How The New York Times and CafeMedia Have Taken Divergent Approaches to Complying with California’s Privacy Law


More than a year after the California Consumer Privacy Act took effect, publishers and programmatic ad sellers are still split on how they are required to comply with California’s privacy law.

Some like The New York Times have taken a strict interpretation, adopting a conservative approach in complying with the law...

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