More NewsClickZ in D.C. Thursday to Talk Industry Regulation

ClickZ in D.C. Thursday to Talk Industry Regulation

Marketers have no doubt heard that government and regulatory bodies have grown increasingly interested in online advertising practices

Marketers have no doubt heard that government and regulatory bodies have grown increasingly interested in online advertising practices. What’s been happening, and what does it mean to them? Well, we hope to help answer that at a panel ClickZ has put together as part of the Online Marketing Summit in Washington, D.C. this coming Thursday, May 14.

I’ll be moderating. We’ll discuss issues such as behavioral targeting, online privacy and disclosure in ad practices, recent regulatory measures and government involvement in the industry, and what marketers should expect in the coming year or two.

Stay tuned for the complete panelist lineup. Meantime, here’s more info on the event.

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