Taking back control over third-party content
Our love-hate relationship with third parties has taken a turn for the worse. While they often pay the bills, HTTP/2 means theyre more of a performance burden, ad blockers mean users have had enough, and projects like Google AMP mean that embedders feel the same. Yoav Weiss explores how to gain back control of your site, discussing mitigation tactics as well as a long-term plan to restore sanity.
|Talk Title||Taking back control over third-party content|
|Speakers||Yoav Weiss (Akamai)|
|Conf Tag||Build resilient systems at scale|
|Location||Santa Clara, California|
|Date||June 21-23, 2016|
Our lack of control over what third parties are doing on our sites is showing. How can we gain it back? Yoav Weiss explores mitigation tactics as well as a long-term plan to restore sanity to the ecosystem, arguing that we need mechanisms that put developers back in the driver’s seat as well as smarter ad blockers so that responsible third parties can remain a source of income. Topics include: