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NAI Releases Mobile Application Code

This morning, the NAI released the 2013 Mobile Application Code, which expands the NAI's self-regulatory program to cover data collected across mobile applications. The new guidelines are designed to bring the high standards of the 2013 NAI Code of Conduct to mobile devices while simultaneously providing ample flexibility for the still-young mobile ecosystem to develop.

Survey Says: 2013 is a Winning Year for Third Parties

Only half way through 2013, and it’s already been an exciting year of firsts for the NAI. We held our first annual Member Summit. We released the first draft of a mobile code for cross-app data collection, which we’ll finalize in the coming weeks. We also conducted our first annual member survey, and our members’ responses helped to shape the productive conversations and debates that made our Summit so successful.

Member ViewPoint: eXelate

An Interview with Khurrum Malik, CMO, eXelate

Q: What does eXelate do?

A: eXelate is dedicated to making digital media more relevant for consumers and effective for marketers through our smart data and analytics platform. Our smart data platform provides accurate, actionable, and agile data and analytics on online household demographics, purchase intent, and behavioral propensities.

Five Reasons You Need to Be in NYC at the NAI Summit on May 21

As the agenda comes together for the first annual NAI Member Summit in NYC, we are looking forward to what is shaping up to be the must-attend event for third-party organizations that are interested in shaping in the future of our industry.  If you are sitting on the fence, here are just five of the many reasons you need to mark your calendar for May 21.

Looking Back at Yesterday's Hearing, Looking Forward to our Summit

Yesterday afternoon, I attended the Senate Commerce Committee hearing titled “A Status Update on the Development of Voluntary Do-Not-Track Standards.” The four witnesses at the hearing were Lou Mastria, Managing Director of the DAA, Harvey Anderson of Mozilla, Justin Brookman of CDT, and Adam Thierer. You can find their testimony on the Senate Commerce Committee website.

Chango - What Publishers Want to Know About Data Collection

An Interview with Ben Plomion, VP of Marketing & Partnerships at Chango

Q: Who is Chango and what does your business do?

A: Chango is a Programmatic Marketing Platform (PMP) that allows marketers, agencies and publishers to organize their data and execute highly data-driven marketing campaigns.

Q: How long have you been an NAI Member, and what is the key reason for your membership? 

US Internet Users Understand and Value Interest-Based Advertising, According to DAA Survey

Recently, the DAA announced the results of a poll that surveyed 1,000 US adults on their attitudes and opinions regarding online advertising and interest-based ads.  The survey findings indicate that US Internet users are becoming more savvy about Internet advertising and the massive amount of content it supports, and are largely comfortable with the value-for-value exchange that interest-based advertising represents.  

ValueClick Partners with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration & National Center for Missing and Exploited Children

An Interview with Jason Bier, Chief Privacy Officer of ValueClick

Q: What does ValueClick do?

A: ValueClick, Inc. provides online advertising campaigns and programs for advertisers and advertising agency customers in the United States and internationally. Our customers include direct marketers, brand advertisers, the advertising agencies, and traffic distribution partners.

NAI Seeking Public Comment on Revised Code of Conduct

Today, following many one-on-one conversations and working sessions with dozens of NAI member companies, we announced the release of our revised Code of Conduct. With this official public release of the draft code, we continue to seek feedback from NAI member companies, but also from stakeholders outside of the NAI.  

NAI Releases 2012 Compliance Report

This morning, the NAI released the 2012 Annual Compliance Report, which describes the NAI's multi-pronged approach to self-regulation and summarizes the NAI's findings. The 2012 annual compliance review found that NAI members, on the whole, comply with the NAI's Code of Conduct and take their responsibilities seriously. This is a story about innovative digital advertising companies investing significant resources to develop, implement, honor, and enforce industry best practices for online advertising.   

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