Practical Insights: Regulation and AdTech: Is the future cookie-less? Exchange_Lock
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Practical Insights: Regulation and AdTech: Is the future cookie-less?

  • Broadcast: Wednesday 13 November 2019
  • Duncan Smith

Trouble is brewing. For marketers, the continued use of cookies and Real Time Bidding (RTB) to target marketing messages to internet users is at stake.

The ICO’s Technology Strategy 2018-2021 clearly prioritises the need to ensure the use of web and cross-device tracking by marketers complies with both the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and existing and emerging electronic communications legislation.

Join us for this member-only webinar where you will learn:

  • Must-know regulation for marketers using programmatic advertising and/or RTB
  • What compliance looks like
  • How you can be proactive in the latest regulatory developments
  • How to begin building a ‘defensible position’ for your brand

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Duncan Smith Course director CIM

About the Speaker

Duncan Smith
Duncan Smith Course director, CIM

Duncan Smith is the principal trainer for specialist consultancy iCompli® Ltd. who have trained and advised clients on information law and privacy issues since 2004. Combining a unique skillset of business process, marketing, information law and privacy laws enables Duncan to identify, understand and solve many of today’s privacy challenges. 

For CIM he is the course director for a number of our courses dealing in marketing law, such as GDPR and the ePrivacy regulation.

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