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ADMA launches responsible data practice program

28th Oct `13, 03:21 AM in Sectors

The Association for Data-driven Marketing and Advertising (ADMA) has launched a new program in a bid to promote…

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The Association for Data-driven Marketing and Advertising (ADMA) has launched a new program in a bid to promote responsible data practices across the Australian marketing community.

The new ADMA Data Pass is open to member companies and focuses on privacy and security issues around collecting, analysing and using data in marketing and advertising activity. Its launch comes hot on the heels of Australia’s privacy law reforms, which set out new principles around using data, compulsory data breach notifications, and hefty penalties for organisations that don’t comply.

The ADMA accreditation program consists of online training modules and requires a certain percentage of member organisation employees to pass an exam depending on their size. The list of staff eligible for training stretches across operations, line managers and senior management including CMOs.

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