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  • Facebook Whistleblower Voices Concerns; YouTube Announce Video Action Campaign Extension

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates in media, marketing, and commerce from around the globe. In this edition: Facebook whistleblower, Frances Haugen, discusses safety concerns during a 60 Minutes interview; YouTube announce they are expanding video [...]

  • Google Again Accused of Price-Fixing with Facebook; Suma Brands Raises USD$150m

    In today’s ExchangeWire daily news digest: Google again accused of price-fixing with Facebook; Suma Brands raises USD$150m (£108m); and Embracer Group in eight-strong acquisition spree. Google again accused of price-fixing with Facebook Google has been accused of preferential price-fixing, benefitting its “rival” [...]

  • Brand Safety in the Privacy-First Era

    In an 18-month period punctuated by a global virus; an especially vitriolic US election which preceded an attack on the Capitol building; and the lumbering boulder of Brexit, concerns over brand safety have understandably been high. While the term “fake [...]

  • China Issue Tech "Rectification" Program; Zomato's Shares Surge After Debut

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology have issued the nation’s tech firms with a 6-month rectification program to address anticompetitive practices and security threats; Indian food delivery startup Zomato have seen their share value [...]

  • Five Challenges & Changes Ahead of Marketing Nirvana

    Writing exclusively for ExchangeWire, Bedir Aydemir, Head of Audience and Data, Commercial, News UK and judging panel member for The Wires Global 2021, outlines key immediate challenges the digital advertising industry faces in the post-cookie environment. I’m an optimist when it [...]

  • Twitter Up Compliance in India; New US Order Looks to Curb Big Tech

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates in media, marketing, and commerce, from around the globe. In this edition: Twitter appoint new executives in India in order to become compliant with the country’s IT regulations; president Biden [...]

  • New US Order Seeks to Curtail Big Tech; Pleo Reach $1.7bn Valuation

    In today’s ExchangeWire news digest: president Biden signs a new executive order designed to rein-in the power of Big Tech; accounting startup Pleo reach USD $1.7bn valuation after raising USD $150m; and a trio of Chinese tech companies see their [...]

  • EU Commission Approve UK Data Sharing Adequacy Decisions; Zipline Raise $250m

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates in media, marketing, and commerce, from around the globe. In this edition: the EU Commission approve two new adequacy decisions to permit data sharing with the UK; delivery and logistics [...]

  • Programmatic in JAPAC: Q&A with Andrew Tu, OpenX

    On Wednesday, 4 August, ExchangeWire and OpenX will launch an exclusive research report, examining the state of the programmatic industry in the Japan and Asia-Pacific (JAPAC) region, along with a live webcast to discuss the findings. Ahead of the launch, [...]

  • Danish Media Companies in Collective Bargaining Push; Blackstone Backs Simpli.fi

    In this weekly segment, ExchangeWire sums up key industry updates in media, marketing, and commerce, from around the globe. In this edition: Danish media companies in collective bargaining push; Blackstone backs Simpli.fi; Amazon demanding warrants from partners; System1 to go [...]