Joshua Koran is the EVP, Data and Policy for Criteo, a global technology platform that partners with over 20,000 marketers and media owners to deliver better commerce outcomes. As a true pioneer in digital marketing and advertising, Adweek recognized Joshua Koran as one of the top 12 ecosystem innovators for his many innovations for which he has been issued 26 patents. He has led international teams in product development at companies such as Zeta Global, Sizmek, Turn, AT&T, ValueClick and Yahoo!
Joshua has been a vocal advocate to protect and balance people’s important privacy rights with the needs of Open Web publishers to be able to provide ad-funded access to their properties. His efforts include being a leading contributor to the Internet privacy standards, aiding the drafting of the self-regulatory codes of conduct for NAI & MMA as well as co-architecting the AdChoices and IAB Transparency & Consent Framework for GDPR compliance. More recently he has been supporting the next generation of Open Web interoperability standards and guidelines development via his contributions to the W3C, ANA Partnership for Responsible Addressable Media, Prebid, IAB EU and IAB TechLab.
Joshua holds a JD from UC Hastings College of the Law, an MBA from Oxford University and a BA from Boston College.
With Google’s announcement that it will phase out third-party cookies by 2022, it’s clear that those walls, which keep so much of the data inside, are about to get even higher. This panel will discuss the "walled garden" approaches, and whether under a cookie-less world, this will have implications on compettion law.
Host: Vickie Guilloit, Partner, Privacy Culture
Odia Kagan, Partner, Chair of GDPR Compliance and International Privacy, Fox Rothschild LLP
Joshua Koran, EVP, Data and Policy, Criteo
Tim Cowen, Chair of the Antitrust Practice, Preiskel & Co
Jodi R. Daniels, CEO and Privacy Consultant, Red Clover Associates