Looking Back on Digital Media in the 2010s, and What’s Next

The 2010s gave rise to a public backlash against big data

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Mobile-first moves into 2020 with the looming CCPA.

The rise of digital that began in the 2000s—which saw a notable shift in advertising dollars toward mobile screens, plus the growing dominance of Big Tech on Madison Avenue, aided by a regulatory push symbolized by the upcoming California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)—continued into the 2010s, led by Facebook, Google and, increasingly, Amazon.

@ronan_shields ronan.shields@adweek.com Ronan Shields is a programmatic reporter at Adweek, focusing on ad-tech.
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