Tag Archives: cookies

Unesco launches confuse-a-cookie kit with DDB Paris

Unesco is launching The Cookie Factory as part of a campaign against the aforementioned online menaces, aimed at persuading its 193 member states to adopt its Recommendation on the Ethics of AI. That is, stop A1-powered cookies spying on us. ...

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Cheetah Digital takes aim at “creepy” marketing directors

Cheetah Digital, an online ad platform, is siding with the angels as we prepare for a cookie-free future, running a campaign with actor Wayne Knight (Seinfeld etc) as “creepy marketing director Dennis” tracking people over the internet. This follow a ...

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Silvia Sparry of Xaxis: will creativity solve digital advertising’s cookie-free dilemma?

With the approaching obsolescence of third-party cookies, marketers must reimagine how they optimise digital campaigns, strengthen audience connections, and build relevant ad experiences. Digital advertising’s precision targeting and measurement capabilities have placed performance under the microscope, but this has drawn ...

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Tim Glomb of Cheetah Digital: why zero-party data is better than cookies

Cookies are on the way out and a new form of data collection is coming to replace third-party data. Recognising consumers concerns about data privacy, but also their simultaneous desire for personalisation, is essential for digital marketing. Zero-party data can ...

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