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Scott Cunningham Talks First Party, Publishers, and Ad Fraud
Scott Cunningham, founder of the IAB Tech Lab, former President of Media Group Interactive, and current brand safety expert talks cookies, ad fraud and more.
Former FBI Agent Jill Knesek Talks Cybercrime and the 3 Privacy Must-Haves for Orgs
Jill Knesek, former special agent for the FBI, current head of privacy and security for Cheetah Digital, joins Tim and Richard to discuss privacy, security, and more.
Scott McNealy Talks Privacy, Loyalty, and Legislation
Scott McNealy, co-founder and CEO of Sun Microsystems, talks about impending privacy legislation, how CEOs and CMOs can handle the upcoming third-party cookie-pocolypse, and more.
Bloomin' Brands Chief Customer Officer Talks About the Value of Data and Personalization
See how Bloomin' Brands, parent company of Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba's Italian Grill, and Bonefish Grill, uses the latest technology to keep their customers engaged.
How Bowtech Turned Influencer Marketing Efforts Into Database Growth + Measurable Sales Lift
Within 8 days, outdoor brand Bowtech was able to capture 32,000 opt-ins and over 120,000 data points from their Instagram strategy. Tim Glomb explains how they did it.
Former Leo Burnett EVP Talks Privacy, Cookies, and Why We Got Fat on Them
Tim Glomb and Tom Flanagan, former Executive Vice President of Leo Burnett, discuss the issue with cookies and how brands and agencies are handling it right now.
Sir Martin Sorrell Hints Towards Agency's Future; IAB's Cookie Conundrum + New U.S. Privacy Legislation Introduced
Tim and Richard look at Sir Martin Sorrell's forward take with AdAge, question the IAB’s cookie replacement theory, and wonder if Sen. Gillibrand's "federal referee" will be a thing.
Facebook’s Audience Network mobile web arm is over; AdAge takes on CDPs
In the first episode of Thinking Caps, Richard and Tim discuss the removal of Facebook's Audience Network mobile ads and extend AdAge's conversation around CDPs and the actual role they serve in a bigger machine for marketing.