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IAB UK works with our members to build a sustainable future for digital advertising. Through each episode of our Connected Podcast, find out how brands, agencies, ad tech companies, publishers and platforms are adapting as the UK emerges from lockdown. Hear their predictions, the things they've learnt and some personal stories from our members. Hosted by the IAB's Chief Marketing Officer, James Chandler.
 
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Autonomous sensory meridian response, or ASMR as it's more commonly known, will send a shiver down your spine. This unique form of audio can cause a tingling sensation that typically begins on the scalp and moves down the back of the neck - and has been used by influencers and musicians for purposes of meditation, therapy or simply performance. In …
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Update on NHS Track and Trace QR Codes and data collection and retention, Wick man unhappy with response of NHS Highland to Covid-19 FOI request, British Airways penalty reduced to £20 million, Belgian DPA rules IAB code of practice inadequate, Your Lawyers initiate class action against Virgin Media, Carnival Cruis…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Covid-19 Temperature Checks and GDPR, Tesco finds difficulty informing staff of positive Covid-19 test, Home Working DPIA - what you should consider, Department for Education receives a damning audit report from ICO, Crown Prosecution Service reports over 1500 data breaches in 12 months, Docsketch data breach, Ardo…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Blackbaud admits data breach may have contained customers financial details, H&M fined for holding too much data on their employees, Greater Manchester Police data breach, Kylie Jenner online store suffers data breach, Basingstoke and Deane Council declare data breach, Belgian DPA goes to CJEU for permission to pur…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Covid19 guidance for shops and hospitality venues, GDPR Phishing Scam, AirBnB suffer new data breach, Shopify data breach update, Stone Refurb data breach leads to credit card fraud, School data breaches involving physical documents, Babylon Health data breach update, Universities face class action after Blackbaud …
 
After a short break for a less-than-ordinary summer, James Chandler is back behind the mic for another season of discussion, insight and inspiration from across digital advertising. In this episode, James chats to Samsung Ads' Alex Hole about their new white paper 'Behind the Screens' which reveals that during the first half of 2020, streaming acco…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Covid19 data gathering now law for bars, pubs, restaurants and other leisure venues, Public Health Wales suffers Covid-19 data breach, Employer guidance on carrying out employee Covid-19 checks, Working from home - some thoughts on best practice, Northern Ireland Historic Abuse inquiry data breach update, Warner Mu…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Test and Trace data collection by hospitality and leisure establishments becomes mandatory, Virtual Mailroom data breach affects businesses and local authorities, ICO reports 34% increase in reports by Whistleblowers, Northern Ireland Historical Abuse Inquiry data breach, Northumberland County Council data breach c…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Warner Music data breach exposes customers' payment card details, New South Wales drivers licence details in data breach, Finland Kela apologises for paper data breach, Barrister uses GDPR to extract job interview comments, Telmate data breach exposes prisoner data, Uber data breach cover-up update, Morgan Stanley …
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: ICO responds to letter from cross-party group of MPs, Sam Smiths brewery not taking part in track and trace as it claims it breaches GDPR, Covid19 vaccine studies being hampered by GDPR, Blackbaud faces class action over data breach, Watford Community Housing faces legal action from tenants …
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show:- Freepik data breach, Carnival Cruises data breach, Ritz Hotel London data breach, Marriott Hotels face class action after data breach, University of Brighton data breach, Experian South Africa data breach, DPC provides update on Twitter investigation, TikTok faces GDPR compliance investigat…
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: Salesforce and Oracle to be sued over their involvement in contextual advertising tracking, South Wales Police facial recognition ruled unlawful by UK Court of Appeal, Ofqual investigated by ICO over algorithm used for calculation of Covid-19 affected exam grades, Elizabeth Denham in Canada …
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: Covid19 GDPR Compliance Survey from the hospitality industry, ICO issues Exam script exemption update, British Dental Association data breach, Hope House Childrens Hospice part of Blackbaud data breach, Basingstoke Hospital data breach, Marriot Hotels data breach update, British Airways data…
 
Coming up in this week's episode: Blackbaud data breach update, Twitter data breach update, EU Doctors call for tests to ensure GDPR contact tracing apps are compatible, GDPR Compliant Covid 19 tests, Eat out to Help Out raises GDPR issues, Over 50% of Universities had data breach in last 12 months, Flintshire Local Development Plan suffers data br…
 
Following the Government’s announcement that it will be introducing a 9pm watershed on High Fat, Salt and Sugar online ads - and potentially an outright ban - we know that our members will have a lot of questions about what this means in practice and what the potential wider ramifications could be. In this special episode, James talks to the IAB's …
 
They say you should never meet your heroes, but in our latest episode, interviewer becomes interviewee as James speaks to Rachel Humphreys, co-host and producer of his favourite podcast, The Guardian's Today in Focus. It was, Rachel tells James, a Guardian staffer who invented the word "podcast" and The Guardian has long been committed to using aud…
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: UK Track and Trace system reported to ICO over GDPR breach, Update on Irish Covid-19 Contact Tracking app, Teenage hacker infiltrates Western Australia Coronavirus database, RBS data breach reported by ex-employee, Blackbaud data breach targets UK, US and Canadian universities, EDPB BCRs gui…
 
