Today on RBDR:

1) Attempts by Google and Oracle to investigate potential jurors on the Internet using information collected from a questionnaire was ruled out by a federal judge overseeing a suit over Java application programming interface copyrights.

2) Germany’s cartel office is investigating Facebook’s data collection methods for their openness with users as well as anti-competitiveness.

3) Ad-blocking on a global basis is gaining steam, according to quarter-by-quarter 2015 GlobalWebIndex studies.

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