NEW YORK, NY - February 23, 2012 - We are honored that the White House this morning has endorsed the work of the Digital Advertising Alliance and our participating associations – the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4A’s), the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), the American Advertising Federation (AAF), the Direct Marketing Association (DMA), the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) and the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) – in creating robust self-regulation to protect consumer privacy rights and expectations in the advertising-supported Internet.
DAA Announces Plans to Expand Program Consumer Choice Mechanisms
WASHINGTON, D.C., February 23, 2012 – Today at a White House gathering with leaders of the business community, Director of the National Economic Council and Assistant to the President for Economic Policy, Gene Sperling, U.S. Secretary of Commerce, John Bryson, and Federal Trade Commission Chairman, Jon Leibowitz, commended the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) and its members for the significant progress over the past three years to implement a strong privacy protection program for consumers.
NEW YORK, NY - March 29, 2012 - In response to Yahoo!’s March 29, 2012 announcement that it will implement a Do Not Track (DNT) header solution that will be accessible across Yahoo!’s global network by early summer, Stuart Ingis, counsel to the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), stated: “Yahoo! has been a leader in participating in the DAA’s development of meaningful privacy protections for consumers. We support the Yahoo!
New poll commissioned by the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) shows that Americans understand and appreciate the importance of the ad-supported Internet
WASHINGTON, D.C. – April 18, 2013 – Americans place great value on the availability of free Internet content, and appreciate Internet advertising that is tailored to their specific interests, a new poll finds. The survey, commissioned by the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), measured attitudes regarding online advertising, with a specific focus on interest-based ads.
NEW YORK and WASHINGTON - July 16, 2013 - The 4A's, the Association of National Advertisers (ANA), the American Advertising Federation (AAF), the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), the Direct Marketing Association (DMA), the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), and the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) released the following statement today (July 16, 2013) on the W3C's recent announcement regarding Do Not Track negotiations:
New guidance for apps, location, and personal directory data usage hailed as imperative to transparency in mobile world by nation’s largest media and marketing associations
WASHINGTON – July 24, 2013 – The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA), the operator of the interactive media and marketing industry’s largest and most successful consumer preference program, today unveiled new guidance for assuring that its Self-Regulatory Principles currently enforced on the web are honored in mobile environments, providing consumer-friendly privacy controls in this fast-growing medium.
New Zogby survey reveals that users demand ad-supported content, value tools that enhance transparency and choice
WASHINGTON – November 5, 2013 – The more Internet users learn about the protections and choices available to them, the more comfortable they become with online interest-based advertising, according to a new poll conducted by Zogby Analytics on behalf of the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA).
More than half of all Americans polled (51.3 percent) said they’d be more likely to click on an online ad that included an icon – like the Advertising Option icon – that allowed them to opt out of ad-related information collection.
By Lou Mastria
By Lou Mastria
The Digital Advertising Alliance hosted its second annual Summit for participants – its first on the West Coast – on Thursday, June 26, at the stunning art-deco City Club of San Francisco.
By Lou Mastria
This blog post is another in our continuing series of coverage from #DAASummit2014, held June 26 in San Francisco.