WSJ.com: Google Emerges as Early Winner From Europe’s New Data Privacy Law

WSJ.com: Google Emerges as Early Winner From Europe’s New Data Privacy Law

 

Digital ad giants are gathering individuals’ consent for targeted ads at far higher rates than many competing online-ad services, early data show

GDPR, the European Union’s new privacy law, is drawing advertising money toward Google’s online-ad services and away from competitors that are straining to show they’re complying with the sweeping regulation.

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