Each product contains 1 data set that is a MITS (Mobile Ids To Segments) file encompassing the segments within that product’s set of segments. The MITS file contains MAIDs (both adid’s and idfa’s). The MITS file(s) are revised with every version of a bi-monthly Audience index; i.e., each data set will have new revisions for the 1st and the 15th of every month.
The schema for the MITS files will be:
|consumer_id||Device ID (IDFA or Android ID)|
|id_type||Enumerated value indicating whether the consumer_id is an IDFA or an Android ID.|
|segment_ids||Array of FDC codes representing the segments within the given Data Set that the consumer_id belongs to|
NOTE: For a device ID to be included in any Data Set’s MITS file, it must appear in at least one segment under that Data Set.; i.e., there will not be any blanks in the
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