Is Privacy Important?
Small Business Mavericks
NOVEMBER 4, 2011
Copyblogger podcast radio host Robert Bruce interviews Copyblogger CEO Sonia Simone about privacy and other content matters. So the question is, is privacy important for marketers and small business owners? But online privacy goes beyond your ability or willingness to share your clients’ information. Real privacy is also about protecting that information from all sources. That’s the deepest level of privacy protection. So how do you protect your clients’ privacy information? think it is. Here’s the best way to think about this.
Privacy and Autonomy for Introverts at Work
JANUARY 24, 2012
No matter what personality type you are, people are more productive and learn better when they have privacy and alone time. As human beings, we all need to love and trust one another, but we crave privacy and autonomy. And for the introverts like Woz, find ways to give them even more autonomy and privacy. ” You see, I’m an introvert. know, I know. Lots of people.
JANUARY 28, 2012
Facebook Privacy & Employers: 5 Must-Reads
MARCH 26, 2012
Here are 5 must-reads related to Facebook privacy and employers that we don’t want you to miss. Facebook Privacy Debate a Passionate One. It is especially egregious because the applicant’s friends and acquaintances on Facebook, who are not a party to the job search, would have their privacy compromised as well. Such a practice is being condemned, and rightfully so.
Path's Privacy Problems Aren't Path's - They're Apple's
Stay N' Alive
FEBRUARY 8, 2012
Technology social ios loopt Apple Path iphone privacyThe world is up in arms about how the mobile application Path, which I covered here as one of the next social networks to watch, has been sending users' phone directory data back to the service. As someone that knows the founders and trusts what they'll do with the data, I didn't give it a second thought, but the concern is valid.
Inside Look at Facebook Privacy Settings
JANUARY 26, 2011
then created the following video (which I uploaded to YouTube here ) showing how I implement the myriad of Facebook privacy settings. Please watch this and share it with your friends and colleagues (and I apologize it is lengthier than I anticipated) for an educational how-to on Facebook privacy. Thanks! -- Ari Herzog thanks you for reading Inside Look at Facebook Privacy Settings on his blog. How Bloggers and Webmasters Violate Your Privacy With Google Analytics. Media privacy YoutubeSatisfied, I bought it. Contact Ari: Twitter | Email | 978.558.0008.
Tracking, Personalization And Screams Of Privacy
FEBRUARY 15, 2013
Any tracking of information of consumers without the consent of your consumer is a breach of privacy, right? In my forthcoming business book, CTRL ALT Delete (out May 21st, 2013), I go in-depth on the notion that consumers need to better understand the difference between personalization (tracking their usage to create a better and more personalized experience) versus privacy (capturing personal information and using it in any way that has not been pre-approved by the consumer). Some privacy advocates might argue that this is a matter of simple semantics. breach of privacy.
Facebook graph search and your privacy
MAY 5, 2013
Public information will come up in search queries so if you have content on Facebook that you don’t want the world to see it’s time to button down your privacy settings. This infographic from the people at Marketo illustrates how Graph Search affects users and gives advice on customizing privacy settings for better control. How Facebook Graph Search Affects Your Privacy infographic by Marketo. Facebook Graph Search Privacy Settings [INFOGRAPHIC]. Facebook Graph Search is now live. Are you aware of the searchable content you post? Infographic: Twitter facts.
Consumers Want Personalization And Privacy
JUNE 12, 2015
Do you feel that Amazon is breaching your privacy? The reasoning is that consumers have completely confused the difference between "privacy" and "personalization." And, when that amount of money is on the table, it's hard not to see the other side. A few days ago, TechCrunch published a scathing editorial piece based on a new study titled, The Online Privacy Lie Is Unraveling. privacy. Have you ever shopped on Amazon ? Probably one of the stupidest questions ever asked in 2015. Of course, you have. Who hasn't shopped at Amazon? Do you like the experience? It sucks.
