decision in ongoing court battle between competing media analytics providers.
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.
MEPs vote in favour of giving everyone “the right to have their personal data erased if he/she requests it”.
US — Cross-device tracking is in the crosshairs of Senator Ed Markey (pictured), who has written to the Federal Trade Commission’s chairwoman Edith Ramirez to request an investigation.
US — The former controller of market research and brand strategy firm Rothstein-Tauber Inc (RTI) has been sentenced to four and a half years in prison for embezzling more than $3.4m from the firm.
Aggregator of in-market automotive shopper behaviour investigated for tracking websites visited by consumers without their notice and consent.
DIY survey software provider claims it’s owed money for sample provision and survey verification software subscription.
US — A district court judge, who earlier this month dismissed patent and trade secrets claims in a dispute between TRA and Kantar, has moved to withdraw her previous order and to strike it from the record.
US — A class-action lawsuit brought against Google, WPP and others, seeking damages from the companies for allegedly circumventing the privacy settings of Safari browser users, has been dismissed by a federal judge.