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Google labels ACCC’s allegations as ‘narrow’ but will hand over 40 categories of evidence

At Australian Federal Court on Wednesday, Google was ordered to hand over evidence to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) in relation to the watchdog’s allegations that Google mishandled the location data of its users.

The evidence that is to be handed to the ACCC includes over 40 categories of information and data. 

Throughout the day, Google’s legal counsel Robert Yezerski told the court he was concerned that handing over the evidence via discovery would postpone the case’s decision as it is a time consuming and costly process. 

He also labelled the ACCC’s allegations as “very narrow” and brushed off any references to Google’s interface as being a “labyrinth of screens and processes”, explaining that the allegations were only applicable to certain Google account settings and certain screens. 

“The case is very narrow and it’s narrow in three particular respects. First it’s narrow because it’s limited to two Google

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Quadient Named Finalist in Two Categories in the Parcel and Postal Technology International Awards 2020

Paris, September 8, 2020

Quadient (Euronext Paris: QDT), a leader in helping businesses create meaningful customer connections through digital and physical channels, announces it has achieved finalist status in two categories in the Parcel and Postal Technology International (PPTI) Awards 2020 for its Parcel Pending Lite and CVP Everest solutions. The PPTI Awards recognize the latest developments in the postal sector.” data-reactid=”14″Quadient (Euronext Paris: QDT), a leader in helping businesses create meaningful customer connections through digital and physical channels, announces it has achieved finalist status in two categories in the Parcel and Postal Technology International (PPTI) Awards 2020 for its Parcel Pending Lite and CVP Everest solutions. The PPTI Awards recognize the latest developments in the postal

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App Annie: Game IQ is a taxonomy to help publishers understand mobile game categories

Biologists created a taxonomy of animals to help us understand the natural world better. Mobile insights and analytics firm App Annie is doing the same for games with the launch of Game IQ, a new taxonomy service that uses data science to categorize thousands of apps in a way that helps publishers better understand audiences.

From next month, this classification model will become important for publishers, as Apple is going to make it harder for mobile marketers to target ads toward individual users, in the name of preserving privacy. We’ll get back to that point soon, but first let’s look at what Game IQ will do.

With Game IQ, App Annie will put each game into a category that includes a genre (such as role-playing games), a subgenre (like action RPGs), and modifier tags (such as casual, hardcore, or art style). Intellectual properties can be another. You can also focus

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