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  1. Demographics and Interests: Coming to a Google Analytics Profile Near You

    https://' : 'http://') + 'stats.g.doubleclick.net/dc.js'; I was really excited to see some new information in one of my Google Analytics profiles this week. What wasn’t so exciting is that out of the approximately 20 profiles I flit between, only...

  2. FTC Giving Native Advertising a Closer Look

    The Federal Trade Commission will host a workshop on December 4, 2013 in Washington, DC to examine the practice of blending advertisements with news, entertainment, and other content in digital media, referred to as "native advertising" or...

  3. SEMPO Appeals to FTC for Updated Search Engine Disclosure Guidelines

    Washington, DC 20580 Search marketing industry association SEMPO has appealed to the FTC for a review and revision of the 2002 guidelines for search engine disclosure of paid advertisements in search results.

  4. SEMPO Tells Government: Don't Censor Search Engines

    Chairman Jon Leibowitz Federal Trade Commission 600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NWWashington, DC 20580 In response to the U.S. FTC's antitrust probe into Google, the search marketing organization SEMPO issues a statement to the FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz...

  5. Being Bad For Great Justice: A New Privacy Scandal Rocks Second Life

    They're also fashioning their personas after DC superheroes, whilst violating DC's IP rights, and they are well, well through the looking glass in terms of how seriously they take their roleplay. In keeping with the tradition of "skip a week and...

  6. Google Logo Honors Mobile Inventor Alexander Calder

    There is a room set aside in the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. If you’re wondering what the logo is on Google today, it's a mobile – perhaps you have memories of one hanging above your crib, or maybe even one hanging above your own...

  7. Did Senator Wyden Save The Internet?

    There is - well make that was - a new internet censorship bill being considered in Washington DC - Combating Online Infringements and Counterfeits Act (COICA) - that would have allowed the Justice Department to use court orders to shut down...