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Longtail UX, an Australian startup which improves website ranking and ad performance on Google has secured $2.5 million in new funding  to expand into the US and UK markets. The amount puts the company’s value at $25 million. YOUR CHANCE TO WIN! : Take our 10-minute survey about marketing technology

As a practitioner, I hated the first week of the month. It meant I had to lead my team of smart, capable marketing analysts through a never ending, difficult slog known as… REPORTING WEEK. Ah, yes. If you’ve served marketing analytics in any capacity, you’ll know what I mean. The

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Apple has once again exerted its control over its mobile operating system to limit data collection in the name of improved user privacy. During its WWDC event this week Apple unveiled a single sign-in function, which is pitched as a privacy-focused alternative to Google and Facebook logins. The “Sign in

All four US consumer tech giants — Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple — are facing a new antitrust probe conducted by the US Congress. The House Judiciary Committee announced on Monday it would launch a broad investigation to determine if dominant firms are engaging in anti-competitive conduct, and whether or

The US Justice Department is reportedly setting up an investigation into Google to examine if its businesses have breached antitrust laws. The Wall Street Journal reported the department’s antitrust division has been laying the groundwork for the investigation in recent weeks. The work follows after an agreement with the Federal

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The ACCC is debating whether current competition laws need to be amended to deal with the deep pockets of Facebook and Google and their tendency to buy smaller companies which one day could rival their own businesses. This is a part of the consumer watchdog’s current digital platform inquiry into

It is twelve months since GDPR came into force, but you need to look back a little further to really appreciate why the world is now very different for marketers than it was a year and a day ago. And why it risks becoming toxic for advertising technology and marketing

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Google, Amazon, Twitter, Facebook and Microsoft have committed to the Christchurch Call, a pledge by governments and technology companies alike to stop terrorist and extremist violence online. The companies have committed to five individual actions and four collaborative actions. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today for the

Melbourne-based startup A Cloud Guru has raised USD$33 million (AUD$46.8 million) to expand its global presence. The round was led by led by US-based growth equity firm Summit Partners, alongside Australia’s AirTree Ventures and existing investor Elephant. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital

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Over the past two years software company Zoho has removed all third party cookies from its sites as it strengthens its user privacy procedures and policies. Sign up to Which-50’s Digital Marketing Newsletter Nominate today for the Which-50 Digital Experience Awards. Simple. Fast. Easy. “We don’t use any third party