Pivot to Privacy: How Publishers Are Handling CCPA So Far

Publishers say it’s still too early to tell what effect the CCPA will have.

Top Advertisers, Media Platforms Get Tough on Harmful Online Content

The Global Alliance for Responsible Media has a new initiative to fight back against objectionable digital content.

Grindr, OkCupid and Tinder Among Popular Apps That Share User Data: Report

The data sharing may be in violation of GDPR and CCPA.

Nevada’s Privacy Bill Focuses on Restricting Data Broker Activity

The law is narrower than CCPA.

New Mexico’s Data Privacy Efforts Stall, but There’s an Appetite to Pass Legislation

The state legislature has killed a bill that would've replicated CCPA.

Vermont’s Data Broker Regulation Narrowly Targets the Data Pipes Behind Ad Tech

Vermont’s data broker regulation includes a registry of data brokers, but most brands and publishers aren’t affected.

5 Retail Predictions for 2020

This coming year is already shaping up to be a banner year in customer experience, personalization and voice.

How to Maintain Your Privacy After Unwrapping That New Internet-Connected Device

As the number of internet-connected devices skyrockets, it's essential consumers safeguard their privacy on them.

3 Ways CMOs Can Bolster Cybersecurity Learned From When My Brand Was Hacked

CMOs can play a critical role in building cultures where sound cybersecurity practice becomes so routine that all employees regularly do their part.

Americans Realize Big Brother Is Watching Them Online, But Don’t Know Why

A new privacy-focused survey by the Pew Research Center finds U.S. adults are not confident in the government or companies.