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MotoGp 2008


Category:Motorcycle video games Category:Windows games Category:PlayStation Portable games Category:PlayStation 3 games Category:PlayStation 2 games Category:Xbox 360 games Category:Wii games Category:2009 video games Category:Video games developed in the United Kingdom Category:Video games scored by Mark Wallis Category:Video games scored by Tim Wright Category:Video games set in the United Kingdom Category:Video games set in Italy Category:Video games set in Austria Category:Video games set in France Category:Video games set in Germany Category:Video games set in the Netherlands Category:Video games set in Spain Category:Video games set in France Category:Video games set in Spain Category:Video games set in Belgium Category:Video games set in Scotland Category:Video games set in SpainCoca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson, the Kellogg Company, the Mars candy company, Hershey, Nestlé, and PepsiCo are partnering with a big new trade association to reinvigorate the digital advertising industry. The new trade association, called the Digital Advertising Alliance, hopes to lead the way on how industry groups should regulate consumers' web experiences online. Its creation, announced Tuesday, follows years of lobbying by tech companies like Facebook and Google, which have made huge amounts of money by selling advertising to web-based companies. AD AD With the new trade group, the companies argue they are able to take decisive action on the issue of protecting consumers from misleading or false advertising. The groups, which includes Coca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson, Mars and Kraft, also hope the trade group can help foster more consumer-friendly, meaningful regulation and public disclosure of the technology used to measure and influence web traffic and its impact on consumers. "For many of us who have been in this industry for a long time, it's not a new issue, but it is one of finding the right mix of incentives, to protect our consumers," said Stephen Baker, president of the Digital Advertising Alliance. The trade group will work with the companies that make the major online advertising tech — such as the Google-owned DoubleClick and the controversial Microsoft-owned ad tech company measurement firm Atlas — to chart ways to protect consumers online. It will also try to inspire greater transparency among the companies that currently charge different online advertising industry groups like DoubleClick and Atlas for access to consumer data. AD

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