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Are You Giving Away Unauthorized Internet Access on Your Office?

It might be the season for giving, but that shouldn’t include unauthorized access to your office’s Wi-Fi network. It might seem a bit old-fashioned to be worried about giving away wireless Internet. But what if your office is running on a data cap? Those unauthorized megabytes can add up quickly – and expensively. And there’s …

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Google Ad Manager, AdMob add support for app-ads.txt, to start blocking unauthorized ad serving for publishers this month

New app-ads.txt tabs in the Google Ad Manager and AdMob interfaces will show errors and issues to address in publishers’ files. Google Ad Manager and AdMob, Google’s mobile ad network, now support app-ads.txt, the anti-ad fraud protocol for app publishers. The company announced Tuesday that beginning August 27, Google Ad Manager and AdMob will block …

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Unauthorized Alexa conversation recording unnerved owner, called a mistake by Amazon

Amazon Echo, housing the Alexa intelligent agent When it comes to next-generation technologies, like AI, the discussion is binary. The boosters, industry insiders and developers, see the social benefits, while detractors only half-jokingly predict Terminator-style dystopian futures. Could both be right? Can social and consumer benefits exist even as these new technologies lead to civil …

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With 54% of comScore 1000 publishers adopting ads.txt, OpenX says it will start banning unauthorized inventory

New numbers from ad exchange OpenX further point to deepening adoption of ads.txt and changing programmatic practices. OpenX reports that 54 percent of the comScore 1000 had implemented ads.txt on their sites by mid-January. That’s up from 7 percent in August, when ads.txt adoption was slow to scale. The analysis by OpenX focuses on the largest …

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Nearly 80% of consumers would end brand relationship over unauthorized data usage

As we approach implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe and brace for its repercussions in the US, privacy is on the minds of many brands and marketers. A new survey from SAP Hybris finds that a majority of US consumers (71 percent) will share their personal information but are also concerned …

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