The Network Advertising Initiative (“NAI”), a coalition of more than 80 online advertising companies committed to self-regulation, released a report this week finding that there is a high degree of compliance with the NAI’s Self-Regulatory Code of Conduct, which governs the use of consumer data for purposes of online behavioral advertising.   In particular, the report concludes that NAI’s member companies are complying with the Code’s restrictions on using sensitive data for purposes of online behavioral advertising and prohibitions on the use of data for secondary purposes, including to make insurance or employment decisions.  In addition, member companies are not specifically targeting children under the age of 13.