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Summary of First FTC Hearing on Competition & Consumer Protection in the 21st Century

On Thursday, September 13th , the FTC began its Hearings on Competition and Consumer Protection in the 21st Century. It was the first in a series of hearings on whether recent economic, business, technological, or international developments require changes to the FTC’s competition and consumer protection enforcement priorities. The series will provide the FTC with a range of viewpoints to evaluate current enforcement and policy in light of today’s digital landscape.

Oath Inc

Oath is a leading global media company with an extensive suite of brands and offerings. Oath is focused on attracting and engaging consumers and providing valuable online advertising services. Our proprietary technologies allow us to deliver relevant, targeted advertising to individuals, but not at the expense of individual privacy.

Feedback Requested: The NAI Advanced TV Working Group Publishes Draft Guidance

The move from traditional television to smart and connected televisions is accelerating. Few televisions sold today do not have some smart or connectivity feature, and digital advertisers and regulators alike have taken notice. With the growth of data-enabled television comes privacy concerns, and the NAI commenced a working group to develop standards for NAI members demonstrating responsible use of data.

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NAI Consumer Survey: Digital Advertising, Online Content, and Privacy

In late 2017, the NAI was given the opportunity to apply for a pilot survey program in order to run opinion polls and market research on internet users. With this chance to learn more about consumer opinions, we sent out a survey that obtained the responses of 10,000 U.S. consumers to find out more about what they think about online privacy, digital advertising, the ad-supported internet, and ad blocking. The survey was conducted January 29th to February 1st, 2018. 

2018 NAI Summit Speakers


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