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August 27, 2019

Google Proposes Tighter Standards Around Data Collected for Digital Ads (Digiday)

Google has planted another user data-privacy flag in the ground. Today, the tech giant has released a proposal for industry standards around what controls users should be given over their data for the purposes of digital advertising. Read more:

Facebook Unveils New Tools to Control How Websites Share Your Data for Ad-Targeting (TechCrunch)

Last year, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that the company would be creating a “Clear History” feature that deletes the data that third-party websites and apps share with Facebook. Today, the company is actually launching that feature in select geographies. Read more:

LinkedIn Publishes New Guide on How to Make Best Use of LinkedIn Live (Social Media Today)

You may not have access to the option as yet, but LinkedIn is slowly looking to expand the usage of its live-streaming option, LinkedIn Live, after its initial launch to selected US users back in February. And this week, LinkedIn has published a new, 13-page guide of tips and tricks on how to make best use of LinkedIn Live, which includes a range of helpful broadcast notes that can actually be applied beyond the platform itself. Read more:

Twitter Blocks State-Controlled Media Outlets from Advertising on Its Social Network (TechCrunch)

Twitter is now blocking state-run media outlets from advertising on its platform. The new policy was announced just hours after the company identified an information operation involving hundreds of accounts linked to China as part of an effort to “sow political discord” around events in Hong Kong after weeks of protests in the region. Read more:

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