What We're Reading 4-24-12

What We're Reading

FTC.gov:  FTC Announces Schedule for Reviewing Regulations

As part of the Federal Trade Commission's systematic review of all current FTC rules and guides, the agency is announcing its updated 10-year review schedule.

 

Reuters.com:  Facebook advertisers lose bid for class status

Facebook Inc, which runs the world's largest social networking website, won a court ruling on Friday rejecting a bid by thousands of advertisers to sue the company as a group for overcharging them.

 

The New York Times:  Facebook Offers More Disclosure to Users

Facebook, seeking to address concerns about the personal information it collects on its users, said Thursday that it would provide any user with more about the data it tracks and stores.

 

Mediapost.com:  ICANN Data Breach Stokes Domain Name Concerns

A recent security breach at the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers shows that the controversial domain expansion program is moving forward too quickly, the Association of National Advertisers says.

 

The New York Times:  Google Ordered to Stop Copyright Violations on YouTube

In a provisional victory for musicians, filmmakers and other creators of art and entertainment, a court in Hamburg on Friday ordered Google to install filters on its YouTube service in Germany to detect and stop people from gaining access to material for which they do not own the rights.

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