Video: Targeting in the Crosshairs

Will privacy rain on the ad-targeting parade? DIGIDAY’s editors sat down with three leaders in the ad-targeting space to talk about whether consumer concerns about privacy, and looming government regulations, will cast a pall on the industry. Legolas CEO Yoav Arnstein, Val Katayev, CEO of music-targeter ToneFuse, and privacy consultant Alan Chapell tackle this issue and what lays ahead for the ad-targeting space in the next two years. Watch the clip at DIGIDAY’s Livestream page.

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