With holidays during lockdown out of the question, there are few industries that have been hit by COVID-19 as hard as the travel industry. In this episode, the IAB's James Chandler talks to Tripadvisor's Associate Director of Research and Insights, Shibani Walia. They discuss Tripadvisor's COVID-19 recovery white paper, new travel patterns already …
 
Coming up in episode 100 of the GDPR Weekly Show: EU-US privacy shield struck down by CJEU in SchremsII Case, School guidance following Covid-19, Twitter data breach, South East Coast Ambulance data breach, PCIPAL survey results, MGM data breach exposes more victims, Singapore data protection law update, 2nd IT contractor arrested over Landmark Whi…
 
After many years working with media companies, Sarah Christie, a coach and hypnotherapist, bought Crockwell Farm in Cornwall where she set up a retreat to help people escape life and manage work-related stress. In this episode of the IAB Connected Podcast, Sarah joins James from here retreat (her description of which will whisk you away to rolling …
 
Coming up in this week's edition of the GDPR Weekly Show: Covid19 tracking apps international comparison, Racial discrimination causing data breaches in Irish meat packing plants, AI cameras and their use in the fight against Covid19, NHS Orkney data breach, Equifax data breach update, Whitehall data breaches reported in 2019/20, Clearview AI inves…
 
"Are our eyes really worth ten times more than our ears?" asked Daniel Ek, Spotify's Founder in relation to the comparable ad spend between video and audio. In this episode, Spotify's VP EMEA and Multi-Market Sales, Marco Bertozzi, discusses the trajectory of online audio, Spotify's work in podcasts and - in case you missed it - his lockdown garden…
 
Rocket are a youth and children's marketing business who help brands understand young people. Their lockdown diaries with children aged 5-11 reveal how kids have reacted to being stuck at home and in this episode James Chandler speaks to James Erskine and Sophie Thirlwell about some of the children's brands that have made a big impression - from Se…
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: Covid19 update on GDPR implications for hospitality venues, Review of GDPR compliant tracing apps to capture NHS Track and Trace data, Matt Hancock faces legal action over no DPIA for Track and Trace, Ransomware which reports you for GDPR breach, Facebook data breach, ONS identifies UK cyber…
 
IAB UK has been working with Callaly since they were named one of the 50 Leading DTC brands in the UK as part of our study Born Online in 2019. With a brand described as "chic" by Vogue, they are making waves in femcare and revolutionising how women buy period products. In this episode, Callaly's CMO Kate Huang discusses crowdfunding, B-Corps, infl…
 
After a short break for our Stay Engaged daily offstage sessions, IAB UK's James Chandler is back in the busiest seat in digital advertising. We kick off this new series chatting to Ed Couchman, UK General Manager of Snap Inc. Ed and James discuss the small touches that make a big difference to staff and clients, the many shapes of recovery (upside…
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: PHE reduces data retention time for data collected through NHS Covid-19 track and trace programme, GDPR and pubs reopening following Covid-19, Employee temperature checks and GDPR implications, Exam script exemption remains after Covid-19, Billon Group Covid19 Certification System wins grant…
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: UK drops NHS Covid19 tracking app, Coronavirus mass surveillance could continue in future, Babylon medical confirm GP data breach, Google loses GDPR penalty appeal, EDPB issues UK GDPR post-Brexit adequacy warning, Hungarian ICO issues GDPR penalty for website vulnerability, ICO issues AI Gu…
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: Sheltered employees returning to work and the GDPR implications, GDPR implications of redundancy, Belgian DPA rules Covid19 temperature readings unlawful, Matt Hancock's GP suffers data breach, Dr Poulter MP has a data breach, A1 Telekom Austrian ISP data breach, Austrian GDPR penalty annull…
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: EDPB issues new guidance on GDPR overrides in response to Covid-19 pandemic, GDPR issues on returning to work after the Covid-19 pandemic, Serco data breach update, Hairdressers and beauty salons new way of working and staying GDPR compliant after Covid-19, Open Banking after Covid-19 and GD…
 
Relive the most talked about session in Engage history - 2017’s ‘Future of News’ presentation. In this final Stay Engaged Offstage Session, hear behind the scenes detail about Ken Fawes’ inception, preparations in the weeks leading up and how it all came together on the day. IAB UK's James Chandler is joined by award-winning journalist David Walsh,…
 
In today's Offstage Session, Jonny Protheroe and Justine L’Estrange of Google UK reflect on their extensive Google Trends analyses spanning April and May 2020 - interpreting what the nation has been searching for during the lockdown while inviting listeners to draw their own conclusions. They retrace something of an emotional memory rollercoaster o…
 
What will advertising look like in 2030? Will it even exist? In this Daily Offstage Session hear the results from Essence’s global study on what the next decade of advertising will look like. Key themes include increasing use of biometrics, technology’s impact on consumer behaviour and the deepening relationship between brands and consumers. See ac…
 
