Consumer privacy legislation and regulation, measurement, brand safety, supply chain efficiency, and transparency and consistency in operation—these are just some of the significant industry issues addressed by IAB Compliance Programs.
Demonstrate your dedication to a bigger and better interactive advertising industry. Adopt the IAB Compliance Programs that apply to your business.
|Programs for Publishers, Networks & Exchanges, and Other IAB Members|
|IAB Code of Conduct||
Purpose: A set of best practices and guidelines members must adhere to in order to maintain membership or to join the organization. Currently, this is limited to the Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising. These principles establish a system that provides consumers notice about the use of data and choice about participating in behavioral advertising. The purpose is to enhance consumer confidence in online media.
Applies To: All IAB members as this is a condition of membership. Those member that engages in behavioral advertising need to abide by the Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising
|IAB Measurement Guidelines||
Purpose: To provide consistent and accurate measurement and count of key online advertising metrics in order to create efficiency, and to standardize the buying and selling of interactive advertising
Applies To: Businesses that engage in the buying and selling of interactive media
|IAB Ad Formats & Standards||
Purpose: To support consistency in ad formats and delivery methods so the marketplace can realize efficiencies and scale in ad buying and selling as well as ad creation
Applies To: Publishers and other media sellers
|IAB Quality Assurance Guidelines||
Purpose: Sets standards in ad sales to protect brand safety by increasing buyer control over ad placement and context
Applies To: Any company that sells inventory in the digital advertising supply chain can apply for certification. Other companies can apply to be supporting members of the Quality Assurance Guidelines