As you know, the 4A’s works to advance the success of the advertising industry in part through our support and stewardship of advertising self-regulatory programs. For almost 50 years, the advertising industry has supported advertising self-regulatory programs that have earned the well-deserved reputation as the “gold standard” for self-regulation and been recognized in the US […]
Mary Meeker’s annual report on key global Internet trends. Topics range from online advertising to using data to improve customer satisfaction and accessibility to the rise of the on-demand and remote workforce. Not to be missed!
The 4A’s joins advertising trades to voice concerns over the Data Transparency and Privacy Act in Illinois.
The 4A’s has published guidance for agencies preparing for the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which takes effect January 1, 2020, and may require extensive reviews of internal policies, practices, and compliance rules.
April highlights from Frankfurt Kurnit Klein + Selz’s Advertising Law Blog. Topics include cannabis marketing, SAG-AFTRA contract, using competitor trademarks in hashtags, and much more.
The 4A’s and other advertising trade groups oppose overarching opt-in consent requirements in the CCPA. Read the comments now.
Top policy experts and trade organizations today launched the new “Privacy for America” coalition, which will work with Congress to support enactment of groundbreaking comprehensive federal consumer data privacy and security legislation.
The 4A’s joins ad trades in expressing concern over the Texas Consumer Privacy Act and Texas Privacy Protection Act.
The 4A’s joins ad trades in expressing concern over Washington state’s Privacy Act.
Read the comments the 4A’s and other advertising trade groups submitted regarding an opposition to an expanded CCPA Private Right of Action.
Alison Pepper, SVP, 4A’s Government Relations, delivered a statement at the California Attorney General’s hearing in Fresno, regarding member agencies’ concerns about the California Consumer Privacy Act. Issues include consent, the use of publicly available data, and the conflation of pseudonymized data and personal information.
Davis & Gilbert discuss the latest rules California has set in regulating the advertising, promotion, and marketing of recreational marijuana, and how these rules could impact other states.