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What Is the Colorado Privacy Act (CPA aka ColoPA)?

On July 7, 2021, Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed the Colorado Privacy Act (aka CPA or ColoPA depending on who you ask) into law. This makes Colorado the third state — joining California and Virginia — to pass comprehensive privacy legislation. Publishers and marketers will need to comply by July…

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How USA TODAY Sports Is Developing First-Party Authentication Strategies for Building Consumer Trust

Jason White, SVP and Head of Publishers, LiveRamp, and Chris Pirrone, General Manager, USA TODAY, Sports Media Group, take AdMonsters Senior Editor, Lynne d Johnson, on a deep dive discussion into the world of publisher first-party authentication strategies. "If cookies were the currency before, the gold is that relationship with…

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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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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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The Next Phase of Consent

In a privacy-forward world, where regulations like GDPR and CCPA have made data collection more complex, publishers are actually thinking beyond regulatory compliance and moving to the next chapter of consumer consent—demonstrating the value exchange.

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The Trouble with Consumer Choice

Shifting our mindset from notice and choice will not be easy and will require agreement in an ecosystem of competing interests. However, in the long term, both consumers and businesses may benefit from this change. Privacy expert, Jessica B, Lee breaks down the alternative to the failing notice and choice…

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The Value of Talking About the Value of Consumer Data

From the concept of "financial incentives" in the California Consumer Protection Act (CCPA) to Andrew Yang’s Data Dividend Project, there has been an increased call for companies to compensate consumers for their data. Privacy expert Jessica B. Lee looks at the push for valuing consumer data, the risks of the…

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