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What is IAB’s Multi-State Privacy Agreement (MSPA)?

Another day, another way for the ad tech alphabet soup plot to thicken. But this time, it seems to be a step in the right direction towards unifying compliance across state privacy laws called the Multi-State Privacy Agreement (MSPA). As of late, IAB and the IAB Tech Lab is committed to encouraging…

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What Is a Custom Content Taxonomy?

The digital advertising community has been witnessing what many are calling a resurgence of contextual advertising. But contextual advertising is only as effective as the taxonomy of content on which it is based. Enter custom content taxonomies. Most publishers currently use standardized content taxonomies by such organizations as the IAB,…

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Never Fear, IAB Seller-Defined Audiences Is Here

In the latest attempt at saving the day before the cookiepocalypse, please meet our potential super data hero — seller-defined audiences (SDA). This solution developed by the IAB Tech Lab is a proof of concept released last week as a result of Project Rearc launched two years ago. The SDA…

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What Problems Does the IAB’s CCPA Compliance Framework Solve?

The IAB’s CCPA Compliance Framework provides a much-needed industry-standard to pass along crucial information about a consumer’s sold PI and the consumer’s journey with respect to what the CCPA requires. Its weaknesses and strengths come from the same source—it is not meant to provide a definitive answer on CCPA language…

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