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Digital Advertising Alliance Releases Guidance on the Application of DAA Principles to Cross-Device Environments

Guidance Emphasizes Transparency and Control for Cross-Device Advertising Practices

WASHINGTON, D.C. – November 16, 2015 – The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) today released initial guidance to help companies apply the DAA’s Self-Regulatory Principles in the rapidly growing cross-device environment. The guidance makes clear that the transparency and choice obligations in the existing Principles apply to cross-device data practices, which are also subject to the DAA’s independent enforcement.

Summit Snapshot: The Emerging Ad-Supported Video Ecosystem

June 9, 2016

Big Idea: Video ads are a vital format for advertisers to reach a consumer on multiple devices, and improved customization will increase effectiveness

Welcome to our first in a series of blog posts dedicated to our recent DAA Summit 2016, “Connecting Self-Regulation, Relevant Ads & Respect for the Consumer” held on May 12-13, 2016, in Silicon Beach (Los Angeles, CA).  Throughout the summer, we will be providing content coverage from the Summit.

Zogby Poll: Americans Say Free, Ad-Supported Online Services Worth $1200/Year, 85 Percent Prefer Ad-Supported Internet to Paid

Three-Quarters Say They Would Reduce Online and Mobile Activities a 'Great Deal' If They Had to Pay for Free Ad-Supported Content and Services

NEW YORK, NY - May 11, 2016 - Americans assigned a value of nearly $1,200 per year to the array of free, ad-supported services and content currently available to them on computers and mobile devices, according to a groundbreaking survey conducted by Zogby Analytics. More than 85 percent of respondents said they preferred an ad-supported Internet model instead of paying for online content, and three-quarters said they would reduce their online activities "a great deal" if they had to pay for those services and content.

The Consumer Education Principle | Relevance & Control on Desktop & Mobile

April 4, 2016

This past month, the Digital Advertising Alliance undertook a fresh initiative to connect with online and mobile consumers about responsible data collection for advertising purposes, the benefits of relevance, and how they can control their interest-based advertising experiences.  With industry support, this consumer education push will run throughout 2016.

As part of this effort, DAA:

A Mobile World Gets Ready for a New Generation of Data | DAA is Ready

March 24, 2016

With 104,000 marketers gathering at Mobile World Congress 2016 in late February, one dominant conversation was operability connected to responsible data collection and use for interest-based advertising.

While many changes may be in the offing, reliable, meaningful and industry-wide guidance for responsible data collection for interest-based advertising in apps and on the mobile Web are well established.  In the United States, mobile remains a Digital Advertising Alliance priority.

2016: A Good Outlook for Responsible Data Collection & Consumer Engagement

March 9, 2016

Data is indeed dynamic.  Innovations in ad tech and changes in consumer behavior continue apace – based on all the reports we’re seeing.  All the while, one truth appears to remain:  brands and publishers continue to invest in interest-based, data-driven advertising and marketing as part of a toolset to engage consumers with relevance and convenience.

DIGITAL ADVERTISING ALLIANCE BEGINS ENFORCING NEXT PHASE OF SELF-REGULATORY PROGRAM FOR ONLINE BEHAVIORAL ADVERTISING

BBB and DMA Requesting Compliance Updates from Companies Engaging in Online Behavioral Advertising

WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 23, 2011 – The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), a self-regulatory body that develops industry best practices and effective solutions for consumer choice in online behavioral advertising (OBA), today announced the next phase in the enforcement of the Self- Regulatory Program for Online Behavioral Advertising.

DIGITAL ADVERTISING ALLIANCE ANNOUNCES FIRST 100 COMPANIES PARTICIPATING IN SELF-REGULATORY PROGRAM FOR ONLINE BEHAVIORAL ADVERTISING

Top Names in Auto, Airline, Publishing, Finance, Tech and Other Industries Using Advertising Option Icon in Online Ads; DAA Reports Accelerating Rate of Adoption by Companies

WASHINGTON, D.C., JUNE 7, 2011 – The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), a self-regulatory body that develops industry best practices and effective solutions for consumer choice in online behavioral advertising (OBA), today confirmed the names of the first 100 companies currently participating in the Self-Regulatory Program for Online Behavioral Advertising. This program is a preference management system that gives consumers enhanced control over the collection and use of data relative to OBA delivered in either Web-based or mobile consumer environments.

DAA ANNOUNCES COMPREHENSIVE PRINCIPLES FOR ONLINE COLLECTION OF WEB DATA

Multi-Site Data Collection Principles Broaden Self Regulation Beyond Online Behavioral Advertising

WASHINGTON, D.C., NOVEMBER 7, 2011 – On behalf of the nation’s leading media and marketing trade associations and their members, the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) today announced “Principles for Multi-Site Data” that significantly expand the scope of self regulation of online data collection beyond online behavioral advertising (OBA). The DAA has previously developed cross-industry best practices and effective solutions for the collection and use of data for OBA through its Advertising Option Icon program.

DIGITAL ADVERTISING ALLIANCE (DAA) ANNOUNCES ‘YOUR ADCHOICES’ CONSUMER EDUCATION CAMPAIGN

Campaign Informs Consumers About Interest-Based Advertising And Encourages Them to Take Control of Their Online Privacy

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 20, 2012 – The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), a coalition of the nation’s leading media and marketing trade associations, today announced the launch of the ‘Your AdChoices’ public education campaign designed to inform consumers about interest- based advertising and how to take greater control of their online privacy.

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