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The IAB Policy Podcast features commentary and analysis on issues important to the advertising community. Each episode is hosted by IAB’s public policy team, and features policy experts discussing the legal and regulatory developments impacting the advertising industry. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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January 13, 2021 39 min
IAB’s Executive Vice President of Public Policy Dave Grimaldi joins IAB Editor-in-Chief Brad Berens to offer an inside look at D.C’s atmosphere in the aftermath of the unprecedented events of January 6th. Our experts also discuss what Democratic control of Congress and the White House might mean for the digital advertising industry. Will anti-trust legislation against Big Tech be more likely under a Democratic government? This and ...
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It has been a little over two weeks since the 2020 U.S. presidential election, and although America made up its mind at the ballot box, the landscape in DC is still hazy and uncertain. Two Senate races are still undecided, and the road ahead for privacy policy and regulation hangs in the balance, with our industry waiting to see if Republicans or Democrats will be calling the shots. In this episode of IAB Real, IAB’s Executive Vice...
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Alex Propes chats with Ashley Shively of Holland & Knight about the more than 50 lawsuits that have been filed under the CCPA since the law went into effect in January 2020. Ashley highlights the key trends that are emerging from these cases, and what we should anticipate as they work their way through the courts. Read Holland & Knight's recent article on CCPA litigation: https://www.hklaw.com/en/insights/publications/2...
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Alex Propes chats with Stacey Gray of the Future of Privacy Forum about location data and its privacy implications. We cover how location data originates, what determines its accuracy, how it is used, and why Congress is debating its application in the fight against the coronavirus. Read more about FPF's work on location data: https://fpf.org/2020/05/22/new-infographic-illustrates-key-aspects-of-location-data/

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Alex Propes chats with Paul Breitbarth of TrustArc about the recent decision by the top European Court to invalidate the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework, in which many IAB members participate.

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July 20, 2020 18 min
Alex Propes chats with Stephanie Do of the Council on State Taxation about the DC Council's proposed advertising tax and its implications for DC's media and publishing community.

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Alex Propes chats with Joe Kennedy of the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF) about the alarming trend of countries taxing U.S. companies' digital advertising revenues and what the response has been from the U.S. government. For more on this topic, read ITIF's report on Digital Services Taxes: www.itif.org/publications/2019/05/13/digital-services-taxes-bad-idea-whose-time-should-never-come

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July 7, 2020 21 min
Alex Propes chats with Michael Mandel of the Progressive Policy Institute and Wharton Business School about why the share of GDP going to advertising in media has dropped by roughly 25% and what implications this has for regulators. Read Michael's report on the declining price of advertising: www.progressivepolicy.org/issues/government-reform/the-declining-price-of-advertising-policy-implications-2/

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IAB's Alex Propes chats with Jordan Crenshaw of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce about why a private right of action has become the most contentious issue in the congressional debate over federal privacy legislation, and what we can learn about this issue from other privacy laws. Read more about the U.S. Chamber's work on private rights of action: https://www.instituteforlegalreform.com/research/ill-suited

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June 23, 2020 30 min
Will Rinehart of the Center for Growth and Opportunity discusses Governor Newsom's "Data Dividend" and the growing trend of legislative proposals creating "data ownership" rights. Hosted by Alex Propes. Read more about The Law & Economics of “Owning Your Data”: https://www.americanactionforum.org/insight/law-economics-owning-data/#ixzz6Q7thTjLx

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John Deighton of Harvard Business School discusses his research on third-party cookies in the digital advertising ecosystem and what their disappearance means for the internet and the economy. Link to research: https://www.iab.com/insights/the-socioeconomic-impact-of-internet-tracking/

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Karen Mossberger of Arizona State University discusses her groundbreaking research on how small online ventures, such as independent publishers and influencers, are supporting their communities and promoting economic prosperity across the U.S. Hosted by IAB's Alex Propes

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Roslyn Layton of the American Enterprise Institute discusses the use of location data to help in the COVID-19 response and the impact of privacy laws

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IAB Australia CEO Gai Le Roy discusses a new ad revenue sharing requirement for digital platforms and local media companies

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