Digital advertising is undergoing a seismic shift. Traditional methods no longer capture consumer attention or drive brand impact like they used to. This decline is exacerbated by the increased focus on privacy across platforms and publishers. However, one of the promising byproducts of this change is the emergence of new tools and channels that big […]
Since Google’s announcement regarding the eventual end of third-party cookies, the advertising industry has been actively seeking alternatives to ensure continued effectiveness while respecting user privacy. Among the proposed solutions, data clean rooms have emerged as a promising avenue, offering a secure environment for data collaboration in the absence of traditional tracking methods. Optable, a […]
In response to the pressing issue of illegal data sharing on digital publishing platforms, Compliant, a leading data compliance technology company, has introduced a new publisher platform. This platform utilizes advanced AI, termed Compliant Audit Technology, to identify and eradicate compliance risks and vulnerabilities within a publisher’s site. The move follows alarming findings by Compliant, […]
The recent acquisition of devtodev by AppsFlyer, a global leader in marketing measurement, attribution, and data analytics, has sent ripples through the industry. In a discussion with Oren Kaniel, AppsFlyer CEO and Co-founder, he shed light on the significance of this acquisition, emphasizing how it positions AppsFlyer as the pioneer in analytics within the newly […]
The more things change, the more they stay the same. Although the privacy landscape is quite different in 2023 than it was five years ago, when the European Union’s GDPR went into effect in May of 2018, the adtech industry in the U.S. remains in a state of flux, struggling to deal with fragmentation caused […]
Data privacy and consumer trust are key priorities for multi-location brands, users, and the U.S. government. On January 1, the California Privacy Rights Act was put into effect, a solid sign that federal privacy laws may be in the near future in the U.S. In fact, a recent McKinsey report explored the topic of “Digital […]
While Congress debates TikTok’s future, U.S. consumers are beginning to ask some uncomfortable questions about why businesses are collecting their personal data and how their information is really being used. According to the newly-released Privacy Trends 2023 Report by DataGrail, the privacy management firm, concern over data privacy is reaching a fever pitch. Eighty-five percent […]
The wild west days of digital privacy are coming to a close. As European Union authorities step up enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and U.S. lawmakers continue their debate around regulating big tech, C-suite executives are being forced to step up their privacy initiatives.
After winning their battle against Meta for forcing users to accept personalized ads, E.U. regulators are taking on a new challenge — cookie consent banners. Specifically, lawmakers are beginning to look at how cookie consent banners are designed and whether deliberate design tricks are being used to manipulate web users.
Amazon recently announced it would sell clean rooms as a service, giving the privacy-safe data collaboration space a major new competitor. Street Fight checked in with Bob Walczak, CEO of MadTech Advisors, to get his take on what Amazon’s move means for the clean room space and the marketers and publishers who depend on it.
Data protection is becoming a key discussion point among advertisers in the U.S. as central provisions in the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) take effect and publishers begin rolling out transparency notices to users. Will 2023 go down in history as a turning point in data privacy?
Adam Gelles, CEO of The B2B Marketing Company, and Richard Sobel, CEO of Mercato Solutions, founded the Clean Room Consortium as a sort of trade organization to help all stakeholders understand and best capitalize on the technology. We touched base on how advertisers and publishers are already using clean rooms and what the media community needs to know.