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1 billion robocalls net $225M FCC fine that will likely never be collected

Getty Images | Juj Winn The Federal Communications Commission today proposed a $225 million fine for health-insurance telemarketers who “made approximately 1 billion spoofed robocalls across the country during the first four and a half months of 2019.” But the FCC’s track record in collecting on proposed fines is so poor that the fine is …

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Football plus fine arts leads to Spring Lake Heights digital marketer

Football plus fine arts leads to Spring Lake Heights digital marketer

CLOSE How to be a Jersey Shore Influencer: Food Edition brought together powerhouses to discuss how to stand out in the crowded digital age. Joseph Lamberti, Cherry Hill Courier-Post SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS – Growing up in Spring Lake Heights, Vincent “Vini” Iachetta Jr. was always into the arts, drawing and painting. He also loved football and played for …

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Email Deliverability Quarterly: 1st GDPR Fine, Google Supports BIMI, and More

Email deliverability is constantly changing, as inbox providers adjust their filtering algorithms, blacklists tweak their listing criteria, and consumers evolve their definition of spam. That’s why even the best email marketing programs suffer deliverability problems sometimes. To help you avoid trouble, the Email Deliverability Services team at Oracle Marketing Cloud (OMC) Consulting shares the latest …

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Anheuser-Busch, brand sponsorships, and esports: Jump in, the beer is fine

Joe Barnes didn’t have enough data to know if esports and Bud Light were a good mix. Market watches like Nielsen are paying attention to esports, but they don’t have nearly as much data as they do for mainstream media such as television. But Barnes, the head of experiential marketing at Bud Light, dove in …

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Mpow Flame Bluetooth earphones review: A fine budget option for exercise enthusiasts

A pair of exercise-oriented earphones only need to do a few things well in order to be a success. First, they need to serve up a brain-rattling amount of bass without swamping out the rest of the audio you’re listening to: sometimes a little extra thump is exactly what’s needed to power yourself to the …

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Digital Trends Live: YouTube Fine, Paying With Your Hand at Whole Foods

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Nicole Raney dig into the biggest trending stories in tech, including a $170 million dollar fine for YouTube over child privacy violations, Facebook’s decision to stop using facial recognition by default on your photos, the ability to pay at Whole Foods with just your …

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Google Gets $170M Fine and Pledges to Protect Children on YouTube. Will It Matter?

How much is $170 million? At first glance, it seems like a hefty fine—and it’s what the Federal Trade Commission ordered Google to pay as a settlement over complaints that YouTube had violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Rule, or COPPA. But is it really all that much? In April 2018, privacy advocacy groups filed …

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Google to pay up to $200M fine from the FTC for alleged YouTube violations [Update]

What you need to know A person familiar with the matter says Google has agreed to pay a fine to the FTC between $150 to $200 million. The fine is over allegations that YouTube violated the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act. The fine has been criticized as being too low and amounting to only “two …

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YouTube settlement with FTC includes $170M fine, changes to how it monetizes children’s content

YouTube has reached a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission and New York attorney general for allegedly violating the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), according to CNBC. The agreement includes a combined $170 million fine — $136 million to the FTC and $34 million to the New York attorney general — and requires YouTube …

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