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It is a digital of the times that the Internet has more than met the demand for photos of naked people and so very much more.
And while the magazine will still run glamorous and suggestive photos of women, they will no longer be nude. It is the next step in an evolution it has already undergone online, where in order for its app to be available in the Apple store, it had to be squeaky clean, Jones told Digiday. Or, apparently, at all. Google elaborated on its timeline for killing off third-party cookies as part of its promises to the UK's antitrust authority.
The Network Advertising Initiative's new privacy control is intended to stop -based audience matching — often referred to as onboarding. This week's Media Briefing looks at how the pandemic and the cookie's eventual demise have created the conditions for the programmatic ad market that publishers have been pushing for, with a shift to private buying coinciding with prices pushing past pre-pandemic levels.
As the ad tech industry rewires itself around the contours of privacy, supply-side platforms are reinventing themselves again. October 13, by Brian Braiker. Most Read.
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