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Digital Media Lesson II – Saying No to Free-riders

With 2012 elections rapidly approaching, new digital advertising regulatory threats are appearing almost daily. Considering that browser cookies today are used for most measurement and targeting technologies, any drastic changes could mean an effective collapse of today's digital ad ecosystem as we know it.   In a seminal but prescient study, Norm Proselytizers Create…

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Paul Geller of Grooveshark on Ad Ops and Consumer Privacy

Leading up to our US Publisher Forum in Memphis AdMonsters will be asking some of the speakers a few questions on their respective topics. Paul Geller will be presenting "Privacy, Consumer Protection for Global Ad Ops" at the Publisher Forum. Paul is the Senior Vice President for Information Products at…

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Browser Privacy Tools: Let’s Make this EASY!

Editor's note: Originally appeared on the Bizo blog.Debates about the Federal Trade Commission’s call for a “Do Not Track” system to protect consumer Internet privacy have been going on for several weeks now. But only in the last few days has the issue become very “real” for many consumers with…

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Jack Myers and Rob Beeler at OPS NY Part 5 – Data and Privacy

We knew when developing the agenda for OPS that we couldn't just have operations people say that ops was sexy. We needed an icon in the industry to help drive that point home and end the day with everyone buzzing about all the great things operations is. We were extremely…

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Krux Digital Releases 2010 Cross-Industry Study

Editor's note: Reposted from the Krux Digital Blog[On November 9], Krux Digital released the findings of its 2010 Krux Cross-Industry Study.  With this study, we have undertaken a comprehensive review of data collection activities across the industry, with attention to the phenomenon we have referred to as ‘data leakage’ in…

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What you need to know about Semantic Ad Targeting

The Semantic Web is a visionary concept which has been gaining traction over the last decade. According to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), an international community with a stated mission to lead the web to its full potential, the semantic web provides a common framework that allows data to…

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5 Questions for Chris Jay Hoofnagle

Chris Jay Hoofnagle will be giving the keynote address Networks, Regulation and Privacy: Understanding Where We are Today at the US Network Forum in San Francisco on June 17.We asked him a few questions in advance of his presentation about privacy issues facing the industry today.Q: Can you please give…

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Thoughts on the US Leadership Forum in NYC

I hope everyone who attended the US Leadership Forum in New York this past week found it enjoyable and valuable. As always I was in awe of being surrounded by so many smart people. Events such as the Leadership Forum are such a great way to not only learn from…

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