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The Mystery of Dark Patterns: The Publisher’s CMP Nightmare

The FTC report, entitled “Bringing Dark Patterns to Light,” highlights how companies are using a deceptive design practice called dark patterns. The practice is becoming progressively sophisticated and it aims to trick consumers into buying products or unwillingly giving up their data.

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Byron Allen Says He’ll Sue More Advertisers to Accelerate Black Media Spend

Byron Allen, former comedian and Founder/CEO of Entertainment Studios, is well-known for his $10 billion 2021 discrimination lawsuit against McDonald's Corp. for refusing to conduct advertising business with Black-owned media companies. Now, he's promising to sue more advertisers in order to create a more equitable playing field for Black media…

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IAB Sees More Restrictive Privacy Legislation Around the Corner

September 19, 2022 IAB Sees More Restrictive Privacy Legislation Around the Corner Kroger Precision Marketing Expands Into Video and CTV Around the Water Cooler Inconsistent State Privacy Regulations Trips up Ad Tech With growing state's consumer data privacy regulations and ad tech privacy updates, consumer privacy has become a trending…

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Let’s Get Serious About Automating the Last of AdOps Tedious Tasks

It’s ludicrous that we're in 2022 and AdOps teams in large publishing houses must manually take hundreds, sometimes thousands of screenshots per month, then insert them into a PowerPoint deck and email it to their clients. While screenshots can be a pain point they're necessary to show clients their campaigns…

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10 Hispanic/Latin American Professionals Doing Big Things in Ad Tech

During Hispanic Heritage Month, we recognize those who inspire others to succeed. In advertising technology, very few Hispanic/Latinx people are running the show. Here at AdMonsters, we are fortunate enough to know a few who are striving in their professional roles daily and have been for years. Here are 10…

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