Common sense networks and integral advertising science have struck a deal to provide secure, data-driven solutions in the children's advertising market. Common Sense Networks, a nonprofit subsidiary of Common Sense Media, creates and curates child-safe content experiences and was behind the launch of Sensical, a streaming-video center for kids two to ten. works for In terms of PACT IAS, it will leverage the opinions and proprietary data of common sense networks to assist the Customer base and manage their campaigns to comply with the children's online privacy protection rule, which in turn will comply with the specific requirements of children's operators, which enforces appropriate requirements for children 13 years old. “Commonsense networks are deeply committed to creating safe, intelligent solutions for brands through meaningful resources in our property and contextual targeting solutions and anchoring them,” said Jad Dunning, COO of Common Common Networks. We look forward to working closely with IAS to increase industry awareness of COPPA compliance for brand partners who want to.” Advertisers have long worried about what's been called "brand safety," and those concerns have only grown in a world more reliant on social media. “Integral Science offers advertisers the most actionable data to drive superior results while protecting their brands,” said Yannis Dosios, chief commercial officer of IAS, in a prepared statement. As a father of three, I am proud that IAS is leading the way in protecting children from exposure to inappropriate advertising. ”