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An Update on Compliance

Epic Media Group (the parent company to Epic Marketplace and Traffic Marketplace) has ceased operations for economic and financial reasons. The company has represented to the NAI that it is not currently engaged (and has not been engaged for the past few months) in online behavioral advertising or otherwise running campaigns across its network, and has no plans to resume operations. As a result, the audit requirement, mutually agreed to by Epic and the NAI in response to Epic’s use of a “history sniffing” software program, is no longer appropriate or feasible. In the event that Epic resumes operations, and/or resumes operations as a network under a different name or corporate entity, the NAI will require that Epic (or the new entity) undergo independent audits of its data collection practices.

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