The Online Ad World Is Murky. A Group of Companies Wants to Fix That.

Sixteen companies are calling for more transparency from the likes of Google and Facebook, and setting their own example in hopes of a less expensive, more efficient system.
By STEVE LOHR
Wed Oct 02 2019
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