Tag Archives: Privacy

The Real Story on MarTech: Navigating the new world of consumer privacy

Start with an organizing framework to categorize and understand the issues, dynamics, challenges, and opportunities in such a way that you can take action. Sarah Brown on August 26, 2021 Marketers and advertisers are facing choppy waters at the confluence of two powerful currents: a vigorous new era of consumer data privacy, rolling into “data-driven … Continue reading The Real Story on MarTech: Navigating the new world of consumer privacy

Productivity & Privacy: Why Tracking One Doesn’t Have to Impede on the Other

Isaac Kohen August 10, 2021 Last year’s rapid and sometimes erratic transition to remote work left many businesses looking for new ways to understand employee behavior when working from home. According to a survey of 2,000 employers offering remote or hybrid work, 78 percent deployed employee monitoring software to track worker behavior in the past … Continue reading Productivity & Privacy: Why Tracking One Doesn’t Have to Impede on the Other

How Apple’s Mail Privacy Changes Impact Email Marketing

Jake Link July 20, 2021 You might have heard about Apple’s upcoming Mail Privacy changes and how they’ll impact email marketing. Perhaps you’ve heard people saying, “The email open rate is dead!” or that Apple Mail Privacy will forever change the landscape of email marketing. And now you’re looking to see what all the fuss … Continue reading How Apple’s Mail Privacy Changes Impact Email Marketing

Apple Mail Privacy Protection: Is Email Marketing Dying Again?

Beatriz Redondo Tejedor June 15, 2021 The world of email marketing imploded this week – yet again – when Apple announced its new Mail Privacy Protection for the Apple Mail app during the 2021 edition of the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2021). During the event, Apple announced the release of new features to help users … Continue reading Apple Mail Privacy Protection: Is Email Marketing Dying Again?

Privacy Nerves: Most Consumers Won’t Share Anything About Themselves

Privacy Nerves: Most Consumers Won’t Share Anything About Themselves by Ray Schultz , May 13, 2021 For all the buzz about online buying during the pandemic, consumers are wary about releasing information about themselves, according to Consumer Privacy Trends Report 2021, a study from Tinuiti, conducted by Upwave. When asked what types of data they … Continue reading Privacy Nerves: Most Consumers Won’t Share Anything About Themselves

Federal Privacy Bill Garners Support From Network Advertising Initiative, Other Business Groups

Federal Privacy Bill Garners Support From Network Advertising Initiative, Other Business Groups by Wendy Davis , Staff Writer @wendyndavis, March 11, 2021 A federal privacy bill introduced this week by Rep. Suzan DelBene, a Democrat from Washington state who previously worked for Microsoft, appears to be garnering support from business groups. DelBene’s “Information Transparency and Personal … Continue reading Federal Privacy Bill Garners Support From Network Advertising Initiative, Other Business Groups

Apple’s Privacy Changes To Send Facebook’s Ad Business Into Dark Ages

Apple’s Privacy Changes To Send Facebook’s Ad Business Into Dark Ages by Laurie Sullivan  @lauriesullivan, January 29, 2021 Ad industry executives say Facebook will suffer after Apple implements its privacy changes in iOS, as it becomes more difficult for the social media company to collect user data and prove that ads on its platform work. … Continue reading Apple’s Privacy Changes To Send Facebook’s Ad Business Into Dark Ages

Privacy In The Cookie-Less Future

Mapping Marketers’ Next Moves In Tech’s Privacy-Focused Future AdExchanger, Wednesday, December 23, 2020 “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 Luke Taylor, COO at TrafficGuard. Tech’s push for a privacy-focused future is impacting everyone from publishers to … Continue reading Privacy In The Cookie-Less Future