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Pixalate Week in Review: September 13 - 17, 2021

Piotr Boiwka
Sep 17, 2021 12:00:00 PM

This week's review of ad fraud and quality in the digital advertising space.

Pixalate for ABC7 News and recent blogs about mobile privacy and CTV quality apps

Pixalate on ABC7 News Privacy concerns over Apple App Store graphic-1

Recently, Jalal Nasir, CEO of Pixalate, shared his thoughts with ABC7 News on the privacy issues regarding Apple App Store. You can watch the full material in the Tweet embedded below.

Moreover, Pixalate recently published blogs exploring ad quality and privacy issues in mobile and CTV apps, including:

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Webinar: Global Mobile App Supply Chain Privacy & Safety in 2021


Join Pixalate for a webinar on Thursday, October 7, 2021, at 1 pm ET (5 pm UTC), as we take a deep look at the latest trends in the mobile in-app ecosystem relating to risk factors around consumer privacy, popular delisted apps, app safety, and compliance.

To learn more about why apps are delisted by Google Play Store and Apple App Store, check our Delisted Apps Report here.


The FTC will receive $1 billion to establish a new bureau protecting privacy


After rumors last week, Congress passed a bill allocating new funds to FTC. "A proposal passed by a House committee would allocate $1 billion to the FTC to staff a new bureau addressing unfair or deceptive practices related to privacy, data security, identity theft and other data abuses," informs Digiday.

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Lawmakers urge Facebook to cease plans to launch Instagram for children


After new research proving the negative influence of Instagram on teens' mental health, a trio of Democratic lawmakers called out Facebook to halt its plans to launch a new platform targeting adolescents, according to MediaPost. 

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B2B ad spending in the US increased by 50% in 2020


American B2B tech sector noted a remarkable rise in ad spending in 2020. "After achieving 50.3% growth in 2020 over 2019, growth will slow, but ad spending in this sector will still reach nearly $3.5 billion by year end 2021," reveals eMarketer.

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