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Children’s Privacy: New Mexico sues Angry Birds developer over children’s privacy just two weeks after settling a children’s suit with Google

New Mexico’s Attorney General Hector Balderas has filed papers in federal district court alleging Angry Birds developer Rovio Entertainment has been collecting and selling personal data of kids under age of thirteen. The state reached a settlement with Google mid-August, which had alleged Google ad platform AdMob allowed collection of children’s data.

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Amperity Launches New Lakehouse Offering

May 17, 2024

Amperity has launched Lakehouse CDP,  which delivers CDP functions within “lakehouse” data stores including Snowflake and Databricks.  Amperity tools for data modeling, data quality, identity resolution, generative AI, segmentation, and performance measurement will send all results to a company’s own lakehouse rather than a separate Amperity-managed database. Modules can be used independently but the real benefit here is that Amperity is one of the few “composable” CDP vendors who offer a complete set of pre-integrated CDP functions.

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