Facebook, Privacy, and the Future of Personalization

Customer Experience Matrix

Readers of this blog and the CDP Institute newsletter know that I’ve been fussing for years about privacy-related issues with Facebook , Google , and others. Here are some developments on the Facebook / Walled Garden / Privacy fronts that you might have missed.

Privacy Shield

Televerde

You may have seen a lot of articles lately mentioning GDPR, a new set of privacy regulations set to take effect next year in Europe. Many countries don’t distinguish between an individual or business when it comes to privacy. The post Privacy Shield appeared first on Televerde.

Will Privacy Regulations Favor Internet Giants?

Customer Experience Matrix

new privacy regulations. As Doc Searles (co-author of The Cluetrain Manifesto ) pointed out in the second-day keynote , new privacy regulations also threaten to cut off the data supply of marketing and advertising systems, creating an “extinction level event”.

How Will New Data Privacy Regulations Affect You?

Navigate the Channel

New data privacy laws around the world are going to affect North American business more than ever, and savvy executives are taking note. If you are located in North America and you thought that data privacy issues around the world weren’t your problem, think again.

Are you ready for GDPR, Europe’s upcoming data privacy requirements?

Biznology

Privacy is probably one of the least appealing topics in marketing. The post Are you ready for GDPR, Europe’s upcoming data privacy requirements? But this one’s a doozy.

How Will Data Privacy Affect Customer Experience?

Kapost

The desire for consumer data privacy and delivering effective marketing tactics can seem at odds with each other. The post How Will Data Privacy Affect Customer Experience? Marketers rely heavily on tools that collect behavioral data from customers to.

Privacy: Does Anybody Care?

Customer Experience Matrix

To paraphrase HL Mencken, no one ever went broke underestimating the American public's commitment to privacy. This lack of interest in privacy is a tremendous pity, because privacy violations can cause many types of real harm: - identity theft - physical violations including stalking and burglary when people are known to be out - unjustified commercial treatment (e.g. In many cases, technology can be designed to preserve privacy and still give the desired benefits.

Digital casualties: protecting your privacy is not fully In your hands

Biznology

Our collective attitude towards privacy changed drastically over that period, especially in the last 10 years. ” And privacy, as immunization, is not something we have full individual control over: a weak link can break it in ways that are very hard to prevent.

Data Privacy,Protection and Compliance from Silverpop Amplify

ANNUITAS

I had the opportunity to deliver a session today focused on data privacy, compliance, international data regulations, and the upcoming Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL ). Many regions of the world already have limits and restrictions on sending emails and storing data – this is just another step in protecting the privacy of data. Want to learn more about my session and what you need to be aware of in the ever-changing world of data protection and privacy?

How to Protect Your Privacy When Viewing LinkedIn Profiles

B2B Marketing Traction

The video below ( 2 minutes and 55 seconds ) shows you how to change your privacy settings on LinkedIn to mask your profile so that people cannot tell who is looking at their information. Read about How to Protect Your Privacy When Viewing Others’ LinkedIn Profiles. Tweet.

The 2012 Social Networking Privacy Policy

Webbiquity

If you were to do a Google search for some of the top social networking sites , you’ll almost certainly stumble across a news story concerning privacy issues with user data. Guest post by Athena Newton.

eTrigue becomes the first Marketing Automation company to receive EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Certification from the U.S. Department of Commerce

eTrigue

Privacy Shield Certification from the United States Department of Commerce. This is a voluntary certification program that reinforces eTrigue’s commitment to digital privacy. Privacy Shield Certification from the U.S.

User Apathy Ensures Little Privacy Within Facebook

Biznology

Social Media Marketing Facebook Mark Zuckerberg Privacy privacy settingsImage via CrunchBase. by Frank Reed. One of the things that many incumbents in the political world depend on to stay in office is voter apathy.

Data is More Secure Than Ever with Lead Liaison’s Participation in the Privacy Shield

Lead Liaison

Privacy Shield Frameworks to increase data security for international clients. The Privacy Shield Framework complies with European Union and Swiss data protection requirements when transferring personal data in and out of the United States. In order to comply, US-based organizations must certify themselves with the Department of Commerce, as well as publicly commit to comply with the Privacy Shield Program’s requirements. About the Privacy Shield Agreement Model.

Online Personal Privacy Update

Marketing Action

We’re hardly through the first month of 2014, and we have seen two major retailers disclosure privacy breaches that combined could affect a THIRD of the population of the USA. As you will see from the listings this is a great place to start for you to manage your privacy settings.

