This note summarizes the ICO report on real-time bidding, which vindicates the GDPR complaints initiated by Brave, and points toward the solution.
Tag: Digital Content Next
Major publisher group DCN tells regulators “the sky won’t fall” if RTB switches to safe, non-personal data.
DCN's CEO, Jason Kint, says removing personal data from bid requests might disadvantage adtech companies, but the sky won’t fall for publishers.
Publishers – your only weapon is trust
Adblocking—and publisher responses to it—sit at the nexus of two trends: the increasing value of trust in the publisher-consumer relationship, and the emerging conditions of the new information market. The Internet turns many types of information that were once scarce and expensive into overabundant—and therefore cheap—commodities. By corollary, trust and attention have become increasingly valuable. In short: As information becomes cheap, trust becomes precious.
Global stakeholders discuss new approach to the Blocked Web
From late 2015 onward PageFair drew together global consumer groups, advertisers, agencies, publishers and browsers for senior level roundtable discussions on adblocking. These were held at The Financial Times, at Mozilla, and at MEC Global. The most recent roundtable was organised by both PageFair and Digital Content Next. Participants at the PageFair roundtables included the World … Continue reading Global stakeholders discuss new approach to the Blocked Web