Privacy-led Advertising at the FT

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Privacy-led Advertising at the FT

At the FT, the customer data we hold on our users is not simply ‘first-party’ but ‘declared’. What does this mean for advertisers?

‘First-party’ data does not include verified personal information about that user, therefore any targeting can only ever be inference-based, using assumptions about on-site behaviour. ‘Declared data’, however, is voluntarily given by our users and includes self-identified information. Collecting declared data enables publishers to build up a user profile that is comprehensive and reliable, allowing advertising to be highly targeted by placement, frequency, and messaging.

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