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Daily Dashboard | NAI Reports on Ad Networks’ Privacy-Compliance; Ad Industry Goes to the White House Related reading: MEPs vote to adopt Lauristin's ePrivacy Regulation


The Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) released its annual compliance report, which details Internet ad networks’ compliance with the group’s self-regulatory privacy guidelines, AdWeek reports. AOL’s Doug Miller said, “In completing the compliance process, we demonstrate to regulators, business partners and consumers that membership in the NAI is not a mere promise to meet high standards.” NAI President and CEO Marc Groman, CIPP/US, noted, "When self-regulation works effectively, it's a win for consumers and industry and regulators that have limited enforcement resources," Meanwhile, leaders from the advertising community are meeting at the White House today as part of the president’s review of Big Data and privacy. GroupM’s chief operating officer said the discussion will include “how the ad choices program has helped us treat privacy, that we do it responsibly and have put protections in place.”
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