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No third-party cookies for the New York Times readers

The New York Times is preparing to give up the third-party cookies. In an interview for Digiday, The Times’ svp of ad innovation Allison Murphy mentioned they were working for “a third-party cookie-less future”. How the market will be without third-party…
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Apple's new privacy features made Facebook get mad

Apple’s big move to implement new privacy features affects the tracking system and makes Facebook mad. So, Mark Zuckerberg’s company fights over Apple’s decision to implement a new opt-in requirement for iOS14. The option offers users the right to grant…
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Let's take our right to customise the way we see ads

The way we see ads is a complex mechanism that helps advertisers and companies follow us and our online behaviour all the time. Thus, they try to make sure they maximise the possibility to sell their products or obtain our data. After they gather it, they use it to…
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Ransomware attack affects the COVID-19 Vaccine Trials

A ransomware attack affects the trials for the COVID-19 Vaccine, as it hit eResearchTechnology (ERT). The company offers clinical services and also builds software for the biomedical industry. As many companies involved in the Coronavirus research worldwide use its…
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Advertising: The fight for and against intrusive ads

The advertising environment is changing and becomes very painful, even for the huge players. At the same time, this would be the best news for all the internet users. The death of the third-party cookies seems imminent. This is because they are the means that allow…