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  1. The demise of the third party cookie this year, plus reductions in identifiers such as Apple’s IDFA, are making it increasingly hard to track consumers across digital media. 

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  3. In this NAC meeting, we will have an open discussion on national associations’ priorities, challenges and plans for 2021.

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  4. A closer look at the latest regulatory trends to restrict marketing to children around the world.

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