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Mobile gaming is a $68.5 billion global business, and investors are buying in – TechCrunch

More posts by this contributor Why non-internet companies are buying into adtech By the end of 2019, the global gaming…

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Most EU cookie ‘consent’ notices are meaningless or manipulative, study finds – TechCrunch

New research into how European consumers interact with the cookie consent mechanisms which have proliferated since a major update to…

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How US national security agencies hold the internet hostage – TechCrunch

Three of Google’s planned submarine cables are on indefinite hold while Team Telecom investigates Team Telecom, a shadowy US national…