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Third-Party Cookies

Infutor Joins Unified ID 2.0 to Collaborate on Open-Source Alternative to Third-Party Cookies

Initially Developed by The Trade Desk, Unified ID 2.0 Will Be A Common Currency of Digital Advertising Consumer identity management expert Infutor today announced that it has joined the Unified ID 2.0 initiative, founded by The Trade Desk and soon to be operated by Prebid.org. As the use of third-party cookies for advertising tracking is being phased out, Unified ID 2.0 serves as a consumer friendly and universal identity upgrade. Marketing Technology News: Challenger Inc. and Tethr Sign Strategic…

PubMatic Joins Industry-wide Unified ID 2.0 Initiative

PubMatic, the sell-side platform that delivers superior outcomes for digital advertising, announced its support for Unified ID 2.0. Developed by advertising technology leader The Trade Desk, Unified ID 2.0 is an open-source, interoperable alternative to third-party cookies. Advertisers and publishers who work with both PubMatic and The Trade Desk will benefit from the scale on both the demand and sell-side with Unified ID 2.0. This partnership establishes Unified ID 2.0 as a default identity offering to more than 180…

Havas Media, Releases ‘the Impact of Missing Third Party Cookies on Digital Marketing and Future Plan of Solutions’

Havas Media, under Havas Group, one of the largest communication groups in the world, has recently researched and released a report titled ‘The impact of missing third party cookies on digital marketing and future plan of solutions’ with Fancy Digital. Given that several top browser providers have announced to gradually phase-out support of third-party cookies over the next two years, the report illustrates the potential future impacts on digital marketing in China as well as on the globe and recommends third party…

How the Death of Third-Party Cookies Will Benefit Your Digital Data Strategy 

Ever since Google’s bombshell (albeit not entirely unexpected) news in January that it plans to phase out third-party cookies on Chrome by 2022, the AdTech industry has been rife with dramatic speculation. Does the loss of third-party cookies on Chrome change the Marketing landscape? You bet it does. But should advertisers be panicking? Absolutely not. In the long run, reduced reliance on third-party cookies will prove positive for marketers. Here’s why.  Improved Audience Accuracy Google’s curbing of third-party…

Understanding Online Buyer Behavior without Using Third-Party Cookies

As the need for protecting privacy on e-commerce sites intensifies, Fanplayr’s approach provides insight without compromising the personal data of online shoppers With Google’s recent announcement that advertising cookies will be restricted, and eventually eliminated, many businesses are now wondering how they will be able to track buyer behavior. However, Fanplayr, the leader in targeted, real-time e-commerce conversion solutions, understands that third-party cookies aren’t necessary to understand the site metrics that…