What the €50M Google GDPR Fine Means for You

On Monday, January 21st, the CNIL, France’s data privacy regulatory body, fined Google €50 million for “lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent regarding ads personalisation.” Importantly, per the BBC, the CNIL said that Google had “failed to obtain a valid legal basis to process user data,” and that “the option to […]

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Update from the Road: What Does Winning Look Like? [Part 2]

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It’s been a little bit over a month since I started down the path to find out what makes a winning publisher. I’ve thrown out a few questions on the Sovrn Forum, had some discussions on LinkedIn, had various in-person discussions and have talked about it at Opsx in Washington DC and Ops in New […]

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