Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) Self-Regulatory Program
Latest News: Digital Advertising Alliance Launches Initiative to Increase Transparency & Accountability in Political Ads
The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) today launched an industry-wide initiative to increase transparency and accountability around digital political ads, including new guidance for political advertisers and a “PoliticalAd” icon that will link to additional information on such ads. Compliance with the guidance will be independently enforced by the Advertising Self Regulatory Council (ASRC) and the Data Marketing & Analytics (DMA) division of the Association of National Advertisers. Read the press release here.
The Digital Advertising Alliance (DAA) establishes and enforces responsible privacy practices across industry for relevant digital advertising, providing consumers with enhanced transparency and control through multifaceted Principles that apply to Multi-Site Data and Cross-App Data gathered in either desktop or mobile environments. The DAA is an independent non-profit organization led by leading advertising and marketing trade associations.
Learn about Interest-Based Advertising ("IBA"): Find out more about interest-based advertising and how it helps provide you with more relevant advertising on the websites you visit or applications you use. You'll learn how IBA supports the free content, products and services you use online, and what choices are provided to you through the DAA Program.
Exercise Your Choice: Visit the DAA’s Consumer Choice page, which allows users to conveniently opt out from Choice Page participating companies’ collection of Web viewing data over time and across unaffiliated sites for IBA and other applicable uses under the Principles.
Report a Complaint: If you believe that you have witnessed a practice or ad may violate the Principles, you can report the incident to either Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) or the Data Marketing & Analytics (DMA) division of the Association of National Advertisers. Complaints may be filed by consumers, business entities or other stakeholders.
For Interested Companies
Learn about the DAA Program: You can find out more about the DAA Principles, and our participating Associations. To learn how your company can implement the Principles, please review the Implementation Resources.
Register to USE the DAA Icon: Companies participating in Program may use the DAA Icon as a means for providing enhanced notice of interest-based advertising practices. If you would like to register to use the icon, please click here. here. To separately register your company participate in the DAA’s AppChoices tool, please click here.
Report a Complaint: If you believe that you have witnessed a practice or ad that may violate the Principles, you can report the incident to incident to either Better Business Bureaus (CBBB) or the Data Marketing & Analytics (DMA) division of the Association of National Advertisers. Complaints may be filed by consumers, business entities or other stakeholders.
For Companies Engaged in Online Behavioral Advertising
To enhance the transparency of interest-based advertising, the DAA encourages companies qualifying as third parties under the Principles to:
- Inform consumers about their data practices through clear, meaningful and prominent notices.
- Display the DAA Icon so Icon so that consumers find out about interest-based advertising, learn about the data practices associated with advertisements they receive, and opt-out if they choose.
- Register to receive information about how to be listed on the Consumer Choice Page, where consumers will be able to easily opt out from data collection by participating companies for applicable practices