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The beginning of the second holiday month was marked by t
In the first holiday month, along with the easing of anti-epidemic measures, interest in travel grew. Travel category - content, which includes, for example, websites with travel themes, descriptions of attractions and tourist attractions in individual destinations or with travel tips, grew significantly on all devices, but mostly on tablets (40%), then on mobile phones (32%) and classic PCs (22%).
The European Football Championship has increased the interest of visitors to the Sports category, especially on mobile devices. From mobile phones and tablets, it visited sports websites in June by 5 resp. 4% more users than in May. High daily attendance (approximately 900 thousand to 1.1 million RU on mobile phones and about 80 thousand on tablets) was recorded mainly in the days around the match between the Czechia and the Netherlands (June 27 - 29), which decided the Czech Republic to advance to the quarterfinals. EURO.
As our life and work have switched to the online environ
Comment by Michal Feix, Vice-Chair of the SPIR Executive Board, on Google's announcement a few days ago on stop tracking individual users online and end individual targeting of ads on the Internet.
As part of the AdMonitoring project, in 2020, the participating operators recorded expenses for display advertising in the total amount of CZK 16.5 billion at list prices. Most (56%) of the display ads were programmatic. Detailed breakdowns by operators can be found in the public outputs of the project.
SPIR joined the Industry Joint Letter to Progress Report on ePrivacy in the TELE Council of Ministers
The Internet Industry representatives who signed the letter kindly encourage the Member States to request the European Commission to repeal their current proposal and to work on a new legal instrument that would safeguard confidentially of networks and communications and ensure a level playing field between platforms and the media ecosystem.
SPIR supported the industry joint letter on terrorist content explaining European trade associations concerns about some provisions in the European Commissions's proposal and in the UE Councils's General Approach.