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How the (Advertising) Cookie Crumbled

How the (Advertising) Cookie Crumbled

13th March, 2017

At the end of January, on Croud's blog, I covered Google's announcement of its planned move to login-based targeting on YouTube. This topic is of particular personal interest. It has a lot to do with control of personal data, and human respect.

User privacy preferences on my website

User privacy preferences on my website

19th February, 2017

I work in digital advertising, and I use my personal website to experiment with the technologies I use at work. Since kevinjoyner.com doesn't generate revenue, it's easy for me to use it to demonstrate meaningful privacy preferences too.

Phorm and the Open Internet Exchange

Phorm and the Open Internet Exchange

3rd February, 2008

I met a week or two ago with a couple of guys from internet technology company Phorm. They presented what struck me as an exciting proposition: a network of business relationships, of which phorm would be the administrators, named the Open Internet Exchange, or OIX.