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PRIVACY: Last-minute provision in California data-privacy bill may actually create a marketplace that values personal information, observers say; also nonprofits not covered?

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GDPR and ITEGA

LINK: Running references to GDPR resources  Has the GDPR law actually gotten European news outlets to cut down on rampant third-party cookies and content on their sites? It seems so  | Nieman Lab | Aug. 15, 2018 "Understanding GDPR" -- a Swiss tech company's founder...

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Amazon Forecast to Be No. 3 Digital Advertising Player in 2018

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Project Feels: How USA Today, ESPN and The New York Times are targeting ads to mood - Digiday

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How Apple's Safari browser will try to thwart data tracking

https://apnews.com/98a66a02aa984fc5aa0995005c72b86e

Apple, Firefox tools aim to thwart Facebook, Google tracking

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The Game is Rigged: Congress Invites No Consumer Privacy Advocates to its Consumer Privacy Hearing

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/09/12/technology/kids-apps-data-privacy-google-twitter.html

How Game Apps That Captivate Kids Have Been Collecting Their Data