Industry issues - Highlights
WFA Policy Tracker
The EU Digital Services Act: what is it and why is it relevant to advertisers?
Data collection in the crosshairs as kids’ screen time soars
Webinar: The case for greater diversity and inclusion in marketing
Webinar+: Regulating illegal and harmful content: what does it mean for advertisers?
Food marketingSelf-regulationMarketing to childrenMarketing law
LATAM mapping: Regulatory efforts to restrict food marketing in Latin America
This mapping provides an overview of the latest regulatory developments and industry commitments in Latin America.
Digital policyAlcohol marketingSelf-regulationMarketing law
Global Alcohol Advertising Heatmap
A tool providing a snapshot of regulations on alcohol advertising globally.
Last update: October 2020
Brand safetyChannelsBrand safetyMarketing operationsOrganisation & structure
Webinar: Where do great ads thrive?
In an increasingly volatile landscape, which environments can advertisers trust to reflect ambition of their brands?
Digital policyMarketing law
DSA task force Meeting Overview (October 2020)
The WFA DSA task force met on 12 October 2020 to discuss the Digital Services Act.
Digital policyMarketing lawConsumer insight
Webinar: The Economist presents The World in 2021
The Economist’s predictive look to the year ahead. Tom Standage shares key insights from the upcoming The Economist report…
Food marketingSelf-regulationMarketing to children
Google’s restrictions on food marketing to minors
An overview of Google’s new food marketing policies and a comparative overview of Google’s nutrition criteria…
Marketing to childrenMarketing law
AVMSD transposition: State of play and key implications for advertisers
An overview of ongoing Audiovisual Media Services Directive transposition processes and the implications for advertisers.
Digital policyData collection & privacy
DGX Benchmark: EU-US Data Transfers
This WFA member benchmark covers member experiences regarding data transfers between the EU and the US.
EU Consultation on consumer policy: WFA responses and key messages
This document outlines the key messages put forward by the WFA regarding the EU Commission's consultation on its “New…
Digital policyFood marketingMarketing to childrenMarketing law
PAG Meeting Overview (September 2020, Brussels)
Meeting overview, presentations and briefings from WFA’s Policy Action Group (PAG) meeting on 22 September 2020.
Digital policyData collection & privacy
Data Ethics Board meeting overview (September 2020)
Overview of the Data Ethics Board meeting held on 21 September 2020.
Digital policyFood marketingMarketing to childrenGender & diversityMarketing law
RAC Programme Meeting Overview (September 2020)
Overview of the Responsible Advertising and Children (RAC) Programme meeting held remotely on 23 September 2020.
23 Oct 2020
28 Oct 2020
Una sesión de una hora dedicada a la seguridad de la marca y el papel que puede desempeñar la Alianza Global para Medios Responsables. Con Luis Di Como, vicepresidente ejecutivo, Medios Globales, Unilever, y Rob Rakowitz, Initiative Lead de la GARM. Contaremos también con la presencia del CEO de la WFA, Stephan Loerke.
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