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The cookie hasn't died...yet

The cookie hasn't died...yet

Saturday 26 May 2012. A date which will live in infamy.

Twitter to use web browsing history to target promoted tweets

Twitter to use web browsing history to target promoted tweets

Twitter is set to follow Google and Facebook into ad targeting, by allowing brands to use tweeters' web browsing histories

Twitter to rollout ad retargeting in the US for brands

Twitter to rollout ad retargeting in the US for brands

Twitter has announced plans to improve its targeting capabilities in the US by using information from cookies and users' email

Google hit with record $22.5m fine for Safari tracking

Google hit with record $22.5m fine for Safari tracking

Google has agreed to pay a record $22.5m (£14.5m) fine from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to settle charges that

Trade bodies ready consumer campaign on behavioural advertising

Trade bodies ready consumer campaign on behavioural advertising

European advertising industry bodies are preparing to launch a pan-European consumer advertising campaign to boost education and awareness about online

Think BR: Consumers are ready for an open dialogue about online advertising and privacy

Think BR: Consumers are ready for an open dialogue about online advertising and privacy

Consumers are ready for an open dialogue about online advertising and privacy, writes Carl White, chief executive, ValueClick Europe, and

Twelve months on and the ICO is ready to enforce 'cookie' law

Twelve months on and the ICO is ready to enforce 'cookie' law

ABC Interaction 2012: David Evans, group manager, business & industry, Information Commissioners Office (ICO) says it now expects more from

Keep public onside amid opt-out countdown

Keep public onside amid opt-out countdown

In about six months, roughly when Britain takes delivery of the Olympic Flame, advertisers and online businesses are expected to

Few consumers on warpath after cookies law change

Few consumers on warpath after cookies law change

The Information Commissioner's Office has received just three complaints about the use of cookies in the past three weeks since

Adland offered assurances on cookies but tensions remain

Adland offered assurances on cookies but tensions remain

The British Government has stressed that the advertising industry will not have to gain "prior consent" from internet users before