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Website and mobile app accessibility is a priority after Supreme Court ruling – Econsultancy

The virtues of accessibility are well-established but many companies still fail to make accessibility a priority when developing websites and mobile apps. In the US, however, companies are being forced to view accessibility in a new light in the wake of a US Supreme Court decision that will force a major pizza chain to defend …

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EU ruling forces social media firms to take down illegal content worldwide

Facebook has pledged to fight an EU ruling that would compel it to globally remove content deemed to be illegal in certain jurisdictions. The latest ruling from the European Court of Justice has concluded that social media firms such as Facebook can be compelled to globally remove content that violates local laws. Currently, material that …

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Craig ‘Satoshi’ Wright to appeal $5B bitcoin court ruling

Craig Wright, the man who on several occasions has claimed to be bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto, is appealing a court ruling that ordered him to hand over around $5 billion in bitcoin to the estate of former business partner David Kleiman. Southern District Court of Florida magistrate Bruce Reinhart ruled in late August that Wright (pictured) should not …

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Why a French ruling against a small mobile ad firm has ad tech on the defensive

Earlier this month, French data authority CNIL put French ad tech company Vectaury on notice for violating consent-gathering rules under Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Vectaury collects geolocation data through behind-the-scenes methods such as software development kits (SDKs) and real-time ad bidding (RTB) for mobile ad targeting purposes. The company specializes in mobile advertising aimed at …

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EU Commission Ruling and 20% Lower CPCs for Google Shopping

This post is shared with you from Stefan Stopper, Account Strategist at Smarter Ecommerce (@smec), and speaker at Hero Conf London. In June 2017, the EU Commission sentenced Google to pay a fine of 2.4 billion euros. Now, up to 5% of Google’s daily revenue is at stake if they fail to make their Google …

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