So we generally assume most major enterprises have the resources in place to stay complaints with privacy regulations. That is if they choose to do
Google realized it wasn’t going to meet a milestone it committed to last year phase-out third-party cookies. The company announced in a blog post yesterday
The recent launch of iOS 14.5 dropped the gauntlet on mobile data collection. That includes more in-app notifications to explicate data tracking, and to offer opt-outs. What’s the impact so far? We examine the evidence.
In iOS 14.5, Apple sends users notifications about apps that are tracking them. Moreover, it offers a quick and easy way to opt-out of tracking, which otherwise lingers in the background unnoticed. What will be the impact?
Apple’s latest privacy move is in-app notifications in iOS 14.5 to inform users about what’s being tracked and let them easily opt out. As part of the rollout, Apple released a new video which we examine for Localogy Insider readers.
Apple, Google, and Facebook are amidst a seismic shift in user privacy that is forcing the digital advertising industry to re-think two of its foundational
Back in January, Google announced it was phasing out third-party cookies on its Chrome browsers. It did so under public and competitive pressure to do
The world of mobile location tracking saw a big development this week when Apple and Google issued moratoriums on data from X-Mode. They’ve communicated to developers to remove X-Mode trackers in their apps. We examine.
The Singapore-based data intelligence company Near has acquired French location data company Teemo for an undisclosed sum, according to TechCrunch. Near, founded in 2012, raised
Somewhere within the election chaos, a key piece of legislation passed for the online advertising industry. The California Privacy Rights Act (CRPA) passed, which will impact eCommerce and other online segments.