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During Privacy Battle, Brands Adjust Location Targeting Strategy

“Can privacy and personalization ever be compatible? It’s not a question consumers regularly ask, even though concerns over targeting and apps that continuously log location data grow greater by the day. For marketers, however, the answer to whether privacy and personalization can coexist, and what happens to location data in the wake of tightening restrictions, […]

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Privacy watchdog to probe Klarna after email backlash

“The data protection watchdog said numerous people had made it aware of a marketing email Klarna had sent out. It was followed by a message the email had been sent in error, and they had not been added to a marketing database. But recipients asked how the firm had their email address in the first […]
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Here’s Who Else PayPal, Venmo, Cash App Are Sharing Your Data With

“The apps are all free, but some can come at a great cost. What most people don’t realize is that when they pay their friends with them, in many instances they’re giving up valuable information about themselves that gets shared with a host of data companies, a process that happens in the background without the […]
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You Can Now Opt Out of Having Your Samsung Pay Data Sold

“I am a long-time Samsung Pay user and I was honestly shocked to see Samsung was selling my Samsung Pay data. Companies like Google are pretty open about the amount of data they track and sell and how they sell it. Samsung isn’t as open about the amount of data they track or sell. The reason Samsung […]
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I Got Access to My Secret Consumer Score. Now You Can Get Yours, Too.

“As of this summer, though, Sift does have a file on you, which it can produce upon request. I got mine, and I found it shocking: More than 400 pages long, it contained all the messages I’d ever sent to hosts on Airbnb; years of Yelp delivery orders; a log of every time I’d opened the Coinbase […]
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The spy in your wallet: Credit cards have a privacy problem

“Despite a federal privacy law covering cards, I found that six types of businesses could mine and share elements of my purchase, multiplied untold times by other companies they might have passed it to. Credit cards are a spy in your wallet — and it’s time that we add privacy, alongside rewards and rates, to […]
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Take On Payments: Safeguarding Privacy and Ethics in AI

“Given the continued attention to advancements in machine learning and other computing technology advancements falling under the marketing term of “artificial intelligence” (AI), I thought it would be beneficial for our readers if we were to review these guidelines so the reader can assess their validity and completeness. The heading and the italicized text in […]
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Apple Strikes a Foreboding Tone With Big Ad on Privacy

“Apple, which does not, as in the cases of Big Tech rivals Facebook and Alphabet, command an advertising business reliant on sharing a massive repository of consumer data, will indeed take advantage of its secure position in the market to take the lead on privacy. A link below its video on YouTube points to a […]

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