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What Is FLEDGE?

On January 22, 2021, Google announced plans for its “First Locally Executed Decision over Groups Experiment” or FLEDGE for short. The announcement on Github describes how they will operationalize TURTLEDOVE for a first test. 

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CPRA Is Here…Here’s What You Need To Know

"CCPA does give consumers some rights and has some business obligations, but it's really a law focused on third-party data sharing. And if you look at GDPR, it's much more encompassing than that. CPRA bridges that gap," shared Jessica B. Lee, Partner, Co-Chair, Privacy, Security & Data Innovations at Loeb…

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First-Party Data and the Future of Advertising

When third-party cookies go away, authenticated users will by definition be in short supply, forcing advertisers to pay more to reach their target audiences. What about users who won’t log in and authenticate, a.k.a. the majority of audiences? That’s where the Privacy Sandbox comes in, to help with guests. Achieving this…

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Advertising Industry Learning and Professional Development

AdMonsters Great Big 2020 Webinar Replay

In 2020, 3,000+ Monsters registered to attend one of AdMonsters webinars, with topics ranging from Identity to Privacy to Cookies, and more. As we come to the close of the year, we figured it was a good idea to roll up all these great webinars we had this year into…

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Privacy Prophecies from PubForum+

At this week's PubForum+, speakers drilled down into granular questions around Apple’s Identifier for Advertisers (IDFA) restrictions and Google’s sunsetting of third-party cookies, however, larger questions loomed about the potential for federal privacy regulation, the broader impact of the recently-passed Consumer Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), and more.

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