Our relationship with social media has changed in the face of the crisis. Before the pandemic, experts raised concerns over the mental health of social media users, yet usage is up 40% and influencers are reporting exponential growth. As we connect more with our communities offline, perhaps the pandemic will encourage a kinder community online? The…
 
When it comes to having a tangible impact on society, many brands place too much emphasis on talk rather than action. In this daily offstage session, Samantha Williams, Facebook’s Global Category Director for Food, looks at household brands that have defined, built and communicated purpose to drive real-world change via Facebook platforms. See acas…
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show:- Covid19 Track and Trace Privacy Notice shows Public Health England will retain data longer than expected, Two UK companies release Covid19 Digital Health Passport, Welcome to the new normal after Covid 19, NI Historic Sex Abuse Inquiry Data Breach, EU Parliament confirms Data Breach, Easyje…
 
Agitation and transformation are the lifeblood of our advertising. But what does it take to be a successful troublemaker? How do you become a fire-starter without starting actual fires? How do you build a career on being contrary, and lead your team to challenge consensus? Join Tor Thompson, EMEA Regional Director for Microsoft Advertising's Busine…
 
Creating and interpreting sound has given humans a distinct evolutionary advantage. Our ability to subconsciously filter information and prioritise attention was refined well before the ‘battle for attention’ we all experience in the modern digital world. In this experiential session, Sam Crowther, Executive Creative Director at A Million Ads, expl…
 
With a Ph.D. in machine learning, what better person to guide Stay Engaged listeners through a cookie-less future than Quantcast’s Dr Peter Day? In this offstage session, he discusses the benefits of a new, more attractive advertising landscape and shares everything you need to be prepared for what comes next. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and …
 
The intimacy of podcasting creates engaged and loyal audiences, with listeners looking to their favourite podcasts to help them through tough times. In this session, Acast reflects on connections made, and to be made, through podcasting; featuring Emily Dean from ‘Walking the Dog’, James Barr and Dan Hudson of ‘A Gay And A NonGay’, and Caroline For…
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: Easyjet data breach affects 9 million customers, GDPR not secure enough for Covid19 tracking says Joint Committee on Human Rights, Serco data breach affecting Covid-19 trackers, Workforce data breach affecting Covid-19 trackers, HSE data breach affecting Covid-19 app, EU Parliament alleged d…
 
With hundreds of millions of Amazon Alexa smart speakers in homes worldwide and Google Assistant available on more than a billion devices, an assistant powered future is much closer than people think. This session, with Rabbit & Pork's John Campbell and Steff Preyer, analyses a day in the near future, envisioning how consumers will use virtual assi…
 
What will the impact of this global pandemic be on the digital ad market? And how will it rebound? Join IAB Europe’s Chief Economist Daniel Knapp for expert insight into the relationship between economic trends and advertising growth, what we can learn from previous recessions, and what’s different this time. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
In trying times, ‘good business’ matters more than ever and actions speak far louder than words. In this session, Good-Loop's Founder and CEO, Amy Williams, shares how they are helping brands continue advertising with purpose, while also literally funding the front-line through immediate donations to vital causes. See acast.com/privacy for privacy …
 
Join Red Apple Creative as Kathleen Moroney, Sam Dillon and Ben Bell take you by the ear with a complete guide to understanding music and sonic identity for brands. This offstage audio session - part of IAB UK's Stay Engaged - covers the language of sound, briefing in a request for audio branding, how to work with composers and why audio branding n…
 
Outdated legislation prevents sexually active gay or bisexual men from donating blood, even if it’s perfectly safe to use. In this episode, LADbible Group’s Nick Hodgkins and Freedom to Donate Founder Ethan Spibey discuss their award-nominated ‘Blood Without Bias’ campaign, which saw the social publisher use its mass reach to raise awareness of thi…
 
Coming up in this week's episode of the GDPR Weekly Show: Covid19 data scams, phishing attacks and data breaches, Covid19 tracking app update, 1 in 10 remote workers believe they are not GDPR compliant, EU Commission investigates Hungarian action as a result of Covid19, Spending on compliance using up 40% of IT Security budgets and 43% of organisat…
 
Nature is in real trouble and WWF is on the front line in the struggle to rebalance the relationship between nature and people. To the world’s leading environment charity, social media is the quickest way to mobilise billions of people. In this daily offstage session, find out how WWF and their agency Tug are using social stories to help save the w…
 
Having captivated Engage-goers with his provocative take on advertising for the post digital age back in 2018, Publicis Groupe’s enfant terrible Tom Goodwin returns to answer 50 of the IAB’s most pressing questions. No rehearsal, no advance peek and recorded entirely in a single take in a grilling by IAB UK CMO James Chandler. See acast.com/privacy…
 
In this last episode of the IAB UK Connected Podcast series for a few weeks, James catches up with Bloom & Wild's Brand and Comms Director, Charlotte Langley. She shares a simple but super effective way of being sensitive to customers, rescuing tulips and using Slack to try and recreate a little slice of office life. For more information about how …
 
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