The 'Do Not Track Online' Act Might Come Back To Congress [THE BRIEF]

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Senator Jay Rockefeller is trying to reintroduce theĀ “Do Not Track Online Act” to Congress. Considering how much advertisers freaked out about Microsoft’s choice to make Internet Explorer have a default DNT setting, they are not pleased about this development.

Brands like Taco Bell and Seamless will buy real-time mobile ads depending on what the weather is like, Adweek reports.

Karen Monohan, previously director of digital production at W+K NY, started a new job at Momentum as VP director of integrated production.

There’s a website dedicated to bad ad puns.

OlsonĀ won the TiVo account. It was previously did advertising in-house, but has also been known to use Allison & Partners.

Here’s how NYU students are getting hooked on mobile advertising.

Previously on Business Insider Advertising:

  • These Texts Cost A Top Hearst Executive His Job
  • How Ex-CEO Ron Johnson Made JCPenney Even Worse
  • Inside LinkedIn’s Newly Renovated Empire State Building Offices
  • eBay Is Now Sharing Its Customer Data With Marketers
  • Businesses Are Losing The Right To Ask For Customer ZIP Codes
  • KFC Hopes This Strange New Slogan Is The Next ‘Where’s The Beef’
  • Facebook’s Weird New ‘Home’ Ad Triggers Wave Of Negative Reaction
  • What Facebook’s Ads For Facebook Home Look Like Inside Facebook

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