In Brief: Broadband organizations pull a longstanding lawsuit that was going to challenge Maine’s privacy law, which requires obtaining explicit user consent before using data for ad targeting

The lawsuit objection was claiming that broadband companies were being treated differently than other companies, but the groups since decided that since this issue is not a factor in new state or proposed federal laws, they’ll focus advocacy efforts elsewhere.

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Adobe Adds New Integrations for Real Time CDP

March 22, 2023

Adobe is running its Summit conference this week, which means lots of product announcements.  Real-Time CDP has its share, including customer segments created by generative AI and various types of integrations with Merkle, Epsilon, LiveRamp, Adobe Commerce, Marketo Engage, Amazon Ads, and TikTok.  They also announced general availability of Privacy and Security Shield, a package of privacy features including HIPAA support.

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