A New Way To Think About Privacy
OCTOBER 21, 2011
Is privacy really what we should be seeking out as individuals online or should we go in the opposite direction? privacy. businessbook google jeffjarvis newmedia newworld podcast privacy publicparts whatwouldgoogledo youtubeThis concept is core to Jeff Jarvis ' latest business book, Public Parts. Jeff's first book, What Would Google Do? Watch this. google. jeff jarvis. podcast.
[Cool Infographic Friday] Is there such a thing as online privacy?
SEPTEMBER 19, 2014
The post [Cool Infographic Friday] Is there such a thing as online privacy? Short answer is no, but more interestingly to me is the fact that despite these numbers, everyone uses social media anyway. H/t Rad Campaign and Craig Newmark. ————-. photo credit ). More like this. Cool Infographic Friday] How Will You Deal With Your Digital Afterlife? Potluck
Privacy vs Progress – Who Will Win?
SEPTEMBER 3, 2014
Privacy vs Progress from Amy Vernon. The post Privacy vs Progress – Who Will Win? I know you will love this as much as I do. By the fabulous Amy Vernon. ———— ( photo credit ). More like this. appeared first on SocialFish. Debunking the Hype Potluck
Facial Recognition, Privacy and Social Media
MAY 18, 2011
This is what I was talking about in this post on privacy and facebook facial tagging and recognition -. augmented reality Online Communities social media social networks Facebook facial recognition privacyAlexKilpatrick. Viewdle – Photo and Video Face Tagging from Viewdle on Vimeo. One of the conference speakers @AlexKilpatrick talked about small and large audiences. Useful.
The End Of Privacy. The Beginning Of Personalization
SEPTEMBER 18, 2013
In this chapter, I also identify that one of the biggest challenges facing businesses today is their ability (or inability) to better explain to consumers the chasm that exists between privacy (knowing a lot of personal information) in contrast to personalization (knowing what people are doing online to create a better experience for them). It removes the privacy issue (hopefully. What if this idea of personalized (without the worry of breaching any privacy) brings us full circle back to that original promise? privacy. But what about the rest of the Web? It''s true.
Big Data, Influencers, Privacy and Other Digital Termites
JANUARY 30, 2013
This podcast offers a sneak preview , which is also transcribed below… We got into all sorts of fun things, including big data, influencers, privacy and other digital termites. We are distributing ourselves on the network, and I’m fearful of the impact it has both on our privacy, in terms of our identity and of our relationship with each other. Image by NEXT Berlin. think he’s right.
The Power of Google+: Privacy "Circles" the Entire Experience
Stay N' Alive
JUNE 29, 2011
Not just that, but the default privacy setting on Google+ is nothing. In a sense, this puts Google Circles at a greater risk to putting Twitter out of business, as it takes the Twitter follow model and lists, and adds privacy settings to it, using those lists to make that happen. I bet we'll see Twitter do this in the near future as a response to Google Circles. They took privacy, and put it smack in the face of the user to make their own conscious decisions. It greets you every step of the way and that's quite a pleasant thing to see in a world of growing privacy concerns.
The Other Side Of Privacy
MAY 16, 2011
You can't throw a rock and not hit a concern about privacy and the use of our data online. From newer media initiatives (think Facebook Beacon ) to cyber-attacks (see what Sony has been dealing with ), not a week goes by that some sort of privacy breach or plans for a corporation to do something funky with consumer's data isn't in the news. The other side of privacy. The other side of privacy is knowing and understanding that whatever you put online is now in the public domain. The truth is that you decide how much data you're creating and your own level of privacy.
Will Facial Recognition Ads End Privacy?
SEPTEMBER 10, 2012
There’s a new attack on privacy: Facial recognition -driven advertising. Privacy’s Last Stand? It’s no secret that the current era of social check-ins and big data mining infringes upon traditional privacy norms. In my mind, it spells an inevitable end to privacy as we know it… Unless you choose to live in the mountains unplugged in a forced hermitage.
