Street Fight Daily: Verizon Fined By FCC for Tracking Consumers, Will Google+ Be Resurrected?

Street Fight Daily: Verizon Fined By FCC for Tracking Consumers, Will Google+ Be Resurrected? March 8, 2016 by The Editors Leave a Comment Filed Under: Headlines A roundup of today’s big stories in hyperlocal publishing, marketing, commerce, and technology… FCC Drops the Hammer on Verizon Over ‘Supercookie’ Usage (The Next Web) Verizon has been using a so-called “supercookie” to track users.Read the full article


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