The ASC AdChoices Accountability Program
Advertising Standards Canada (ASC), the national, independent, not-for-profit advertising self-regulatory body,
is responsible for developing and managing the compliance mechanisms for the Digital Advertising Alliance of Canada
(the DAAC) AdChoices Program. ASC's compliance efforts help to ensure participating companies achieve the requirements
set out in the DAAC Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioural Advertising (the Principles). Details about ASC's AdChoices
Accountability Program can be found online at ASC Online Behavioural
Advertising Compliance Procedure.
ASC's responsibilities under the DAAC AdChoices Program (the DAAC Program) include:
- Monitoring participating companies' websites for compliance with the Principles;
- Accepting and handling consumers' complaints concerning possible non-compliance with the Principles;
- Working collaboratively with participating companies to achieve compliance; and
- Publishing compliance reports.
ASC published its second AdChoices Accountability Program Compliance Report in February 2017.
To read the latest report, click here.