In this article, we pull back the curtains on everything Acceptable Ads-related, to give a one-stop-shop for any important terms you may come across in the context of the ecosystem.
Acceptable Ads was launched back in 2011 as a brand new feature in Adblock Plus. Fast forward to 2019, and Acceptable Ads has become the default advertising standard for approximately 200 million ad-blocking users.
eyeo announces their new, tough task force for fighting circumvention and fighting for user rights.
The goal of AAX is to make it easier for publishers and advertisers to access Acceptable Ads, so they are more likely to use them. This hopefully means that, as more people follow the Acceptable Ads standard, we will see more user-friendly websites – ones that don’t overload you with ads, use aggressive paywalls, ask you to turn off your ad blocker or worse, that they “circumvent” your choice by reinjecting ads anyway.
the independent Acceptable Ads Committee have released their mobile-specific criteria for Acceptable Ads.
Axel Springer publishing house has been trying to get ad blocking declared illegal.
The Facebook/data scraping controversy train rumbles on, and it’s not stopping anytime soon.
Malvertising is what happens when ads mutate.
It was only a quiz, how did it end up like this?