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Digiday+ Research: Publishers and ad execs grow cynical of third-party cookie depreciation

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BuzzFeed expands first-party data product Lighthouse to international markets

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Digiday DealBook: Truth Social acquisition extended, Lyft’s new media division, Axios bought by Cox and more

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