Trishla is Adweek's tech policy reporter covering big tech through the lens of privacy and security, data protection, regulation, antitrust and more. A 2021 graduate of Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Trishla previously worked as an agency strategist and content creator for 22feet Tribal Worldwide and Yellow Seed.
RIP Open Rates: Study Finds Apple’s iOS 15 Update Shatters a Key Metric
Apple has accomplished its goal of privacy protection, and with it, said goodbye to the reliability of email open rates.
Facebook, Google Slapped With Hefty Fines by French Privacy Watchdogs
Commission Nationale Informatique & Libertés is taking action against the two tech giants for violating EU privacy laws.
Amazon Public Policy Chief Lartease Tiffith Jumps to IAB
Washington D.C. execs are permeating into tech firms and ad land.
The Pentagon Is Using Ad Blockers to Counter Malvertising
The Department of Defense has deployed ad-blocking methods according to a letter sent to Congress.
OpenX Fined $2 Million For Breaching Children’s Data Privacy Law
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced a settlement of $2 million with OpenX, the programmatic advertising company, for allegedly collecting personal information from children under 13 without parental consent. The complaint filed [...]
Google, Pinterest Look to Limit California’s Privacy Laws
Going into effect in January 2023, Google, Pinterest, along with lobbyists are working to limit California’s Privacy Rights Act.
Experts Speculate Whether a Hefty Antitrust Fine Against Amazon in Italy Will Reach the US
The ecommerce giant was accused of favoring third-party sellers.
What To Know About the 200 Publishers’ Antitrust Lawsuits Against Facebook and Google
This is another case to add to the long list of antitrust probes.