Google Argument for Tracking: Advertisers Need It | RBDR

June 13, 2017. Today on RBDR:

1) Google wins acclaim for adding an ad blocker in its new browser, but is criticized for continued user tracking.
2) Facebook presents research proof that TV users in significant percentages (and numbers) turn their attention to Facebook whenever a commercial appears on a TV program.

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Bob Hoffman on advertiser delusions. Facial/emotional recognition in video games. (RBDR 03.03.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) Advertising expert Bob Hoffman outlines three delusions that advertisers have that are holding the industry back.

2) Affectiva incorporates its facial coding and emotion detection technologies into video games.

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