Tag Archives: Privacy

Introducing Privacy Abbreviated: Meet the Hosts



BBB National Programs is pleased to introduce Privacy Abbreviated. Hosted by privacy experts Dona Fraser and Catherine Dawson, this new podcast series will discuss the impact of privacy laws and tech innovation on small and medium-sized companies and what business leaders can do to meet challenges in this evolving landscape.

As we gear up for the first episode, tune in to this sneak peek from the hosts where they outline the topics they plan to explore this season, ranging from the importance of user experience and meaningful consent in the Metaverse to wearables to targeted advertising, and more. Subscribe today so you don’t miss an episode about what’s happening in the privacy world and what to do about it.


The Perfect Storm for Privacy and Adtech: How the End of the Cookie Era Will Reshape the Digital Marketplace



Many privacy professionals see the depletion of third-party cookies, paired with several technological, political, and cultural factors, as the perfect storm for privacy and adtech – one that will bring about fundamental changes to the advertising industry and the broader digital marketplace. In this episode, Colin O’Malley, Founder of the Lucid Privacy Group, Christy Harris, Director of Technology & Privacy Research at the Future of Privacy Forum, and Ayaz Minhas, former Data Privacy Manager for BBB National Programs, discuss the challenges and opportunities this ‘perfect storm’ is creating.


Why Teens Need Unique Privacy Protections



As the COVID-19 pandemic has heightened the digital environment, online engagement has increased across user demographics. In this episode, authors of the BBB National Program’s paper Risky Business: The Current State of Teen Privacy in the Android App Marketplace join us to provide insight into the importance of protecting teenage users. Listen in to hear Ayaz Minhas, Data Privacy Manager, Isaac Cronk, Digital Advertising Compliance Specialist, and Cameryn Gonnella, Compliance Manager explain “why now, why teens.”