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June 9, 2013

Our First Annual Summit… in Tweets, Part IV: Accountability, Consumer Choice Technology & Going Global Coverage

The Digital Advertising Alliance held its first-ever Summit for DAA participants on June 5 in Washington, DC – sponsored by TRUSTe.

This is a fourth and final post from the day’s events -- a “quick read” on goings-on at the conference, taken from a  #DAASummit Twitter feed from our @daausa handle.

For a full summary of all Twitter participants who posted during the event (there were more than 200 posted), visit https://twitter.com/DAAUSA.

Selected presentations for the event will be posted on this blog next week.

SESSION: ACCOUNTABILITY AT SCALE

A fireside chat between “enforcers & enforcees” led by CBBB’s Genie Barton & DMA’s Jerry Cerasale | #DAASummit – a break from PPTs!

2 different approaches to @DAAusa #enforcement between DMA & CBBB, and they are cooperative & complimentary | #DAASummit

Remarkable that 100% #DAA Principles compliance has been achieved, even with businesses not affiliated with DAA | #DAASummit

CBBB’s monitoring & #enforcement for #DAA relies on @Evidon @Ghostery which tracks targeted ad data flows | #DAASummit

DAA #enforcement pertains to everyone – not just DAA participants, and CBBB & DMA do look at both | #DAASummit

Non-compliance & non-cooperation w/ #DAA Principles #enforcement will result in negative publicity & names being announced | #DAASummit

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June 9, 2013

Our First Annual Summit… in Tweets, Part III: FTC Commissioner Ohlhausen & Small Publishers Session Coverage

The Digital Advertising Alliance held its first-ever Summit for DAA participants on June 5 in Washington, DC – sponsored by TRUSTe.

This is our third in a series of “quick read” reports from the  #DAASummit Twitter feed (follow us at @daausa), and this recap covers two well-received sessions and speakers – our keynote address provided by Federal Trade Commission Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen, and a small publishers panel organized by the Interactive Advertising Bureau.    

For a full text of Commissioner Ohlhausen’s address, readers may visit here:
https://www.ftc.gov/public-statements/2013/06/remarks-commissioner-maureen-k-ohlhausen

For a full summary of all Twitter participants who posted during the event (there were more than 200 posted), visit twitter.com/DAAUSA.

Selected presentations for the event will be posted on this blog shortly.

KEYNOTE:  FTC COMMISSIONER OHLHAUSEN

FTC’s Ohlhausen: Privacy by Design, Simplified Notice & Choice, Greater Transparency – all good #privacy best practices | #DAASummit

Self-regs can offer consumers more privacy choices – and can be more nimble than government programs | Ohlhausen at #DAASummit

DAA has given consumers constructive choices &...

June 7, 2013

Our First Annual Summit… in Tweets, Part II: Economics of Relevant Advertising & State of Mobile | Mobile Self-Regulation

The Digital Advertising Alliance held its first-ever Summit for DAA participants on June 5 in Washington, DC – sponsored by TRUSTe.  This is the second part of a four-part series, recapping the “Twitter Highlights” from DAA’s @daausa Twitter handle.  We offer this as a quick-read recap of Summit goings-on.

For a full summary of all Twitter participants who posted during the event (there were more than 200 posted), visit twitter.com/DAAUSA.

Selected presentations for the event will be posted on this blog shortly.

 

SESSION: THE ECONOMICS OF RELEVANT ADVERTISING

Marc Groman of @The__NAI at #DAASummit:  $17.7b spent on display internet ads, per eMarketer – growing strong!

Economist Howard Beales recaps CPM ROI on behavioral targeting – 2X that of run-of-network ads, pointing to ’09 study | #DAASummit

Wow! #DAASummit: A 3rd-party #cookies ban would decrease advertiser profits from display ads by >45% in US, says Garrett Johnson

Same prelim findings also show an opt-in requirement for cookies would hit advertiser profits from display ads by almost 41% | #DAASummit

Economist Adam Thierer says benefits from targeted Net ads have made a positive policy impact – but creepiness remains | #DAASummit

FTC has abandoned harms-based analysis to regulation – which is really unfortunate, says Economist Adam Thierer...

June 7, 2013

Our First Annual Summit… in Tweets, Part I: State of Industry & Champions of DAA Session Coverage

The Digital Advertising Alliance held its first-ever Summit for DAA participants on June 5 in Washington, DC – sponsored by TRUSTe.

For a “quick read” on goings-on at the conference, we’ve taken the  #DAASummit Twitter feed from our @daausa handle and will post these in a series as a “quick read” recap of the event, beginning with this post.

For a full summary of all Twitter participants who posted during the event (there were more than 200 posted), visit twitter.com/DAAUSA.

Selected presentations for the event will be posted on this blog shortly.

Happy scanning!

Tweets from our DAA account – organized by session according to our Summit agenda – please follow us at @daausa:

SESSION: STATE OF INDUSTRY

DMA CEO Linda Woolley Opens #DMASummit sponsored by @TRUSTe | #interest-based ads

Our first #DAASummit – Thanks to 4A’s, DMA, AAF, ANA, IAB, NAI, CBBB, and sponsor @TRUSTe & Hundreds of DAA Participant Companies

Welcome to #DAASummit – 15m visitors to youradchoices.com ed site | total 2m unique opt-outs | #transparency #choice @lmastria

One milestone for #interest-based ads | White House agreement in Feb 12 – set the tone #self-regulation success, says Venable’s Stu Ingis

More Internet real estate is devoted to Advertising Option icon than anything...

May 31, 2013

June 5 DAA’s First Summit – FTC Commissioner Ohlhausen to Serve as Keynote Speaker

The agenda (link below) for the Digital Advertising Alliance’s First Summit is final (June 5 in Washington, DC), and we hope you are able to attend.  We are very pleased to announce that Federal Trade Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen will speak during a luncheon keynote address, providing a perspective on interest-based advertising and Internet innovations in our economy.

Commissioner Ohlhausen recently expressed concern publicly that potential regulation of the Internet could have negative, unintended effects, particularly small online ad companies. We believe such points of view underscore the vital importance of self-regulation for digital interest-based advertising, including self-regulation expansion, enforcement and effectiveness.

This is the scope of our First Summit.   

The DAA Summit will feature panels that tackle the adaptation of self-regulation to the mobile environment; the consumer and brand benefits for companies participating in the DAA’s ubiquitous Advertising Option ”AdChoices“ icon program; the economic importance of relevant advertising to today’s Internet ecosystem, and small publishers in particular; the DAA’s growing compliance and enforcement efforts; and the expansion of the DAA program internationally, where we will be hosting marketers from Canada, and potentially Europe.  

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