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Another Look at NAI's High Standards for Health Data

A blog post by Anthony Matyjaszewski, NAI's Counsel & Assistant Director of Compliance.

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Dream Job, Dream Team

A blog post by Jurgen Van Staden, the NAI's newest team member and Counsel and Assistant Director of Policy.

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Energized, Optimistic and Eager to Move Forward with NAI

I am reflecting upon last month’s NAI Member Summit and thought I would share some thoughts as well as my vision for the future of NAI.  

NAI Summit Recap

Now that our second annual Summit is down in the books, we’d like to thank our members for participating and provide a short recap of the proceedings. Like all NAI events, the Summit is both an important opportunity for members to interact with and learn from one another and share opinions, concerns and insights with the NAI team. During its first two years, it has also provided unique and invaluable opportunities to hear from key policy and lawmakers. 

Technical Compliance & Education - Follow Up on the White House Big Data Report

This morning NAI President & CEO Marc Groman shared his thoughts and analysis with members about the recently-released White House report on big data. I would like to add my own thoughts to the conversation about two topics I’m particularly passionate about - technology and education. First, the Report to the President on Big Data issued last week by the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology highlighted the need to use technologies to improve privacy protection.

The White House’s “Big Data: Seizing Opportunities, Preserving Values” Report

This week, the White House released its report, “Big Data: Seizing Opportunities, Preserving Values,” after concluding a 90-day study on how big data will transform the way we live and work. Importantly, the report focuses on how the public and private sectors can maximize the benefits of big data while minimizing its risk – a laudable objective and an important dialogue. I agree with the authors that we can embrace big data technologies while at the same time protecting privacy and promoting consumer trust. 

2014: The Year Ahead

We’ve already gotten 2014 off to a great start, but the months to come hold many more exciting initiatives. First and foremost, of course, is the upcoming NAI Summit, which will be held on Tuesday, May 20, in Washington, DC.

A Look Back at Q1 2014

2014 has already been a busy and exciting year for us at NAI.  For those who missed our recent member call, we’re making a renewed effort to make the changes at NAI at the request of you, our members.  Here are some of the highlights.

Responsible Data Management and Maintaining Consumer Trust

This week GfK released a survey about consumer attitudes regarding online privacy. Spending as much time as I have in media, I’m generally skeptical about all polls and surveys because in many cases the questions asked dictate the results. On top of that, I don’t think there were any dramatic revelations in this latest GfK poll. 

Ten Reasons Not to Miss the 2014 NAI Summit in Washington, DC

The second annual NAI Summit is fast approaching, and as we continue to round out the agenda for an informative and enjoyable day with many of the advertising and privacy industry’s best and brightest, we would like to give you a sneak peek at some of the event’s highlights. Here are just ten of the many reasons you should drop what you’re doing and register for the can’t-miss 2014 NAI Summit on Tuesday, May 20, in Washington, DC.

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