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Answering Who Owns the Data AI is Trained On?

To say that Reddit's IPO is causing a stir is an understatement. Part of that excitement is due to generative AI. Google and other AI companies are just itching to get their hands on Reddit's vast pool of user-generated content to train its models.

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What are the Best Practices for Using Alternative IDs?

As the industry moves away from the use of third-party tracking cookies, there are several solutions taking shape to help target users while keeping their information secure. One of those solutions is alt IDs, which tend to befuddle even the most seasoned players. The most important thing right now in trying…

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Google Responds to the IAB Tech Lab’s Scathing Privacy Sandbox Report: “It’s Full of Inaccuracies”

Last week, the IAB Tech Lab released a comprehensive report detailing the challenges of Google's Privacy Sandbox. In response, Google thanked the IAB Tech Lab for showcasing their perspective but asserted that their "analysis contains many misunderstandings and inaccuracies, which we consider important to correct in order to provide accurate information…

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Digital Advertising Needs a New Class of Cookies

The IAB Tech Lab issued a report expressing significant concerns about Google's Privacy Sandbox. To some in the industry, such as Uri Lichter, CEO at Intango, the problem is that the notion of third-party cookies is too broad. The industry needs to come together to develop a new class of cookies that help…

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Google’s IP Protection Raises Concerns for Some Advertisers

Google's IP Protection is a proposed feature that blocks websites from tracking users' digital lives. Some advertisers have raised concerns about the potential impact of IP Protection on ad targeting and measurement. Location-based targeting will take a hit, which for some advertisers means more than just retargeting users' mobile devices…

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