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Google | March 16, 2021
In March 2021, Google announced that it was ending support for third-party cookies, and moving to “a more privacy first web.” Even though the move was expected within the industry and by academics, there is still confusion about the new model, and cynicism about whether it truly constitutes the kind of revolution in online privacy that Google claims.
To assess this, we need to understand this new model and what is changing. The current advertising technology (adtech) a...
Amplifyer | June 29, 2020
Amplifyer, the company that connects Fortune 1000 marketers with the world's most innovative start-ups, and Chalice, a new venture that develops and deploys bespoke algorithms for leading brands, today announced a partnership that provides advertisers with a differentiated programmatic strategy rooted in growing market share, gaining competitive advantage and creating enterprise value."Moving algorithmic optimization in-house provides brands with a chance to pull away from competi...
Teads, IMPACT+ | October 20, 2022
IMPACT+, the solution to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of digital advertising, and Teads, the global media platform, announce a global partnership with the goal of measuring and reducing the carbon footprint of every online advertising campaign running through the Teads platform.
IMPACT+, the leading third-party carbon footprint measurement provider, can bring concrete recommendations to advertisers globally. Its core objective is to allow digital advertising industry player...
Seedtag | August 24, 2021
Albert Nieto, co-CEO of Seedtag, explains why advertisers should invest in contextual targeting as the end of third-party cookies edges closer.
Google recently announced that it is delaying its plans to phase out third-party cookies in the Chrome browser until 2023, a year later than it originally planned. However, while the announcement may feel like a backwards step in the battle for consumer privacy, the wider industry continues to press on with plans to deprecate the use of third-part...
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