Facebook Is Every Bit as Evil as We Thought: Wall Street Journal

Speaking of things we don’t mention, that includes stories getting tons of attention in the general media, since I assume you’re reading those at the source.  But I’ll make an exception for the Wall Street Journal exposé of on Facebook, which documents with new depth just how knowingly harmful they have been.  Anyone who supports Facebook with ad spending or even by being a member should really think again.

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September 20, 2021
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Innovid Launches ID for Connected TV Measurement

September 20, 2021

Back to our usual programming: as privacy changes make online ads less targetable, the measurability of Connected TV (CTV) becomes more appealing to mass advertisers.  CTV ad platform Innovid is narrowing the gap with Innovid Key, which collects ad viewer data from over 25 device types in 95 million homes, ties it to Innovid’s own ID graph, and lets advertisers link to external keys from publishers, clean rooms, and other ID partners.  It’s one of many approaches to tracking on CTV devices.

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Two-Thirds of C-Suite Can’t Recognize Bad Data: Fivetran Report

December 6, 2021

Like the determined optimist who tells his boss the factory is on fire by reporting they’ll soon be able to update their equipment, let’s find some silver linings in a batch of gloomy surveys today, Dear Reader.  We’ll start with this Fivetran report, which finds that 85% of data leaders say their company has lost money by basing decisions on bad data, and 66% believe their C-suite can’t tell when that happens.  The bright side is there’s lots of room for improvement.

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