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LoopMe Promises to Keep Ads from Hateful Content

Finally, we have a promise from video ad platform LoopMe that your ads will never appear near hateful content. Users get a range of rules to block content topics, sites or apps and to use third-party brand safety services. Sadly, those are far from perfect and it’s not clear that LoopMe is doing anything extra. We also don’t know what happens if they fail to meet their “promise” to keep your ad from appearing in the wrong place.

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Marketing Suite Insider Raises $32 Million to Enter U.S. Market

July 21, 2020

Singapore-based Insider assembles customer data from all sources, creates AI-based audience segments and personalized messages, and pushes the results to Web sites, apps, email, messaging, and ad channels. We don’t know if they’re a CDP because they might not make their data available to other systems. We do know they just raised a $32 million Series C which they’ll use to enter the U.S. market.

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Lemnisk Adds Probabilistic Matching and AI-Based Product Recommendations

July 17, 2020

Also in CDP land: Lemnisk has added probabilistic identity stitching, AI-based product recommendations, and expanded app personalization. They’ve also built ecommerce and retail features to help move beyond their original base in financial services. They don’t claim to break new ground here but it’s always interesting to see what vendors are adding, presumably in response to client demand.

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