On 6 October 2015, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) officially struck down the so-called Safe Harbour framework – a widely used agreement between the European Union (EU) and the United States (US) that allowed companies to send personal data from the EU to the US.
The basic principles for advertisers to successfully engage with people haven’t really changed since the first days of print advertorials.
The native distribution in-feed ad unit type, as identified within the IAB UK’s Content & Native Definitions Framework is a major ad type used to achieve ‘native advertising’ objectives by appearing within a publisher’s editorial feed – albeit clearly identified as advertising.
This booklet is the output of the IAB UK’s Mobile Board, Mobile Leadership Council and Mobile Council, who worked together to address the frequently asked questions in this field.
This Green Paper, produced by The IAB’s Performance Marketing Council, considers the current online to offline market landscape from the perspective of the digital advertising and marketing industry, the source of many of the technologies which are fuelling rapid changes in consumer behaviours.
These Ad Blocking FAQs provide the answers to some of the IAB UK's most asked questions about ad blocking.
This document outlines good practice in relation to the disclosure of content-based advertising online.
This location FAQ document is the result of an industry need for clarification and education where using location to target and serve relevant advertising is concerned.
This document, sponsored by Tamome, looks at sites, apps, mobile display and search and acts as a top tips guide for brands on how to maximise your mobile strategy.
This document updates the Downloadable Software Applications Code of Conduct (previously revised in May 2010).