Morning, Tuesday, 21st June 2022
This conference is examining the next steps for UK online advertising regulation, as well as the potential impact of wider policy and legislation - and what it means for the sector, its customers and partners, and for the future development of the online advertising ecosphere.
It will be a timely opportunity to discuss themes in the Online Advertising Programme consultation, as well as key issues for advertising in measures outlined in the Online Safety Bill.
Areas for discussion in the agenda include:
- policy - the Online Advertising Programme - the Online Safety Bill - implications of wider developments including in gambling advertising, cryptocurrencies and novel foods, and diversity
- regulatory priorities - understanding impact on consumers - tackling harmful and misleading ads - transparency, accountability and responsibilities - proportionality in regulatory change
- regulatory frameworks - regulator roles and remits - opportunities for collaboration in a changing framework - key issues for privacy and fair competition
- market development - trends and dynamics - meeting industry and consumer priorities - targeting and service innovation - online safety - protecting vulnerable individuals and groups
We are pleased to be able to include keynote sessions with Ruth Wye, Head of Online Advertising Programme, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport; and Guy Parker, Chief Executive Officer, ASA - as well as contributions from Stephen Almond, Director of Technology and Innovation, ICO; and Will Hayter, Digital Regulation, CMA.