The Trustworthy Accountability Group (TAG) awarded its first set of "Certified Against Malware" Seals to nine companies that have implemented its anti-malware standards. The initial recipients of theseal are AppNexus, DataXu, Google, LKQD, OpenX, Publishers Clearing House, Rocket Fuel, Sovrn, and The Media Trust.
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OCTOBER 15, 2013
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NYS Entity Type
FOREIGN BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - GERALD T. REILLY & COMPANY, CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, INC.
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- Industry Group Awards Nine Companies 'Certified Against Malware' Seals
Monday Jul 31, 2017
- The Light Of Public Scrutiny Burns Bright
By Andy Segedin - Monday Jul 17, 2017
Whether you like it or not, your organization is not immune from the kind of scrutiny concerning organizational expenses that Wounded Warrior Project was slammed…
- J.P. O’Reilly’s Burgers Recalled Because They’re Secretly Bacon Cheeseburgers
By Laura Northrup - Friday Aug 11, 2017
Many people like bacon and cheese on their burgers, but for whatever reason — allergy, religion, taste — plenty more don’t. And so the company behind the J.P. O’Reilly’s brand is recalling two tons of surprise! bacon cheeseburgers in six states for “misbranding.”What to look for The burgers came in a 12-patty “family pack” that weighs 4 pounds. Look …
- Snap stock is tanking again after user growth slows down
By Christopher Zara - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
This is not good news for Snap Inc. The parent company of Snapchat saw its shares tumble in after-hours trading today after it reported disappointing user growth in its Q2 2017 earnings. It’s only the second earnings report since Snap went public in March, and hopes for a turnaround are deteriorating. Shares fell to $11.90 after … Continue reading “Snap stock is tanking again after user growth slows down”
This is not good news for Snap Inc. The parent company of Snapchat saw its shares tumble in after-hours trading today after it reported disappointing user growth in its Q2 2017 earnings. It’s only the second earnings report since Snap went public in March, and hopes for a turnaround are deteriorating. Shares fell to $11.90 after hours, an all-time low. Snap debuted on the NYSE at $17 a share. It fell below that price a month ago and hasn’t recovered. The company reported daily active users growth of 7 million to 173 million total, but analysts were expecting about 8 million new users, CNBC reports. You can check out Snap’s full earnings release here. We’ll have more after the call later today.
- HiQ wins court round against LinkedIn
By Thomas Lee - Tuesday Aug 15, 2017
In granting HiQ Labs Inc.’s request for a preliminary injunction, U.S. District Judge Edward Chen said the company presented convincing arguments that LinkedIn’s primary motivation was to shut down a competitor rather than protect user privacy as the social media giant had claimed.In recent years, Silicon Valley’s most powerful companies have been cracking down on firms they suspect of “data scraping,” the practice of extracting information from social media accounts or websites such as Yelp or Wikipedia.LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook view scraping of the data generated by their users not just as theft — they sometimes charge to license data — but also as a violation of their users’ privacy.Data analytics has becoming a rapidly growing industry as companies seek ways to analyze large amounts of information so they can make smarter business decisions.Since Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have collected an enormous amount of user data, they have sought to control access to it, even though that information is often public.Famed Harvard law Professor Laurence Tribe is advising HiQ.
- The London Fire and the Privatization of Public Housing
By Spencer Wells - Friday Jun 16, 2017
Many died in a high-rise, public housing fire in London where tenants had been organizing for safer conditions but nobody listened. Who is accountable—the private management and development company or the local government that outsourced the function?