FTC Stops, Fines Manufacturer Spying on 11 Million TV Owners | RBDR

February 9, 2017. Today on RBDR:

1) The Federal Trade Commission reached settlement with U.S. TV manufacturer Vizio, fining it $2.2 million for its data collection from its 11 million TV owners and selling the data.

2) A Bain & Co. project discovers that advertising recall is less with digital media than with traditional media.

3) BlueVenn, an international technology company, reports that U.S. and UK marketers are most intent on developing internal data analysis skills (72%) in the next two years than their social media skills (65%).

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