Marketing Politics Weekly
Wednesday, January 27, 2021
  • North Dakota's Proposed Opt-In Privacy Law Needs Overhaul, Ad Industry Argues

    "North Dakota should not adopt a one-size fits all consent requirement for the sale of protected data," the Association of National Advertisers, American Association … Read the whole story

  • 'International Marketing' Peaked In Wake of Election

    Following a protracted focus on the U.S. presidential election, there has been a notable rebound in interest in "international marketing," as American brands show … Read the whole story

  • Preserve Section 230, Watchdogs Urge Biden

    Dozens of civil rights groups and other watchdogs are urging the new administration to avoid repealing or weakening Section 230 of the Communications Decency … Read the whole story

  • Powers Through Pandemic With Surge In Addressable Programmatic

    Internal data shows the company ended 2020 with strong orders and advertiser spend on addressable geo-fencing, providing hints of what is still to come … Read the whole story

  • Lawmaker Blasts Facebook Over Political-Group Recommendations

    "Facebook's system of recommending political groups poses grave threats to American democracy and public safety," Senator Ed Markey says in a letter to Facebook … Read the whole story