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Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) Enhances Privacy Controls in the Mobile Marketplace with Launch of Two New Tools for Consumers

'AppChoicesTM' and 'Consumer Choice Page for Mobile Web' Take Control and Advertising Transparency Beyond Desktop, While Delivering a Consistent Independently Enforceable Choice Experience

NEW YORK, NY - February 25, 2015 - The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) today launched two new mobile tools for consumers – "AppChoices" and the "DAA Consumer Choice Page for Mobile Web."  These innovations supplement the self-regulatory organization’s advertising transparency and choice mechanisms already used by millions of consumers for their desktop browsers. This evolution in the DAA's choice platforms adapts consumer-friendly, independently enforceable privacy controls to the fast-growing mobile medium.

Digital Advertising Alliance Announces Mobile Privacy Enforcement to Begin September 1, 2015

Council of Better Business Bureaus and Direct Marketing Association Will Lead Independent Accountability Program for DAA’s Mobile Guidance

NEW YORK, NY – May 7, 2015 – The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) today announced that enforcement of its Principles in the mobile environment (DAA Mobile Guidance) will begin on September 1, 2015, including new guidance specific to mobile, such as cross-app data, precise location data and personal directory data. The Council of Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) and the Direct Marketing Association (DMA) will extend their ongoing independent oversight of the DAA Principles on browsers to the mobile space.

DAA Mobile Guidance Enforcement Begins Today: Why That’s Important

September 1, 2015

As of today (September 1, 2015), companies which collect and use data across mobile sites or mobile apps for interest-based advertising purposes will be required to demonstrate compliance with the Digital Advertising Alliance Principles as they relate to mobile activity. Importantly, the DAA Principles also include obligations for accessing and using precise location data and personal directory data (such as directories, contacts, photos, etc.).

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