Panel POWERED BY IAB Croatia
The Digital Services Act (DSA), poised to shape Europe’s digital future for decades, has been meticulously debated and discussed including a significant number of proposals that would vastly expand its scope. As with all major shifts involving privacy, data, and advertising, experts have been frantically buzzing about how the phase out and rejection of ad-tracking will change the way we do business online – but is there really need to panic?
With the still existing questions concerning practical implications of a ban on targeting minors and an underlying concern about whether age verification of users’ will be allowed under the new rules, DSA is predestined to profoundly change the way we operate online. But although some big changes might be underway, new alternatives are also emerging. A panel organized by IAB Croatia Fuck Privacy. Love Privacy. will help you prepare for a world with more transparency.
Moderated by Alen Delić (Chief Information Security Officer, SpotMe) with Petra Bašić Jantolić (Managing Director, Business Development, Addiko Bank), Mario Frančešević (Founder, SeekandHit), Monika Majstorović (Marketing Director for Private Customers, A1 Croatia) and Nenad Milić (Executive Director, IAB Serbia).