We are pleased to announce Turn has joined The Centre for Information Policy Leadership at Hunton & Williams LLP, a member-driven privacy think-tank that provides leadership in developing policy to ensure privacy and information security while balancing economic and societal interests.

The Centre’s membership includes more than 40 leading companies representing a wide range of sectors: Turn, Accenture, Acxiom, American Express, Best Buy, Dell, DMA, HP, Eli Lilly, Experian, Google, IBM, Intel, Intuit, JPMorgan, MasterCard, Metlife, Microsoft, Oracle, P&G, Salesforce.com, TRUSTe, USPS, Visa, Wal-Mart, Yahoo and others.

As a member, Turn will participate in focused industry discussion groups on various information policy topics that bring industry thought leaders, consumer advocates, technical experts and policymakers together to discuss information policy topics of interest to the public and encourage responsible information governance in today's digital society.

As a demand side platform (DSP) for digital advertising, Turn is fully committed to promoting the highest consumer privacy and data policy standards and practices. Turn is also a member of NAI and compliant with NAI self-regulation principles. Working with organizations like these on privacy policy demonstrates Turn’s leadership role in the future of digital media.

For more information on Turn’s privacy policies visit: http://www.turn.com/trust/privacy-guidelines

Xuhui Shao
CTO