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Topic: Internet

Nielsen: Global Ad Spend Up 3.1% to $128 Billion

Internet leads channels in growth, lags in share

Between the Olympics and the U.S. presidential election, 2012 is a biggie for brands, so much so that they got out of hibernation early. The first quarter is usually quiet…

Groups Unveil Dueling Declarations of Internet Freedom

Principles meant to involve consumers, inform lawmakers

Washington seems to be in love with codes of conduct, bills of rights, and now declarations of Internet freedom. On the eve of July 4, policy influencers have come up…

Comcast Must Back Off Internet Speed Claims

Ad assertions examined after Verizon complaint

Comcast needs to slow down its advertising claims that its Xfinity Internet service is the "fastest in the nation," per a recommendation from the National Advertising Division, the ad industry's…

Seven Behavioral Ad Companies Called Out

All agree to make compliance changes

Seven companies from the online data targeting world were urged to modify the way they inform consumers and enable them to opt-out of behavioral ads in order to conform to…

Small Web Publishers Head to the Hill

Will push politicians to consider potential impacts of new Internet rules

Small Web publishers will descend on Washington in the first week of June (June 4-5) to play the economic hero card. They hope to make the case to politicians that…

Internet Week Brings Together the Brains, the Tech

Sessions, conferences kick off Monday throughout NYC

Internet Week, a slate of showcases, conferences and workshops around New York City spanning the depth and breadth of the tech industry, kicks off May 14. The annual gathering this year…

GroupM: Global Web Ad Spend Up 16 Percent in 2011

New research says marketers spent $84.8 billion

Internet advertising rose 16 percent to $84.8 billion in 2011, accounting for more than 17 percent of all global measured media spending according to new research from GroupM. The WPP Group…

New Service Delivers Broadcast TV on the Internet

Aereo aimed at cable TV cord cutters

A service aimed at cable TV cord cutters is set to launch in New York on March 14. The service, called Aereo, streams live broadcast TV channels to all Internet-enabled…

Privacy Firm TRUSTe Raises $15M in New Funding

Plans to expand products, globalize presence

To keep up with the privacy challenges that grow in lockstep with the booming data economy, privacy management firm TRUSTe today announced that it has raised $15 million in new…

ANA Offers Olive Branch to Icann

ANA proposal would set up "Do Not Sell" TLD list

The Association of National Advertisers offered a small olive branch to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, just three days before the organization is set to begin accepting…

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