Privacy-Minded Web Browser Brave Introduces Its Own Ad Network

The offering promises to ‘deliver effective advertising while giving users privacy and control.’

4 Digital Stats That Caught Our Eye This Week

From app fraud to AI's diversity crisis, these are some numbers that stood out.

Why 23 Companies Want to Tighten California’s Privacy Laws Even Further

Privacy advocates say there’s still some ‘loopholes’ in CCPA and want them plugged.

Investors Are Placing Their Bets on Identity Management

Improvado and 6sense collectively pocket $35 million from VCs and industry luminaries.

Unilever’s Planned Publisher Network Leaves Some Experts Skeptical

They say the idea of a network of trusted publishers puts the onus on the entirely wrong party.

Former Sizmek Employees File Class Action Lawsuit for Additional Compensation

Grievances cited in latest legal filing date back to a round of layoffs in January.

4 Interesting Ad-Tech Stories That Caught Our Eye This Week

More heritage brands buy up ad tech and IAB attempts to answer marketers’ calls to clean up programmatic.

5 Ways Advertising Could Change If Chrome Blocks Third-Party Cookies

Though initially stressful, it could have long-term benefits.

LiveRamp Acquires Faktor to Better Negotiate Privacy Regulations

The company is also working with Index Exchange to reduce publisher reliance on cookies.

Amid Chapter 11 Proceedings, Sizmek Begins Layoffs

Estimates vary, but some say the company cut as much as 80 employees in a single day.