Programmatic networks and privacy
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Although programmatic networks or programmatic advertising can be advantageous for advertisers , it also creates new privacy challenges. Advertisers may collect and store personal data to target specific ads to a specific segment. This collection and storage of personal data is often done without users' knowledge or consent, which has raised privacy concerns. Advertisers and ad service providers must take steps to protect users' personal data, such as compliance with privacy legislation and designing appropriate privacy policies.
Advertisers must also be transparent with users by explaining what data is collected and how it is used. In addition, users must have the ability to control and manage their own personal data. This includes giving them the option Industry email list to opt out of targeted advertisements. Be that as it may, current laws and data protection policies are adapted to the activities and experiences of the metaverse. And it also affects advertising and programmatic networks. This includes the transparency that the platforms that collect, store and use user data must offer, as well as informing the user of their rights and ability to control that data.
The metaverse and its opportunities Ever since people started talking about it, the metaverse has generated interest from big tech companies. The same ones that work on the technologies that will make it possible. But also in the main advertisers who are always looking for a showcase to reach the public . In recent years, digital advertising has taken off like never before and little by little it is gaining ground over more traditional or analog sectors. And, precisely, online video platforms and social networks capture the interest of advertisers to connect with an audience that consumes more online content and is an active consumer who wants to know more about the products or services they are looking for.