Has Social Media Killed Off Privacy?
MAY 5, 2011
What with Tom Tom selling our GPS data to the police that then book us for speeding, and facial recognition connecting our faces to our social networks and the privacy implications that entails, are we thinking enough about the big issues in our rush to upload, tag and share content in online communities? I’ve finally figured out how to use my iPhone as a GPS Navigation system. Oh goody!
New Feature On Pinterest Gives Users More Privacy
NOVEMBER 28, 2012
Pinterest recently launched Secret Boards. Pinners will appreciate this new feature and it will encourage more personal users to join as well. This new feature is fantastic for businesses, especially those who are planners. If a company is planning to launch a new product or host a special event a Secret Board can be created in advance, along with content, images, and descriptions for each pin.
Facebook Faces More Potential Privacy-Related Legal Issues in EU
MAY 25, 2016
and the European Commission , and according to Fortune, the Privacy Shield deal that replaced Safe Harbor is stricter, but there are loopholes. Facebook Privacy/Security Austria Dublin EC EU european commission European Court of Justice European Union Fortune Ireland Irish High Court Max Schrems Model Clauses Model Contracts Office of the Data Protection Commissioner Privacy Shield Safe Harbor Standard Contractual Clauses User dataFacebook continues to face pressure in the European Union over transferring data from customers there to the U.S. for processing.
APRIL 26, 2013
This infographic is a little hard to read, but has some interesting food for thought nonetheless. Infographic by WebpageFX. Debunking the Hype
Three Facts about Online Privacy
OCTOBER 31, 2011
The next interview on The Engaging Brand podcast is about online privacy with Terence Craig - co author of Privacy and Big Data. Ahead of the show Terence has shared with us 3 facts about online privacy which we should all know. 1. Don’t assume that local laws will protect your privacy – privacy laws differ markedly and which laws that apply to your data is a guessing game.
Would You Sacrifice Your Privacy For A $5 Gift Card?
The Realtime Report
FEBRUARY 19, 2014
Your location is very, very valuable to marketers. Are you willing to offer them that information, around the clock, in exchange for $5 and $10 gift cards — as well as the occasional bigger prize? So far, at least 125,000 Americans have answered yes to the above question. Tracking consumers around the clock obviously yields a ton of valuable data for businesses and advertisers.
Protecting Your Online Privacy: How to Keep Your Online Activity Private from Pirates, Hackers and Marketers
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
SEPTEMBER 11, 2012
The recent proliferation of social media networks has increased awareness of online privacy issues. On the surface, some may feel that online privacy is only a concern for those attempting to hide their internet activities. Online privacy is an issue that impacts ALL of us. Additional actions are required to make full use of the web AND to protect your privacy.
Judge Confirms: You Have No Privacy. Get Over It.
MAY 7, 2010
My old boss, Scott McNealy, former CEO of Sun Microsystems, said , in 2003, “You have no privacy. Today I read on Evan Brown’s awesome Internet Cases Blog , that a New York criminal court judge, ruling last month in an Internet privacy suit, said: “In this day of wide dissemination of thoughts and messages through transmissions which are vulnerable to interception and readable by unintended parties, armed with software, spyware, viruses and cookies spreading capacity; the concept of internet privacy is a fallacy upon which no one should rely..
Show 358 - Online Privacy and Protecting Our Personal Data
NOVEMBER 4, 2011
Terence Craig joins Anna Farmery to talk about online privacy. Terence is an expert and speaker on big data and privacy. He runs PatternBuilders which supports "develop and support enterprise analytic solutions that deal with the exponential growth of data" and has just written a book on security of our personal online data called Privacy and Big Data. We discuss.
Privacy Is About Control, Not Anonymity
SEPTEMBER 22, 2010
Tweet Seth Godin says you don’t really care about privacy : “If you cared about privacy you wouldn’t have a credit card, because, after all, they know everything you spend money on. Tags: privacy And you wouldn’t use the phone, because somewhere, there’s a computer scanning what you say. What most of us care about is being surprised. Control.
