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JLINC Launches An Open Consent-Managing Protocol

Consent is a big thing these days, and there are quite a few solutions to manage that consent. There is another choice being offered by a new open protocol called JLINC.  The protocol was launched on May 25, and was developed over the past three years.  The protocol was launched on the same day the consent-requiring [...]

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After GDPR, Here Come The Unintended Consequences

In some situations, it's not the first hit that gets you, it's the second and third one that knocks you down. This is the same thing with Unintended Consequences.  Given its complexity and scope, more than likely, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will probably have plenty of those. To sketch out the range of possibilities that [...]

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Google Issues Updated GDPR Guidance To Publishers On How To Gain Consent From Users

Google's cookie guidance resource, CookieChoices, has been updated to include news tips and suggestions to advertisers and publishers in advance of the May 25 deadline for enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).  GDPR is a sweeping set of rules that govern the handling of European Union (EU) members' personal data. CookieChoices' GDPR updates include a [...]

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WFA To Brands: Go Beyond GDPR For Online Data Transparency

Chain Lock Protect Locksmiths Forbidden You Safety The World Federation of Advertisers (WFA) has issued a manifesto, which is calling for brands to put their customers first when processing data. The WFA issued issued its plea on April 23, a little over a month before the compliance deadline for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), a [...]

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Here Are Some More Misconceptions About GDPR

The one thing that the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) seems to be creating is this - misconceptions. There seems to be enough that it can be hard to keep up with them.  A few weeks ago, there were nine common GDPR misconceptions, and now there is a new batch that came from a chat with the [...]

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How Salesforce And Demandbase Are Handling GDPR For B2B

The folks at MarTech Today checked in with Sales Force and Demandbase in order to get a sense of how B2B-oriented companies are responding to the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Best known as the repository of customer data for salespeople calling on companies, Salesforce is used for consumer-facing marketing and customer management. “We look at GDPR [...]

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For All The Procrastinators, Here’s Some GDPR Triage

Many of us have heard of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect in about two months from now.  But it won't be surprising if a number of companies haven't done anything to get read for it yet. If your company hasn't gotten ready yet, it sounds like it's a good time for [...]

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Publishers’ Trade Association On IAB’s Proposed Framework For GDPR: ‘A Non-Starter’

Another publisher-side advocate has come out against the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB)'s proposed consent framework. Jason Kint, the CEO of Digital Content Next, which is a New York City-based trade association of approximately 70 premium publishers in the US and Europe, which includes The New York Times, ESPN, The Washington Post, CBS, BBC, PBS and Financial Times. [...]

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