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CNET • Sean Hollister
Yahoo and AOL just gave themselves the right to read your emails (again) - CNET
CNET • Sean Hollister
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CNET • Sean Hollister
Yahoo and AOL just gave themselves the right to read your emails (again) - CNET
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This Startup Investor Wants to Prove That 'Nice Girls' Don't Have to Finish Last
Entrepreneur Magazine • Jessica Abo
In online advertising, focus on results more than process: MainAd execs
Business Standard • Ritwik Sharma
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The New York TimesCecilia Kang
WASHINGTON — AT&T’s chief executive, Randall Stephenson, on Thursday attacked the Justice Department’s lawsuit to block its merger with Time Warner, saying that a combined company would be no different from the Silicon Valley giants that make and distribute video content. As...
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Oath’s new privacy policy allows it to scan your Yahoo and AOL mail for targeted advertising
The VergeAndrew Liptak
This month, Oath updated its privacy policies, which grants the company the right to scan your AOL and Yahoo email for the purposes of tailoring ads for users Verizon acquired Yahoo in 2016, and brought AOL and Yahoo together under an unfortunately...
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Yahoo and AOL just gave themselves the right to read your emails (again) - CNET
CNETSean Hollister
Oath, the media division of Verizon that runs both AOL and Yahoo, is finally unifying the privacy policy of its two giant legacy Internet brands. That means an updated set of privacy terms and policies for hundreds of millions of users. And...
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Yahoo and AOL just gave themselves the right to read your emails (again) - CNET
CNETSean Hollister
Oath, the media division of Verizon that runs both AOL and Yahoo, is finally unifying the privacy policy of its two giant legacy Internet brands. That means an updated set of privacy terms and policies for hundreds of millions of users. And...
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Yahoo and AOL just gave themselves the right to read your emails (again) - CNET
CNETSean Hollister
Oath, the media division of Verizon that runs both AOL and Yahoo, is finally unifying the privacy policy of its two giant legacy Internet brands. That means an updated set of privacy terms and policies for hundreds of millions of users. And...
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Yahoo and AOL just gave themselves the right to read your emails (again) - CNET
CNETSean Hollister
Oath, the media division of Verizon that runs both AOL and Yahoo, is finally unifying the privacy policy of its two giant legacy Internet brands. That means an updated set of privacy terms and policies for hundreds of millions of users. And...
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This Startup Investor Wants to Prove That 'Nice Girls' Don't Have to Finish Last
Entrepreneur MagazineJessica Abo
Fran Hauser has held senior positions at some of the world's largest digital media businesses, including Time Inc.'s People, InStyle and Entertainment Weekly, as well as Moviefone and AOL. Today, she's a busy angel investor who is passionate about investing in female...
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In online advertising, focus on results more than process: MainAd execs
Business StandardRitwik Sharma
Attribution is the difference between working in a proper way or messing up in programmatic, Marino Gualano and Larraine Criss tell Ritwik Sharma. How has been your journey in India? Marino Gualano: We have been in India for 10 since and have...
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After Cohen Raid, Trump Considers Who To Fire
yahoo.comLauren Weber
More TOP STORIES (Get this roundup directly in your inbox each weekday ― sign up for The Morning Email here.) TRUMP NARROWS IN ON ROD ROSENSTEIN After the Deputy Attorney General signed off on the FBI raids of Trump’s personal lawyer Michael...
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Digital advertising special: $500 flat rate for 90 days of ads
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