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With the launch of Portal, Facebook taps into the power of Voice

Facebook is kicking-off Q4 with what could be the most-wanted product of the 2018 holiday season. Today, Facebook announced Portal and Portal+, two Alexa-enabled, video chatting devices that are designed to help people feel closer to friends and family. Over the past few years, Facebook has made advancements and investments to fulfill its mission of […]

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NAI AnnouncesSelf-Regulatory Code of Conduct for Online Behavioral Advertising

by Chris Hansen VP of Performance Marketing, 360i This week, the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) released its 2008 NAI Principles. These principles are designed to provide member advertising networks, specifically those that offer behavioral targeting, a code of conduct for data collection and a set of rules regarding user privacy. The main goal of these […]

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Will Browsers’ New Privacy Modes Burn Cookies?

A big focus of new web browsers coming out is increased privacy settings for consumers. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 8, still in beta but widely available, offers an InPrivate Browsing option where the browser doesn’t store any cookies, temporary files, or user information. Google offers a similar Incognito setting in its new Chrome browser. There are […]

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