Courtesy of IAS

Widespread Sense Networks, and Integral Ad Science have struck a pact to offer protected, data-driven options within the youngsters’ promoting market.

Widespread Sense Networks, a for-profit affiliate of Widespread Sense Media, creates and curates protected content material experiences for teenagers, and was behind the launch of Sensical, a streaming-video hub for kids between two and ten. Integral Ad Science works to put advertisements in protected environments

Beneath phrases of the pact IAS will faucet into Widespread Sense Networks’ insights and proprietary information to assist their shopper base place and handle campaigns, whereas complying with the Kids’s On-line Privateness Safety Rule, which imposes sure necessities on operators of internet sites aimed toward youngsters beneath the age of 13.

“Widespread Sense Networks stays deeply dedicated to creating protected, good options for manufacturers by the significant assets at our disposal, anchored by our proprietary information and contextual focusing on options,” says Widespread Sense Networks COO Jad Dunning, in a press release. “We sit up for working intently with IAS to boost business consciousness about COPPA compliance for his or her model companions who wish to place protected, contextually related campaigns on a broad set of digital content material.”

Advertisers have lengthy been involved about points surrounding so-called “model security,” and people worries have solely grown in a world grown extra reliant on social media.

“Integral Ad Science gives advertisers with probably the most actionable information to drive superior outcomes whereas defending their manufacturers,” says Yannis Dosios, Chief Industrial Officer at IAS, in a ready assertion. “By working with Widespread Sense Networks, we’re delighted to supply advertisers a strong new device for making certain that their advertisements are operating in a model protected and appropriate atmosphere. As a father of three, I’m proud that IAS is main the way in which in defending kids from getting uncovered to inappropriate promoting.”

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