Google Pledges Not To Kill Third-Party Cookies Without The UK Competition Watchdog’s Say-So

<!– –> Forget about asking for permission to collect cookies. Google will have to ask for permission to not collect them. On Friday, the UK’s competition regulator – the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) – announced that Google has agreed to address concerns about its plan to remove third-party cookies from Chrome. The compromise comes following a joint investigation launched in early January into the Chrome Privacy Sandbox proposals by the CMA and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), the UK’s data protection regulator. Collaboration between competition and data protection watchdogs was…

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AdGear Founders Raise $3.6 Million For New Data Privacy Venture

The founders of AdGear – a Canadian DSP and ad server acquired by Samsung Ads in 2016 – raised $3.6 million in seed funding to build a SaaS data connectivity platform called Optable. Optable uses specialized algorithms that ensure the secure transmission of encrypted audience data. The cryptographic technology allows for decentralized and secure data collaboration. Marketers and publishers could use the technology for both activation and measurement use cases. The tech is not built on blockchain, although it uses similar protocols, Optable CPO Vlad Stesin said. Optable is launching…

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Code Warriors Are Putting Google And Apple’s Privacy Changes Under The Microscope

“Data-Driven Thinking” is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media. Today’s column is written by Allison Schiff, senior editor at AdExchanger. It’s part of a series of perspectives from AdExchanger’s editorial team. When the big platforms say “jump,” the ad industry warily asks, “how high?” Apple and Google are both old pros at making unilateral changes to their ad policies that throw mobile developers into disarray and leave web publishers scrambling. Google’s plan to block third-party cookies in Chrome next year,…

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2020 Was All About Digital Identity – And Expect The Same In 2021

<!– –> 2020 brought an identity crisis to the online advertising industry. The year started with Google answering the until-then theoretical question of what might happen to third-party cookies at some unknown point in the distant future. In July, Apple made a similar move with the announcement that its proprietary mobile device ID, the IDFA, would soon require an opt-in. Both of these moves triggered tectonic shifts for advertisers, publishers and the ad tech companies that partner with them on monetization, user acquisition, measurement and attribution. So, is the industry…

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Advertisement Tech Petitions W3C Board For More Fairness In Cookie Debates

Add specialist providers are actually beginning to produce their vocals listened to at the W3C as the time clock beats adverse 3rd party biscuits in Chrome. At an Aug. 6 appointment of the W3C’s Advisory Board– the closest factor the W3C needs to a panel of supervisors– a handful of advertisement technician providers discussed their problems over the huge impact that bigger providers invite the W3C administration procedure. The speakers featured James Rosewell, CEO and also founder of gadget discovery business 51Degrees, as well as Danny Sepulveda, MediaMath’s SVP of…

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Best 3 Takeaways From The Trade Desk’s Second Quarter Earnings Report

The Trade Desk’s sell was actually up virtually 5%in after-hour’s investing on Thursday, regardless of submitting a thirteen%year-over-over plunge in income in the 2nd fourth. To what carries out TTD owe this confidence? Pair of words: hooked up TELEVISION.” Our company strongly believe that the COVID pandemic has actually totally increased the development of CTV,”CEO Jeff Green said to capitalists on the business’s incomes phone call Thursday.” It is actually modifying the TELEVISION garden for good.” Income decreased to $139.4 thousand coming from almost $ 160 thousand in the year-ago…

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Adobe Advertising Cloud’s Keith Eadie: Why Adobe Is Actually Pulling The Plug On Programmatic TELEVISION

Keith Eadie, VP as well as GM of Adobe Advertising Cloud and also scalp of item for Adobe Analytics, is actually a male self-assured adequate to reduce his personal hair. His partner deals with the spine as well as the edges, and after that “it’s my very own performing ahead,” Keith pranks coming from his garage (also known as office). “It is actually a little bit of risky sometimes, however it seems to be to function.” That is actually certainly not the only woolly condition, along with 3rd party biscuits…

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Google Has No Plans To Postpone Killing Third-Party Cookies In Chrome

Sorry, folks. Google isn’t going to extend the deadline for the phase out of third-party cookies in Chrome. In an email sent Thursday afternoon to members of the W3C’s Improving Web Advertising Business Group, Marshall Vale, a Chrome product manager and a member of the group himself, wrote that “a discussion around adjusting timelines is premature.” The full email is reprinted below. Some in the group are taking this as Google’s official response. Google did not respond to a request from AdExchanger for comment. The group had been planning to…

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In A Cookieless World, The Media Experience Will Be King

“Data-Driven Thinking” is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media. Today’s column is written by Jamie Seltzer, global managing director, mar tech and data strategy, at Havas Media Group. Cookies allow advertisers to know how their ads are performing and, more importantly, where to invest their ad spend. But with Google’s announcement that it would withdraw support for third-party cookies in two years, agencies will be forced to reinvent themselves. With advances in digital advertising, agencies got lost in conversations…

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To Thrive In 2022, Media Buyers Must Reassess Their Marketing Strategies Now

“Data-Driven Thinking” is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media. Today’s column is written by Jeff Turner, head of ad product for RED at The Washington Post. For the digital advertising industry, 2019 was a year publishers, media buyers and ad tech vendors spent predicting how and when third-party cookies would die. We now have an answer: 2022. Google’s plan to reduce support of third-party cookies in a new version of Chrome in two years will be their final nail in…

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