EEC: Apple’s Privacy Moves – Sky Falling or Time to Innovate?

The Email Experience Council asked me and 11 other industry thought leaders to provide their initial reaction and take on Apple’s newest privacy change to limit email tracking and mask IP addresses on the Apple Mail app, and its potential implications on email marketing. For my part, I said:

“Consumers have been consistent in wanting more privacy and more relevant emails—not fully appreciating that these two things are largely diametrically opposed to each other. With their upcoming release of Mail Privacy Protection, Apple has decided to err on the side of increasing privacy. By generating tons of false opens and obscuring device information and other data, Apple’s MPP has made it significantly more difficult for marketers to send relevant emails and to avoid sending too many emails to their users. To avoid the negative effects of Apple’s privacy changes this fall, marketers will need to make adjustments to their email analytics, deliverability practices, and email designs.”

To see what everyone said and get a sense of the range of reactions…

>> Read the full post on the Email Experience Council Blog

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