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July 9, 2019

Summit Snapshot 19:DC: Data4Good – Goodwill® Leverages the Data Universe to Drive In-Store Shoppers

Once again, Digital Advertising Alliance Summit attendees enjoyed hearing a case study on how advertising data are being deployed for socially beneficial use – this time for an Advertising Council campaign on behalf of Goodwill. 

 

Using such inputs as geolocation data, Goodwill has been able to shift its campaign central message from “Donate” to “Shop”– effectively expanding and engaging its target audience to new levels. This development represented an entirely new model and data framework for the nonprofit to employ.  With the help of Ad Council and ad tech company Teemo, Goodwill is able to use new data sources to find and identify key shopper audiences, learn more about who these potential customers were, and measure the success of new messaging – built around generating store traffic, rather than donating goods. ...

June 7, 2019

Summit Snapshot 19:DC: Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) Announces Push for Federal Data Privacy Law at DAA Summit with a Single National Standard

We had a record turnout for our Summit 19:DC across Hill Day, the Digital Advertising Accountability Workshop and the Summit itself.  It was our seventh annual Summit, as we returned to the city of first such meetup, Washington, DC.

Each Summit, a highlight is having points of view shared with us from policymakers. This year – our policy keynote from Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), Ranking Member of the House Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Consumer Protection and Commerce – was a highlight of highlights.

Following her address to us, the Congresswoman posted this announcement on her own Website.  I share it with you in its entirety:

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April 10, 2019

DAA Participates in Privacy for America Coalition as Digital Advertising Community Proposes New Privacy Standard for Consumers

This week, the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) helped launch Privacy for America (P4A), a new coalition with representatives from virtually every sector of advertising, and the entirety of business sectors represented among advertising users. These organizations have pledged to work together to reimagine data privacy and support groundbreaking federal legislation that establishes strong data privacy protections for all Americans.

 

 

We have joined leaders from trade organizations representing America’s top brands and advertising agencies, publishers and ad tech companies as a Privacy for America steering committee member, and we have offered our strong support and our 10+ years of experience as the consumer...

April 5, 2019

More Than 100 Reasons Why DAA Principles Enforcement Matters

This week marked a milestone in the Digital Advertising Alliance novel self-regulatory program for interest-based advertising (IBA). One of our two independent Accountability Partners – the Advertising Self-Regulatory Council (ASRC) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) – released its 100th compliance action since it began its enforcement role eight years ago.

Figure 1. ASRC Enforcement Actions related to DAA Principles

DAA Principles Enforcement - ASRC First 100 Cases Overview Graph

Beyond those 100 public actions, our Accountability Partners have also worked behind-the-scenes to provide guidance and advice to hundreds of other publishers, brands,...

March 11, 2019

Recent EU Enforcement Action on GDPR Highlights Value of U.S. Approach

As the U.S. Congress begins to deliberate the contours of a national standard around privacy, recent enforcement news from Europe around the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) highlights the value and effectiveness of our uniquely American model for industry self-regulation and enforcement, coupled with a federal backstop for non-compliance. In some ways, this U.S. model could almost be considered co-regulation, a combination of industry leadership with the support and muscle of the federal government, as needed.

Punitive - Is That The Best Way to Educate

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