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CCPA Update: It’s the Final Countdown

We know not what the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will finally look like when it goes into effect January 1, 2020, but we do know that Silicon Valley heavyweights applied great pressure to revise it, there’s an industry solution for do-not-sell requests, and unfortunately, most US businesses are overwhelmingly…

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What Is CCPA?

“Winter is coming.” - Ned Stark, House of Stark If you’re a GOT fan like I’m becoming, you know that’s the motto for House of Stark and it’s issued as a warning or a heads up that the House needs to get itself prepared—both literally and figuratively. In essence, it’s…

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Is Direct-to-consumer the New Rule For Marketing?

What do brands like Harry's, Casper Mattress and Allbirds all have in common? They are all building a one-to-one connection with their customers in real-time that drives the basis of their business and their success. That was the theme of Mike Sands', CEO & Co-Founder of Signal, talk at Industry…

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What Is the IAB Consent Framework?

GDPR compliance means companies must obtain consent when collecting personal data from their website visitors. Sounds like a big headache, right? But wait, it's easier than you think. The IAB GDPR Transparency and Consent Framework is the Interactive Advertising Bureau’s solution to help publishers tell visitors what data is being…

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Addressing Privacy Concerns at a Global Level

The issue of privacy - the proper handling of sensitive consumer data - is not new. Over the years, the amount of attention we focus on addressing privacy concerns ebbs and flows based more on the political climate than it does our interest in putting the problem behind us by…

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