Google continues to send data from EU websites to the US – despite two Court of Justice rulings.
How the expansion of data privacy laws and advertising technology standards limits companies’ ability to use third-party data for retargeting.
The partnership is the latest trend showing a convergence between the telecoms market and Silicon Valley.
Both companies are changing how they allow others to collect and use data from their billions of online users.
Legal action against Google over claims it secretly tracked millions of iPhone users’ would “open the floodgates” to mass data protection claims.
EU’s Margrethe Vestager Confirms That Google’s Planned Removal Of Third-Party Cookies Is An Antitrust Concern
The European Commission verified in writing that Google’s use of data to fuel its ad tech business is a focus of its ongoing antitrust investigation.
A judge has ruled that Google broke Australian law by misleading users about personal location data collected through Android mobile devices.
Verizon Media announced the launch of its Next-Gen Solutions suite to make advertisers and publishers independent of cookies or mobile app IDs.