Issue 283

March 11, 2020


Why the GDPR Investigation Into Criteo Could Be a ‘Line in the Sand’ for Ad Tech

This excerpt perfectly encapsulates how confusing all of this stuff is: "“At the time, I wrote about how that was incredibly ambiguous, which is contrary to the letter of GDPR,” he added. In January this year, the CNIL published draft recommendations on the use of cookies and trackers that requires users to perform a clear and positive action to indicate their consent, such as clicking on an “accept” button. Yet, in November the Spanish data authority said continued browsing would count as a user accepting the use of cookies."DIGIDAY.COM
Join the Weekly Newsletter Which Consistently Opens at +45%

Why is the open rate so high?

We think it's because we take the time to curate the best articles on acquisition and retention marketing we can find.

Plus, you'll get access to job listings, our own original content and exclusive invitations to our roster of events.

We respect your privacy.
We'll never share your address and you may unsubscribe at any time.