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Guest Blog by New NAI President and CEO Leigh Freund

I don’t officially start as the new President and CEO of NAI until March 16, but NAI was kind enough to allow me to be a “guest blogger” today so that I can introduce myself to the NAI membership, prospective members and other stakeholders. I’m thrilled and honored to join NAI.

NAI Leads by Example on Self-Regulatory Efforts to Protect the Privacy of LGBT Internet Users

In a new blog post on the IAPP site, NAI President and CEO Marc Groman describes NAI's industry leading self-regulatory standards to protect the privacy of LGBT internet users and others who search online for information on sexual orientation.

Q&A with Anthony Matyjaszewski, Counsel & Director of Compliance

You’ve been with NAI for over 3 years now, and you still work for NAI from the organization’s original location in the state of Maine.

U.S. Department of Commerce’s General Counsel to Keynote Upcoming NAI Member Summit

We are proud to announce that Kelly R. Welsh, General Counsel of the United States Department of Commerce, will deliver the keynote address at the 2015 NAI Member Summit.

General Counsel Kelly Welsh

Q&A with Jurgen Van Staden, NAI Counsel and Director of Policy

Your job title is Counsel and Director of Policy. What does that mean in terms of your work every day?

NAI Code Compliance and Enforcement: How It Works

As we celebrate our 15th anniversary, we at the NAI are most proud of our ongoing tradition of strong self-regulation which ensures responsible data collection and its use for digital advertising.

From time to time, we get questions about how we make sure that our members comply with the standards in our NAI Code.

NAI is Needed Now More Than Ever: Why I Believe in Strong Self-Regulation

I am fascinated by Silicon Valley and, as an American, incredibly proud of  the innovation of US companies ranging from startups to household names.

Like most consumers, I’m hooked! I use most of the products and services developed in Silicon Valley every day.  A small sample: social networking, email, online shopping,  cloud backup services,  music streaming and  video sharing services. I love it. All of it. 

It Is Time to Move On from the W3C “Do Not Track” Process

Three years ago, the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) joined with a wide range of constituencies at the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Tracking Protection Working Group in an attempt to turn the phrase “do not track” into a meaningful global privacy standard that addresses both technical and policy challenges. NAI brought a unique perspective to the discussions because of our understanding of both privacy issues and online advertising our appreciation for the unique role of responsible third parties in delivering relevant digital advertisements.

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