The IAB and Mozilla Clash—in Person
Luma's Kawaja surprises IAB CEO on stage
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The Interactive Advertising Bureau’s CEO Randall Rothenberg has had a very public disagreement with Mozilla over the browser’s decision to automatically block ad cookies in recent months. On Tuesday, Rothenberg was sitting for a keynote interview with Terry Kawaja, founder and CEO of Luma Partners, when Kawaja announced he had invited a surprise guest: Harvey Anderson, svp of business and legal affairs at Mozilla.
Rothenberg looked genuinely surprised as Kawaja looked on and laughed. The investment banker and ad tech advise had branded the showdown "Terry Springer."