These Digital Publishers Aren't Freaking Out Over Mozilla's Move

Mozilla was thrust back into the spotlight last week when the tech company again made clear it intends to block third-party cookies on Firefox. This week the Interactve Advertising Bureau fired back with another angry missive. But how are digital publishers taking the news? Doug Weaver, CEO of the sales consultancy Upstream Group, said he expects many in the industry to take a "wait and see" approach. "We don't know how deep this goes, how fast it happens or how meaningful it is," he said. But the move actually represents a shift in power toward publishers and the importance of their first-party data, according to Weaver. So if the third-party cookie is restricted by Mozilla, Weaver theorized, first-party data is strengthened. "The people who really win the biggest are going to be Facebook, Yahoo and Google," he said. "Because they have more first-party data than anybody." David Denton, vp of product management at Evolve Media, said it's a "mixed bag" for his company. "On the ad sales side, we're generally in the brand-direct business, so a lot of the third-party cookies aren't as important to us in the types of campaigns we run," he said. There's also the issue of timing, Denton added. Mozilla has said that it's teaming up with Stanford Law School to create a "Cookie Clearinghouse." Denton presumed it could take a while for the group to come to a consensus on cookies, adding that he would be surprised if they agree on a cookie "white list" and "black list" by the... Continue reading at 'AdWeek'

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