Digital sharing plans probably makes more sense for multimedia content (i.e. Netflix, Hulu) than it does for mobile data.
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Netflix is being sued by an interactive TV solutions provider over at least seven U.S. patents regarding digital rights management and how viewer data is used.
Executives from the likes of Netflix and StubHub discuss how using big data in the sports and entertainment industries can add value to their businesses.
How dare US company Netflix damn New Zealand's internet as being too poor and ridden with data caps!
It has become known that sensitive data plugged into mobile apps are at risk. According to the computer security firm viaForensics, LinkedIn, Netflix, Foursquare and Square are the biggest culprits.
Dare Obasanjo on AttentionTrust: The notion of mobile attention data basically requires Web companies like Netflix & Amazon to give up what for them is a key competitive advantage. It makes no business sense for them to want to that.
Clickz now publishes a monthly roundup of the largest Web advertisers for a given month. The data, provided by TNS Media Intelligence, shows that in April 2005 Tickle, Vonage, South Beach Diet, LowerMyBills, HP VAR Computers and Netflix all spent more than $10 mln on online advertising.
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