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A Week on E-Commerce Times, Plus Recent Archives

  • House Passes Cybersecurity Bills Despite Privacy Fears
  • The Great Apple Watch Marketing Mystery
  • Comcast, Time Warner Cable Deal Undone
  • The Growing Robocall Menace
  • VCs Cough Up $100M for Cybersecurity Startup Illumio
  • Reports: Federal IT Managers Should Look Forward, Not Back
  • Sleek Ad Tailoring for Online Apparel Shoppers
  • Google Unleashes Mobilegeddon on Unprepared Websites
  • Nokia Scratches Smartphone Itch
  • Your Lawyer Is Vulnerable to Cyberattacks


  • Mayer Wins Concessions in Rejiggered Microsoft-Yahoo Deal
  • Jawbone Gets a Charge Out of Amex
  • GE Catches the Industrial Internet Wave
  • EC Officially Tosses Google Into Hot Soup
  • Industry Groups Lead Net Neutrality Lawsuit Parade
  • Ransomware Perps Put the Squeeze on Police
  • EFF Lambasts ESA for Hindering Video Game Preservation Efforts
  • Analysts Puzzle Over Apple Watch Preorder Figures
  • Investors Squirm as Zynga Founder Takes Back Reins
  • DEA Sued for Unconstitutional Phone Surveillance
  • Shopping for Algorithms and APIs in the Cloud
  • LinkedIn Links Up With Lynda
  • Comcast Joins Ultra-High-Speed Internet Race
  • Microsoft Plugs Over-the-Air TV Into Xbox One
  • FTC Upgrades IT to Protect Consumer Privacy, Data Security
  • YouTube Foists Deceptive Ads on Kids, Says Complaint
  • IBM, Apple Deepen Their Mobile Enterprise Incursion
  • Apple TV Won't Go Out on 4K Limb
  • Commerce Department Embarks on Data Revolution
  • EC Greases Its Google Antitrust Gears
  • When Internet Speed Kills Reliability
  • Top Talent Jumps on Tidal Wave
  • IBM Aims to Harness Internet of Things
  • Amazon Wants to Help Clean Your House
  • The Futility of the Strong Password Solution
  • BlackBerry's Q4 Profit Small Comfort as Revenue Slips
  • Mobile Banking on a Tear, Says Fed
  • Amazon Fires 1st Shot in Storage Price War
  • FTC Blasts WSJ's 'Misleading Narrative' on Google
  • Google Glass Should Stay Gone
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    Is native advertising good for journalism?
    Yes -- It's a reasonable source of additional revenue for media outlets to support their traditional editorial efforts.
    Yes -- Paid-for articles can contain useful information, but readers might bypass them if they look too much like ads.
    Maybe -- But only if it's clearly labeled as paid-for content.
    No -- I don't trust any information from media outlets that cloak paid-for content as objective journalism.
    No -- Native advertising is confusing and devious, and it threatens the fabric of traditional journalism.
    I Don't Know -- I don't understand what native advertising is.
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