The Digital Economy's Privacy Problem
MARCH 23, 2016
We need to define what privacy means to us, and not rely on someone else to do it for us. The death of privacy? So, is privacy a thing of the past? Here is the debate and I'd love your thoughts in the comments below: The Agenda With Steve Paikin - The Death of Privacy? . privacy. What do these Internet-based businesses know about us? Plus, who are these companies sharing this information with? It's clear that data is the new oil, but many of us have no idea where the drilling is taking place and how it is then distributed. Without even knowing it. Is it just?
Could the Survival of Facebook Depend on Its Privacy?
AUGUST 22, 2012
In the past, I’ve made the argument that your privacy is not Facebook’s responsibility, and I still believe that. You just read Could the Survival of Facebook Depend on Its Privacy? Could the Survival of Facebook Depend on Its Privacy? Facebook stock is not doing very well. That’s the key. It can’t do that as a public corporation. What do you think?
Social Networks and Privacy
JUNE 17, 2010
There are stories of activists using Twitter to transmit summaries from police scanners to let protesters know what actions police are taking too. I’m trying to keep my focus in this case on activists and their issues with privacy online. This is one example of social media being used to secure the privacy of an individual. Get a P.O. Change the date across all your networks.
What I Like About the New Facebook Timeline Profile, Privacy Settings, and News Feed
SEPTEMBER 24, 2011
Longed For New Privacy Settings. Head over to your Privacy Settings, and Edit Settings for How Tags Work. By now, you’ve probably read your fair share of “What I Hate About the New Facebook Updates” to the point that you’re pretty comfortable with the fact that you hate the changes. The Best Facebook News Feed Setting. Hide Updates by Third Party Applications.
Privacy Fail: Network Solutions Reveals Identities of Domain Name Owners Despite Whois Privacy
SEPTEMBER 7, 2011
Networks Solutions , a popular domain name registrar, is revealing the real identity of the domain name owner even though the domain name owner has opted-in and paid for their domain name privacy service. But, as you can see, this is obviously a big fail when it comes to privacy on behalf of Network Solutions customers. A hat tip goes out to fusible for mentioning this in a recent post.
Google Plus and personal privacy
AUGUST 28, 2011
Regarding countries like Iran and Syria, people there have no expectation of privacy anyway due to their government’s own policies, which implies (to me, at least) that Schmidt thinks there’s no point of even trying to have a service that allows pseudonyms. So, how do you feel about the issue of using your real name on Google Plus and your personal safety/privacy?
Was Privacy An Anomaly All Along?
AUGUST 24, 2015
So, are we all ready for a post-privacy world or have we been living it for a long time already? . Every Monday morning at 7:10 am, I am a guest contributor on CHOM 97.7 FM radio broadcasting out of Montreal (home base). It's not a long segment - about 5 to 10 minutes every week - about everything that is happening in the world of technology and digital media. The good folks at CHOM 97.7 FM are posting these segments weekly to SoundCloud , if you're interested in hearing more of me blathering away. morning show. The segment is called, CTRL ALT Delete with Mitch Joel. Apparently, not.
The 5-Step Secret To Facebook Timeline Privacy Bliss
DECEMBER 19, 2011
Here are 5 things you need to do right now to attain Facebook Timeline privacy bliss prior to activating the new Timeline profile. Most people should set their privacy and sharing settings to Friends Only. You can change the privacy level for each status update if you wish. Smart Lists” were introduced by Facebook in September to bring more organization and privacy to profiles.
[DATA] Teens, Privacy and Social Media
JUNE 3, 2013
The latest research is out from Pew Internet Research on teens and their use of social media. See the full report here ; and of particular interest is some insights gleaned from their focus group interviews. ——————– ( photo credit ). Useful Data