lockr is the only consumer-first, universal identity layer for the Internet.
For too long, the terms of the internet have been negotiated without consideration of the end user – the consumer. But I strongly believe in order to thrive in today’s world, we need to rethink that. The consumer needs a seat at the table and in order to better serve that consumer, we need to consider their best interests.
- Adexchanger: lockr Launches APIs To Help Publishers Root Out Burner Emails And Authenticate Real Ones
- Advertising Week: Data Clean Rooms Are Not a Magic Bullet for Retail Media – Or Anyone Else for That Matter
- Adexchanger: Why Machine-Generated Emails Are Ad Tech’s Next Nightmare
- ANA: The Current Consent Model Is Broken — Let’s Give Consumers Something Better
- Advertising Week: Forget TCF, Let’s Get Radical and Give Consumers Real Control Instead
- Digiday: ‘Like an atomic bomb’: So what now for the IAB’s GDPR fix after regulator snafu?
- StreetFight: Reaching Consumers with Relevant Messaging for the Holidays
- MarTech Outlook: Consumer First. The Advertising of Tomorrow
- NetWise Data: The Ideal Future of Marketing
- Product Hunt: Solutions should be simple.
- Mi3: Red alert: burner email addresses pose post-cookie risk
- DigiDay: Why temporary email apps could disrupt identity tech and publishers’ first-party data strategies
- Ad Tech Explained: Will Sign in with Apple destroy universal identifiers?
- AdExchanger: Unified ID 2.0 Is Facing Roadblocks (And Not Just To Do With Google)
- Le Cinq: On An Open and Free Internet, Quantitative Dieting, and Wood-Burning Ovens.