After important Safe Harbour ruling, European digital ad industry echoes calls for rules on international data flows that allow market to continue to grow and innovate.
Our Public Policy Manager, Christie Dennehy-Neil, expresses her thoughts after the launch of the Phase 2 Content and Native Guidelines.
Guidelines draw heavily on good practice in print media
The IAB's Public Policy Manager, Christie Dennehy-Neil explains why the IAB are continuing to support Media Smart, and looks at the launch of their new 'advertising in social media' resources for secondary schools.
Christie Dennehy-Neil, the IAB's Public Policy Manager, explains how to reduce the likelihood of your next ad inadvertently funding the activities of those who are committing intellectual property crime.
As the internet continues to become more entrenched in our everyday lives so the notion of privacy becomes all the more important. User privacy is a challenge that all organisations – big or small - operating in a digital world need to address, not least as this world is about to get a whole lot...
The IAB UK outlines how ad blocking prevents brands and publishers from reaching their audiences with effective and relevant communications and content.
The IAB UK, on why brand safety remains a key concern for the digital advertising industry and how we must work together to protect the online ecosystem.
Since the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU) launched Operation Creative and the Infringing Website List (IWL) in 2013, there has been a 73% decrease in advertising from the UK’s top ad spending companies on copyright infringing websites.
EU Justice ministers endorsed their version of new privacy rules that could hamper the data-driven advertising that funds much of the Internet.