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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…
 
A report from the Belgian data protection agency finds that the IAB Europe's Transparency and Consent Framework violates GDPR, Twitter revises its Hacked Materials Policy, and GameStop will receive a percentage of Xbox console revenue for unit sold in its channels. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Facebook announced it reduced the reach of a New York Post story regarding Hunter Biden while its fact checkers review it and Twitter blocks links and images to it, Snap rolls out music clips for snaps and stories, and Warner Media will discontinue its HBO channel in India. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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…
 
IBM will spin off its managed infrastructure business into a separate publicly traded company, Facebook will temporarily ban political adds after the US presidential election, and Lime launches a mobility-as-a-service offering to put third-party providers in its app. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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 …
 
The European Commission announces it will appeal the overturning of Apple and Ireland's $15 billion fine, the Justice Department asks for a hold on the preliminary injunction preventing the ban on WeChat transactions, and Amazon announces its Luna game streaming service. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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…
 
The US Commerce Department announces that US companies will be banned from distributing WeChat and TikTok on September 20th, CFIUS is looking into data security of game publishers with investments from Tencent, and Twitter adds new security policies for accounts related to the US election. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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…
 
Fifteen streaming services in India sign on to the Universal Self-Regulation Code for Online Curated Content Providers, Facebook tests putting Instagram Stories in Facebook, and Italy launches an investigation into cloud storage providers over terms of service. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
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 …
 
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