Daily January 11
DuckDuckGo has waited a long time for a moment like this one to arrive: after years on the periphery, consumer privacy has barged into the center of the media conversation, thanks to intensifying competition between Apple, Google and Facebook, increased government scrutiny and growing consumer awareness. Private browser adoption has begun to perk up, and venture capital has flowed in as well, filling the coffers of both enterprise and consumer-facing startups. Read more below.
- DuckDuckGo thinks half of all U.S. internet users might be in the market for one of its privacy-centric internet services.
- How marketers are dealing with Omicron disruptions and delays. More in this Digiday+ Marketing Briefing.
- Going into 2022, agencies are still spooked about the Great Resignation. More in this Digiday+ research.
- How Digiday reporters are mapping the metaverse.
- ‘She did my performance review while cleaning her bathroom’: Confessions of a manager on toxic-boss syndrome. More in this piece from our sister publication, WorkLife.