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The DAA Political Ad Icon: Help Every Digital and Mobile Political Ad for Statewide and Federal Office Provide Real-Time Disclosures for Voter Transparency

September 14, 2022

Big Idea: The same fervor and framework that helped us deliver real-time, on-demand privacy notices for online interest-based advertising trillions of times can do the same for digital political ads – to deliver campaign disclosures to voters effectively

Amid this 2022 Election – with primaries among states having just completed – the Digital Advertising Alliance has undertaken program enhancements in our Political Ads Program, which I’d like to share with you here.

Digital Advertising Alliance Launches Initial Certification Process for Addressable Media Identifiers (AMIs)

AMI Providers Must Certify Compliance with AMI Policy Framework; TrustArc to Extend DAA Role to Serve as Initial Certification Partner; LiveRamp First Provider to Undergo Certification; Prebid Addressability Framework To Be Initial Software Service

New York, NY – May 3, 2022 – Today the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) announced the launch of its initial certification process for providers of Addressable Media Identifiers (AMIs).

2022 – A Year to Reinvest in Responsible Customer Engagement with Relevant Advertising Content

January 26, 2022

Big idea: Relevance requires continual reinvestment. DAA is amid just that to keep pace with consumer identifiers, responsible data collection, and new avenues for transparency and control, thanks to your participation. Let's keep it going, all together.

Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) Principles were established more than a decade ago to keep pace with a rapidly changing marketplace -- extending effective meaningful privacy protections to US consumers. In many ways, 2021 marked a watershed year – all of it setting the stage for a 2022 that will keep DAA innovating to protect and advance consumer engagement with responsible brands and publishers of content.

Summit Snapshot: Ad-Supported Streaming and Meeting Consumer Privacy Expectations

November 5, 2021

Big Idea: As consumer streaming of content booms, that portion that is ad-financed must be privacy-proactive in ways that enhance the overall user experience.

During the Digital Advertising Alliance’s 2021 Virtual Summit, we assembled an innovation panel dedicated to exploring how privacy and trust can be conveyed in such data-driven advertising experiences.

Preparing Consumer Choice for Its Next Chapter – A ‘Thank You’ to Industry Leaders for Their Vision and Support

June 22, 2021

It takes a lot of initiative and preparation to maintain an effective, privacy-friendly consumer opt-out for interest-based advertising in an evolving ad-tech ecosystem. We’re getting it done – with help.

As we move forward to a “beta” launch of token-based opt-out/revocation functionality for consumer choice later this month, I want to take a moment to mark this achievement by acknowledging some of the companies that have raised their hands to help get this developed.

New DAA-Commissioned Survey Shows ‘AdChoices’ Icon Recognition Has Grown to 82 Percent in 2021

June 3, 2021

Consumers use and see the icon as a portal to privacy information – and assign trust to brands, publishers and advertisers who use it in ads, in apps and on sites.

To evaluate ongoing consumer awareness and perception around the “AdChoices” icon, the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) conducted a survey of 1,000 US adults in February 2021. Among top-line findings are that 82 percent of respondents have some familiarity with the YourAdChoices Icon and 81 percent understand the icon broadly offers them choice and control as it pertains to advertising.

DAA Announces Updated Transparency & Consumer Control with Token-based Opt-out/Revocation Tool

May 12, 2021

AppChoices is being updated to remain consistent with industry best practices and consumer expectations/preferences.

As the digital advertising industry continues to evolve, the Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) is working to ensure that its time-tested Transparency and Control Principles,

Summit Snapshot: Identity Management Challenges Underscore Need for Cross-Industry Coordination and Leadership

October 1, 2020

Big idea: As the marketplace ponders what comes now and after cookies, the results will have to balance the value consumers place on privacy, convenience and access to diverse content.

With the industry’s heightened attention on identity management amid policy making and technology developments, it’s no wonder the ad tech community – joined by agencies, publishers and advertisers –

In Response to Inquiry, DAA Informs State of Texas that a Thriving Internet Economy and Effective Privacy Protection Can and Must Co-Exist

September 16, 2020

Until a national data policy standard is enacted by Congress, we need to be vigilant educators of policymakers at all levels of government.

Last month, the Digital Advertising Alliance joined a coalition of trade organizations – all of which serve as our association Board – in providing an informational response to a State of Texas Privacy Protection Advisory Council inquiry. The DAA’s response focused on responsible data collection, digital advertising, privacy protection and related topics.

Summit Snapshot: Rep. Diaz Barragán (D-CA) Addresses Responsible Data Use and a Potential National Privacy Law

July 6, 2020

Big Idea: The transparency and safeguards that consumers demand and expect in a national data privacy law are foundational to the DAA Principles and the Privacy for America framework were echoed in a speech by Rep. Diaz Barragán at DAA Virtual Summit 20.

The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) may have taken our annual Summit program “virtual” – having to relocate online from our original intended venue in Southern California, because of COVID-19 -- but that didn’t stop an influential member of California’s Congressional delegation from addressing our Summit audience on consumer data concerns and the need for a new federal privacy law.

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