Keynote Launches Web Privacy Tracking, Compliance Monitoring Service
Subscription-based round-the-clock Web privacy monitoring service helps Web site operators quickly pinpoint third-party trackers that violate privacy policies.
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Keynote’s service monitors Web sites and records all of the tracking activity present, such as cookies being placed on the browser. Keynote then matches that activity against a database of over 600 tracking companies and over 1,000 tracking domains, providing details on what privacy policies are being violated. Additionally, the Keynote Referrer Chain feature provides a detailed record for how the third-party violator came to be on the site and an audit trail of each handoff in the ad request.
Unlike existing privacy testing solutions, Keynote Web Privacy Tracking applies a proven 24/7 monitoring technology to address the growing concerns over the impact of third-party trackers on Internet privacy.
Keynote Web Privacy Tracking’s comprehensive tracking database provides site operators with detailed information for each third-party tracker on their site. Site owners can then export the Keynote Web Privacy Tracking Report and share it with co-workers and ad network partners to take immediate corrective action that reduces their exposure to privacy violations.
Keynote Web Privacy Tracking is priced as low as $200 USD per month. More information is available at keynote.com/webprivacymonitoring.