CDD is working to ensure the digital health field is accountable; privacy is respected, and that safeguards are in place for online health marketing.
CDD closely tracks the Digital Marketing industry to make the public, the media, and policymakers aware of their activities, in order to protect your consumer rights and online privacy.
CDD advocates for fair, equitable and just media and public sphere. We need limits on the use of commercial consumer data by political campaigns for voter targeting and voter suppression.
CDD protects the interests of young people, and is committed to ensuring children and teens are treated fairly in the commercial online marketplace.
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