Move appears to be related to the SAR's new national security law.
Google DoubleClick was receiving data from eight apps tested, while Facebook was receiving data from nine.
"If we stop focusing on next quarter and instead consider what is likely to occur in a few years’ time, it becomes easier to take decisive steps."
The status quo isn't working. Time to give users real control over the data they share and end the game of Whac-A-Mole between advertisers, browsers and users.
The CEO of SuperAwesome describes the state of the internet in terms of children's safety — and says China is further ahead than most in getting it right.
Evolving data laws run the risk of creating continued headaches, but GDPR has pushed most brands, agencies and publishers to a better place, argues Eyeota's international MD Aaron Jackson.
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