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How Google Lets Ad Marketers Like Me Track Your Kids

Google provides marketers with more than 1,000 flavors of your browsing behavior to target with ads

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If you’ve been following this series so far, you know that Google tracks the websites you visit. Then it passes the data to marketers like me so we can target you with ads based on where you’ve been on the…

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Patrick Berlinquette

Patrick Berlinquette

Founder of a NY search ad agency (like we need another). Finding humor in marketing tech’s depravity. AdTech writing @ NY Times. patrickberlin08@gmail.com

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