Facebook’s Fischer On Adjusting To Life In A Post-Cambridge Analytica World

Most consumers are only just learning about the inner workings of the ad-supported internet – and they don’t like what they see. David Fischer, Facebook’s VP of business and marketing partnerships, understands their frustration. “A lot of the discomfort people have is when they feel like they don’t actually know what’s going on with the adContinue reading »

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Here’s How Facebook Is Getting Ready For GDPR

With Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation taking effect May 25, Facebook must alter some of its business practices regardless of any fallout due to the Cambridge Analytica debacle. The Cambridge Analytica revelations merely behoove Facebook to move faster and fix things in light of macro privacy changes hitting the EU. The most recent example isContinue reading »

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GDPR Will Be A Day Of Reckoning – But It’s Far From The End Of Days

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Forrester principal analyst Fatemeh Khatibloo will speak at AdExchanger’s upcoming Industry Preview conference on Jan. 17-18, 2018 at the Grand Hyatt New York. If marketers and publishers don’t know how many third-party tags lurk on their sites, Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which takes effect in May, will change that. “A client will tellContinue reading »

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A Publisher’s Guide To GDPR

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With Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) set to take effect in a few short months, smart publishers are leaving nothing to chance. Everyone in the supply chain could be held accountable if they aren’t compliant by May 25, and stakeholders at every level are in a frenzy to renegotiate contracts that protect themselves inContinue reading »

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Expect A Contraction Of The Supply Chain In The Leadup To GDPR

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The digital media supply chain is about to get a whole lot smaller thanks to Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The privacy legislation, which takes effect in May, dictates that data controllers could be held responsible for data privacy missteps made by their third-party partners. Marketers and publishers are therefore highly incentivized to runContinue reading »

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A Marketer’s Guide To GDPR

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The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a looming reality set to take effect on May 25, 2018 – and the digital advertising industry is just starting to get woke. But misconceptions about the regulation are pervasive. And despite the substantial amount of work that companies need to do in order to prepare for andContinue reading »

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Facebook Shares More Audience Data Via Carefully Controlled ‘Clean Rooms’

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Ask Facebook for access to its data and the official answer is going to be, “Nope.” But under certain circumstances, a limited number of advertisers and agencies are tapping into impression-level Facebook campaign delivery data, AdExchanger has learned. The data-sharing arrangements are euphemistically referred to as “clean rooms.” These clean rooms are safe spaces whereContinue reading »

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Full Disclosure: The FTC Has Its Eye On Cross-Device Tracking

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When it comes to cross-device tracking, privacy policies are not up to snuff – and the Federal Trade Commission is digging in. In a paper penned by the FTC Office of Technology Research and Investigation (OTech for short), it was revealed that the majority of Alexa’s 100 most popular websites have policies that reserve the rightContinue reading »

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