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    WASHINGTON -- U.S. consumer prices continue to climb sharply while weekly jobless claims are falling, according to two pieces of economic data released by the Department of Labor on Thursday.The Consumer Price Index, which measures what consumers pay for everyday goods and services and is often looked at as an inflation barometer, jumped 5% over the last 12 months --...
    VIDEO10:2910:29J.P. Morgan's Joyce Chang: Europe will catch-up in the third-quarterClosing Bell U.S. stock futures were little changed in overnight trading on Tuesday, after the Dow's worst day since February. Dow futures fell 30 points. S&P 500 futures dropped 0.12% and Nasdaq 100 futures slipped 0.14%. On Tuesday, technology stocks fell but eventually recovered, spurring selling in the broader market. The...
                        As time expired in the Florida legislative session, a consumer protection bill died. The bill, HB 969, would have given consumers more control over data collected by large companies and would have required businesses in Florida to tell consumers what data has been collected and how it’ll be...
    TALLAHASSEE (CBSMiami/NSF) – Business lobbyists claimed victory Friday after the demise of a bill that would have given consumers more control over personal data collected by companies. The bill (HB 969), backed by House Speaker Chris Sprowls, R-Palm Harbor, drew heavy opposition from businesses, at least in part because it would have allowed civil lawsuits if companies collected and sold...
    Roku has warned customers that YouTube TV could soon be removed from its platform due to 'predatory' and 'anti-competitive' demands by Google.  Roku aired the details of its stalemate with Google in a scathing statement on Monday, claiming the tech giant has threatened to end their carriage agreement for YouTube TV unless Roku grants preferential access to its consumer data...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) – The Florida House resoundingly approved a consumer privacy bill on Wednesday, giving the public an opportunity to regain ownership of the personal data collected by companies and the right to sue companies for mishandling information in a marketplace where consumers themselves have become lucrative commodities. The state Senate is expected to soon take up the House bill,...
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Big Data won a key concession from Florida lawmakers Tuesday when it persuaded a legislative committee to defang a proposal advertised by Gov. Ron DeSantis as a call to arms against tech giants’ unfettered powers to share and sell consumers’ personal information. Intense lobbying from business advocates prompted lawmakers to strip away a provision that would...
    What is Data Driven Marketing and what are its greatest advantages of use? For Izertis, one of the main advantages of digital marketing is the amount of data that we are able to obtain from the actions we carry out, but this data is obtained after the launch of a digital strategy. And this is where Data Driven Marketing appears,...
                        Virginia now has consumer data protection laws after Governor Ralph Northam signed HB 2307. Out of 139 legislators in the General Assembly, only 15 voted against the Consumer Data Protection Act. According to legal site JDSupra, that makes Virginia the second state (after California) to pass such a...
    DHS secretary visits border amid influx of asylum seekers Real Water, billed as ‘healthiest drinking water,’ linked to liver illness How Antenna's Subscription Data Decodes Streamers' Success. Illustration by Mattias Adolfsson Last summer, Disney CEO Bob Chapek called the Disney+ debut of the filmed version of Broadway musical Hamilton “a huge success.” Just how successful? Disney, like many of...
    Legislation to ensure consumers have greater control and privacy over their personal data was signed into law by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam. Senate Bill 1392 and House Bill 2307, which garnered substantial bipartisan support, provide consumers with the right to access their data, delete their data, object to data processing and grant control over data recertification. The bills put...
    As a new company, NielsenIQ sets out to transform its business and define the future of commerce. Today NielsenIQ begins a new phase as an independent company with the closing of its acquisition by Advent International in partnership with incoming CEO James “Jim” Peck. As an independent company, NielsenIQ is best positioned to accelerate your transformation and strengthen its position...
    The three biggest credit reporting agencies caused more angst for consumers last year than even old standbys like debt collectors, a new study finds. As the pandemic shredded the financial picture for many Americans, complaints about the behavior of financial companies to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau more than doubled in 2020. That's according to the U.S. PIRG Education Fund, which...
