Dstillery joins World Wide Web Consortium
Dstillery, the custom audience solutions company, announced it has joined as an official member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the international standards organization that helps shape the future of the web.
W3C is an international community where members, staff and the public work together to develop web technology solutions and shape the future of the web. By creating technical standards such as HTML and CSS, W3C has been instrumental in working toward accessibility, security and privacy. Member organizations help drive the direction of core web technology, work toward a framework of technological ethics and exchange ideas with industry and research leaders.
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As a member, Dstillery joins the ranks of some of the most innovative advertising partners in the world including Apple, Google and Microsoft.
“Joining W3C allows us to work more directly with leading companies on the web,” said Evan Hills, Dstillery’s Senior Vice President of Partnerships & Strategy. “Collaborating with and sharing our expertise with other members gives us the opportunity to further shape the future of the web and, more specifically, the relationship between individual web users and the businesses interacting with them. We’re proud to support W3C in facilitating strategic discussions about what the future of the web holds, as we continue to empower the world’s top brands and agencies to reach their best customers.”
As a member of this international organization, Dstillery will be able to better engage with the broader web community on the future of internet privacy while continuing to play a leading role in future audience solutions and advertising technologies.
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