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Summit Snapshot ‘18: What Does GDPR Mean for the Global Advertising Ecosystem?

September 26, 2018

Big Idea: EU’s GDPR is now enforceable. This panel explored how companies seek to comply with these new rules, investigate other oversight models, and help ensure responsible data use in digital advertising according to a respective country’s laws & regs.

“What are other jurisdictions doing in the realm of regulation, co-regulation, and self-regulation?” Shannon Yavorsky, partner at Venable LLP, posed the question to the panelists of “Reality Check: Does GDPR Make the Entire World Go Round?” during the Digital Advertising Alliance Summit18 - ADapt!

Summit Snapshot ‘18: Using Data for Social Good – and Really Terrific Stories

August 17, 2018

Big Idea: Data about consumers empowers creative, innovative and and socially powerful marketing and advertising, in service to the greater good.

Marla Kaplowitz, president and chief executive officer, 4A’s, hosted a Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) Summit18 – ADapt! panel that explored these altruistic themes – with compelling content that truly demonstrates the depth and breadth of how data, advertising and social channels can be leveraged to make a world of difference, daily.

Summit Snapshot ‘18: The Evolution of Brand Safety Issues & Solutions

August 7, 2018

Big Idea: As digital ads expand in reach and influence, brand safety must be part of the consumer trust equation, where consumer privacy, transparency & control online is considered alongside other concerns such as security, fraud, context & viewability.

Over the years, many facets of brand safety have been in the spotlight -- adjacency, privacy, fraud, security, viewability and ad placement, among them. Interest-based advertising, for example, wholly relies on responsible data collection to target and establish connections between sellers and consumers and bolster consumer trust.

Helping the Ecosystem Adapt: 9 Ways the DAA Helped in 2017

January 18, 2018

The dynamic nature of digital advertising certainly was proven in 2017 – as our Digital Advertising Alliance self-regulatory program marked its eighth year in market.

While we may be a startup in spirit, we’ve achieved mature reach as our program has helped advertising organizations adapt to new technologies, evolving policy concerns, and ever-higher expectations of consumers.

We’re proud of those accomplishments, which were made possible by the support of our founding associations and the participation of so many hundreds of companies and thousands of brands.

Summit Snapshot: X-Factor -- Responsible Data Collection for Interest-Based Advertising Across Devices

October 7, 2017

Big Idea: The number of different devices we use is growing -- and so are the ways they’re talking to each other. Companies are trying to keep up, connecting cross-device data and marketing responsibly, to meet consumer expectations.

Innovation at DAA Summit 2017….

As marketers continue to coalesce the customer experience through the myriad devices we interact with on a daily basis -- which comScore now estimates to be between 10 and 12 devices per household -- they are also diligently heeding ethical standards and best practices in an increasingly dynamic ecosystem.

Summit Snapshot: The One-Ton Cookie -- The Intersection of Self-Driving Vehicles and Relevance

September 21, 2017

Big Idea: As quickly as doors open in the connected car ecosystem, stakeholders and regulators are trying to shape useful rules and standards around a flow of data potentially useful to marketers.

Innovation at DAA Summit 2017…

The age of connected and autonomous vehicles has arrived, raising questions about the future of the auto industry, public safety, and the very nature of transportation. But as cars become smarter, companies and regulators alike are thinking about more than just their driving performance -- the focus also rests on the data such vehicles can collect.

Summit Snapshot: Policymakers are Noting the Good Work of DAA

June 26, 2017

Big Idea: Lawmakers care deeply about consumer privacy -- but they welcome industry self-regulation on privacy issues when they see it to be effective.

Recently, representatives of the ad industry have seen not just increased recognition, but an embrace of the Digital Advertising Alliance and its program among officials, especially as debates about privacy are reviving in Washington and elsewhere. Acceptance of support for advertising self-regulation in the United States appears to be growing.

Take one example from a policymaker address at our most recent DAA Summit 17 (June 13-14, 2017) in Lansdowne, VA.

Summit Snapshot: What’s Your Privacy Team Plan?

March 17, 2017

Big Idea: DAA Principles help advertisers address consumer concerns about privacy -- but that requires cross-enterprise support...

Communication and collaboration throughout organizations are critical to integrate the DAA Principles effectively. Innovations such as location and cross-device data collection and use are current examples where Principles adherence can help marketers manage privacy successfully.

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