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    By HYUNG JUN LEE of Capital News Service RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The General Assembly is advancing legislation that allows Virginia consumers more protection with their online data, though opponents say the measure does not include the ability for people to file private lawsuits against companies that breach the proposed law. The measure is known as the Consumer Data Protection...
    TikTok is under fire in Europe amid a growing backlash against the data collection policies of big tech and social media. The region’s leading consumer advocacy group, BEUC, has filed a complaint against the Chinese-owned app with the EU’s network of consumer protection authorities. It claims TikTok is violating the bloc’s stringent data privacy laws, known as the GDPR, through...
    Sometimes, looking into the nebula of the general conditions of use (T & Cs), jargon and often illegible document of several pages that must be accepted to access the service, reserves some nasty surprises. This is the finding established by the European Bureau of Consumers’ Unions (BEUC), about the social network TikTok, which claims 800 million users worldwide, and...
    Tallahassee (CBSMiami) – Gov. Ron DeSantis and House Speaker Chris Sprowls continued their push against big technology companies Monday, introducing legislation focused on data privacy and security. The proposal (HB 969), sponsored by Rep. Fiona McFarland, is intended to allow consumers to request to delete or correct certain personal information, require businesses to allow consumers to “opt out” of the...
    Voice of America News (VOA) reported Monday that a theory about the curious disappearance of Chinese billionaire Jack Ma is growing in credibility among foreign observers: the true goal of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is pressuring Ma into handing over the vast trove of consumer credit data accumulated by his Alibaba e-commerce company and its titanic financial services offshoot,...
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    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — In the state that is home to Silicon Valley and serves as the headquarters for Google, Facebook and other tech titans, voters strengthened data privacy protections by approving a ballot measure that supporters tout as a model for other states. California became the first state to pass a sweeping digital privacy law in 2018, viewed as...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) —  California voters appeared to be heavily in favor of Proposition 24, which would bolster consumer privacy laws. Prop. 24, also known as the Consumer Personal Information Law and Agency Initiative, was passing by a margin of 56.09% to 43.91% with 71% of precincts reporting Wednesday morning. If passed, Prop. 24 would expand and amend the provisions...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Among the one dozen propositions under consideration by California voters in the 2020 Election is Proposition 24, also known as the Consumer Personal Information Law and Agency Initiative. If passed, the proposition would would expand and amend the provisions of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 and bolster the state’s consumer data privacy laws, including...
    Proposition 24 is meant to keep businesses out of your digital data and increase consumer privacy, but it has a surprising list of opponents.The initiative gives consumers the opportunity to opt out of data sharing.A San Francisco real estate developer is behind this initiative, saying it goes further than the 2018 state law.The legislature passed the California Consumer Privacy Act...
    Proposition 24 lets consumers prevent businesses from sharing personal information, correct inaccurate personal information, and limit businesses’ use of “sensitive personal information,” including precise geolocation, race, ethnicity, and health information. It establishes the California Privacy Protection Agency. It will increase annual state costs of at least $10 million, but unlikely exceeding low tens of millions of dollars, to enforce expanded...
    A look back at the Million Man March, 25 years later Grocery stores prepare for a 2nd wave of pandemic panic shopping Stock Market Today: Cheerful Consumer Data Gives Stocks a Small Bump A bevy of positive headlines didn't launch stocks to the moon, but they did at least manage to end losing streaks in a couple of the...
    Proposition 24 on the November ballot is pitched as an expansion of California’s already robust consumer data privacy law, an iron cuff on the claws of companies that profit handsomely from tracking and selling your online search, travel and purchase habits to marketers. But the technology giants seemingly square in its sights — the likes of Facebook, Amazon and Google...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- As original RealID deadline passes, Californians have an extra year to apply for new identification cardsToday would have been the start date for needing a RealID, but, due to the coronavirus pandemic, that date has been pushed back a year.New federal law requires more stringent identity-verification documentation when applying for an identification card that would allow...
