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A Compliance-Privacy Tsunami Will Slam Into the Data Ecosystem in 2019: Big Changes to Watch

Neil Sweeney

A Compliance-Privacy Tsunami Will Slam Into the Data Ecosystem in 2019: Big Changes to Watch

SPONSORED, by Neil Sweeney, CEO of Freckle IoT / Killi: The takeaway for 2019 will be consent management. Why is this going to be the trend? Two reasons — the first is because consent management is nonexistent in today’s technology stacks (and, no, the catch-all ‘do you accept’ button will not be sufficient moving forward for consent management). And, second: a compliance/privacy tsunami will bear down on the entire world (not just advertising) in 2019. Every trend in 2019 will tie back to a company’s ability, or inability, to check the box on consent management.

Los Angeles Sues Over Weather Channel App’s Data-Collection Practices

Joseph Zappa

Los Angeles Sues Over Weather Channel App’s Data-Collection Practices

The move is representative of changing winds on attitudes toward privacy in the location data ecosystem. Following a series of New York Times Facebook and location data exposés and explainers, and with America’s own GDPR, the California Consumer Privacy Act, slated to go into effect on January 1, 2019, companies are waking up to a new reality in which selling and sharing user data to the tune of billions of dollars in revenue with little oversight is over.

2019 Location Data Predictions: Mobile, Privacy, and Explosive Growth

Greg Isbister

2019 Location Data Predictions: Mobile, Privacy, and Explosive Growth

Greg Isbister: The next year will see a marked shift for location data. As consumers and businesses alike see more value and additional uses for this data, industry growth will continue to increase exponentially. Until regulations are put in place to increase security and transparency, it will be up to businesses to institute their own best practices, getting ahead of legislation to come.

Will Consumer Privacy Be the Defining Issue of 2019?

Damian Rollison

Will Consumer Privacy Be the Defining Issue of 2019?

Though their terms are not identical, in essence both GDPR and CCPA are designed to give consumers the power to stop companies from collecting personal data, to review all personal data a company may have collected, and to request deletion of any stored data. Both regulations strike a major blow in favor of the concept that ownership of personal data ultimately resides with the individual and not with companies who may profit from it.

CCPA: California’s version of GDPR?

Rob Sobers

CCPA: California’s version of GDPR?

The U.S. recently joined countries taking action on data privacy with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which was signed by Governor Jerry Brown on June 28, 2018. The CCPA will protect the rights of California consumers and encourage stronger privacy online and greater transparency overall.

Street Fight Daily: Adapting to Google’s Control of Local Search Experience, Search Spend Drifts to Amazon

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Adapting to Google’s Control of Local Search Experience, Search Spend Drifts to Amazon

TODAY IN LOCAL & DIGITAL MARKETING AND MEDIA… Reality Check: Adapting to Google’s Ever-Growing Control of the Search Experience… Some Advertisers Move Half Their Search Budgets from Google to Amazon… What’s New For Marketers This Holiday Season?…

How Brands Can Create Personalized Experiences for Each Local Market

Jeff Cheal

How Brands Can Create Personalized Experiences for Each Local Market

Digital properties must not only gather information about people but also use it to help consumers meet their goals in a contextual and timely manner. With changes such as the GDPR going into effect, the onus is on brands to deliver a connected experience that will leave customers feeling as though brands’ use of their data is justified.

Street Fight Daily: Advertisers Debate Ads Data Hub as Google ID Vanishes, Verifone Partners with TruRating

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Advertisers Debate Ads Data Hub as Google ID Vanishes, Verifone Partners with TruRating

TODAY IN LOCAL & DIGITAL MARKETING… As Google Restricts Its Ad ID, Advertisers Debate Whether to Use Ads Data Hub… TruRating, Verifone Deal Highlights Importance of Customer Feedback Data… Newly Launched Block Club Chicago (Out of DNAinfo) Goes a ‘Bit Old School’…

Street Fight Daily: Facebook Removes Over 5,000 Ad Targeting Options, Sprinklr Partners with Nextdoor

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Facebook Removes Over 5,000 Ad Targeting Options, Sprinklr Partners with Nextdoor

TODAY IN LOCAL & DIGITAL MARKETING… Facebook to Cut Over 5,000 Ad Targeting Options, But Buyers Envision Workarounds… Sprinklr Partners with Nextdoor to Power Hyperlocal Social Campaigns… How Brands Can Use AI to Boost Their Email Marketing Strategies…

After Nearly Two Years in the Hot Seat, Facebook Feels the Burn

Joseph Zappa

After Nearly Two Years in the Hot Seat, Facebook Feels the Burn

In its Q2 earnings report, the social giant reported that growth has stalled in the United States and Canada, its most valuable markets. And its overall user growth for the quarter of just 22 million users is the smallest jump since 2011, indicating that a slowdown in revenue growth will likely prove a long-term challenge in the years ahead.

Street Fight Daily: Mobile Coupons On Verge of Overtaking Paper, Smart Speakers Capture Media’s Attention

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Mobile Coupons On Verge of Overtaking Paper, Smart Speakers Capture Media’s Attention

TODAY IN DIGITAL MARKETING… Mobile Coupons Are About to Overtake Paper—Here’s How Retailers Can Capitalize on That… For News Publishers, Smart Speakers Are the Hot New Platform… Ohio Car Dealership Sees Early Success with Location-Targeted Mobile Ads…

Street Fight Daily: Online-to-Offline Attribution Platforms, Global Retailer Uses AI Vendor to Deliver Omni-Experience

Joseph Zappa

Street Fight Daily: Online-to-Offline Attribution Platforms, Global Retailer Uses AI Vendor to Deliver Omni-Experience

TODAY IN DIGITAL MARKETING… 5 Online-to-Offline Attribution Platforms for Local Marketers… LeSportsac Uses AI to Build Omni-Experiences for Shoppers… Publishers Complain GDPR Consent Signals Are Ignored by Ad Buyers…