    Waring Abbott | Getty After spending more throughout the summer as economies reopened and stimulus checks hit their bank accounts, U.S. consumers have again started rein in their budgets on everything from lawnmowers to movie rentals. JPMorgan, which tracks the amount its card users purchase from restaurants to grocery stores, said in a note published Friday that its tracker of...
    Is the fact that internet firms have overtaken the Western media ecosystem actually bad for our society? Perhaps it is for the best, in that it breaks the more traditional centralization of content creation? In fact, most of the appeal of social media originates from its capacity to connect us with issues and ideas that matter in our individual lives—issues...
    Madrid, Aug 9 (EFE) .- The markets will be alert this week to macroeconomic indicators such as retail sales in the United States in July and consumer and investor confidence in the euro area in August, and the possibility that a new stimulus package is approved in the US The US retail sales data will be released on Friday and...
    Consumer spending data from JPMorgan indicates that the economic recovery has been stuck in neutral since mid-June, mirroring data of weekly jobless claims and hours worked by service sector employees. The chart, which measures use of select Chase credit and debit cards, showed that spending has been roughly 10% or more below its 2019 levels for over a month after...
    New York (CNN Business)TikTok is scrambling to keep its American presence alive, and Microsoft has emerged as a potential, albeit unlikely, savior. Microsoft (MSFT) on Sunday said it is pushing forward with talks to acquire TikTok, following a conversation between CEO Satya Nadella and President Donald Trump, who previously threatened to ban the app in the United States. The transaction...
    At first glance, a Microsoft acquisition of TikTok seems a little unusual. Microsoft has spent years walking back consumer plays like the Groove Music service, the Kinect Xbox accessory, its Microsoft Band fitness device, Windows Phone, and more recently the Mixer streaming service. Microsoft has been favoring its enterprise software and services, and even Cortana has transitioned to be productivity-focused....
    Hillsborough State AG arrests Tampa teenager for masterminding Twitter hack Earnings: Housing is on fire, but apparel and restaurants are struggling Stocks mostly negative despite Big Tech’s blowout earnings MARKET SNAPSHOT © Getty Images Stocks traded mostly lower Friday, weighed down by a mixed batch of earnings results, disappointing economic data and a lack of progress on Capitol Hill...
    Buffalo Bills G Jon Feliciano could miss entire 2020 NFL season These Bikini Trimmers Will Leave Your Skin Unbelievably Soft Stocks turn negative despite Big Tech’s blowout earnings MARKET SNAPSHOT © Getty Images Stocks traded lower Friday, weighed down by a mixed batch of earnings results, disappointing economic data and a lack of progress on Capitol Hill toward another...
    Louisville mayor to be investigated for handling of Breonna Taylor case You have to wear a face mask if you shop at these stores Dow Ends Down as Consumer Sentiment Slumps - Netflix Tumbles Stocks ended mixed Friday as U.S. consumer sentiment slumped in July and the U.S. set another daily record for coronavirus infections. © TheStreet...
    FA Cup: Young coaches out to eclipse serial winner Guardiola Everything You Need to Know About Ophiuchus—the 13th Zodiac Sign Stocks Wobble as Consumer Sentiment Slumps, Netflix Tumbles Stocks were mixed Friday as U.S. consumer sentiment slumped in July and the United States set another daily record for coronavirus infections. © TheStreet Stocks Wobble as Consumer Sentiment...
    Ajit Pai is a lawyer, which begs the question: What exactly IS intelligence? One of the grand tricks the telecom industry was able to achieve by getting its henchman, Ajit Pai, into the majority chairman position in the FCC was to kill net neutrality protections. The most special part of this was Pai’s argument that the FCC did not have...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The reopening of businesses shut due to the coronavirus pandemic is fueling optimism on Wall Street that the U.S. economy is on the path to recovering from a steep recession. How quickly that recovery happens hinges on the outbreak subsiding and on Americans feeling confident and safe enough to return to their pre-lockdown habits. For...
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