ANNUITAS Acquires Email Deliverability and Privacy Compliance Company, Get Me In The Inbox

ANNUITAS

Press Releases acquistion B2B Marketing Chris Arrendale Email Deliverability Email deliverability and privacy Get Me In The Inbox The upside of better deliverability can mean significant revenue for organizations, even with an increase of just one or two percentage points.

Google’s new privacy policy is definitely good for Google

Biznology

Many of you probably got an e-mail last week from Google announcing its new privacy policy. Every site has a privacy policy, and as a marketer, I understand the need to make some use of the information. No, the privacy policy is kind of a legal document. Image via CrunchBase.

What is the International Association of Privacy Professionals? Why Should Marketers Care?

ANNUITAS

I have been writing a lot about the important of good data, Email Deliverability and Privacy Compliance and how you cannot have a comprehensive Demand Generation Strategy without including these components. Last year, IAPP launched the Certified Information Privacy Manager (CIPM) program. It tracks the evolution of the privacy profession from a technical, legal compliance role into a strategic organizational and management function.

A different kind of Facebook privacy issue

Biznology

I've been in Europe the last ten days (coming home today) and it's easy to see how European cultures differ from that of America, especially when it comes to privacy. Tags: Social Media Marketing facebook google privacy socialmedia socialnetwork twitter Image via Wikipedia.

7 Misconceptions About the New EU Privacy Regulations

Modern Marketing

by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this Today, May 25 th , is the day that all member states of the European Union are expected to enact region’s new privacy directive, which requires businesses to get explicit permission to track online users’ behaviors. This creates a uniform privacy law across the entire European market!

How Google and Apple Are Using ‘Privacy’ to Kill Ad Tech

Contently

And the result—more privacy and a better user experience—means that any sort of customer backlash is unlikely. The post How Google and Apple Are Using ‘Privacy’ to Kill Ad Tech appeared first on The Content Strategist.

The Privacy Canard: David Lazarus and the Evils of Facebook

B2B Memes

In the Los Angeles Times today, columnist David Lazarus, a writer I admire, wrote an oddly bitter piece inspired by the Facebook IPO, wondering why so many people under 30 just don’t care about privacy: It’s not just that we no longer feel outraged by repeated incursions on our virtual personal space. Why is this new attitude to privacy so bad? But is the root of the evil here an issue of privacy, or of bureaucratic intolerance and social hypocrisy?

5 Stories About EU Privacy Rules: A Daily Roundup

Modern Marketing

by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this Today was enactment day in the European Union, the date when member states were due to roll out the region’s new opt-in privacy requirements for businesses wishing to track consumers’ behavior online with tools like cookies. So in that spirit we thought we’d present a round up of today’s news about the EU privacy directive. You can find even more news about the EU’s revamped privacy policies in the news section of our website.

National Cyber Security Alliance Encourages Businesses to Support Data Privacy Day on January 28

Marketing Action

Privacy stewardship must be the central essence of any organization’s digital DNA. Act-On Software … Read more › The post National Cyber Security Alliance Encourages Businesses to Support Data Privacy Day on January 28 appeared first on Marketing Action Blog - Act-On. B2B Marketing Deliverability Email Marketing Privacy and cybersecurity cyber security data privacy data privacy day data security email deliverability email security privacy

What’s Happening to EU Privacy Law? An FAQ

Modern Marketing

by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this Privacy law in the European Union was back in the headlines recently. That’s due to proposed changes to EU privacy protections that were released by The European Commission. A lot of people were likely scratching their heads, wondering how the proposed changes to EU privacy law would impact them and their business. Well, our own Chief Security and Privacy Officer, Dennis Dayman , follows this news the way some follow celebrity gossip.

Global Business: The Basics of Data Protection and Data Privacy

Modern B2B Marketing

Most prospects for cloud solutions over that time have been rightly concerned with the issue of Data Protection and Data Privacy, both in terms of their responsibilities for customers’ data and the overall protection of their brand. Privacy and Deliverability

American Privacy 2011 – Empowering the Consumer

Modern B2B Marketing

by Josh Aberant Online privacy is changing in the US. The flurry of big privacy announcements at the end of 2010 – each one trying to outdo the others – made clear that US privacy is coming alive in 2011. Privacy is changing.

Danah Boyd On Privacy and Online Social Cues

Modern Marketing

by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this Always the virtual iconoclast, Danah Boyd , a senior researcher at Microsoft, made the argument that when we talk about protecting people’s privacy, we probably don’t know what we’re talking about. “No No one can actually agree on what privacy means or what it takes to protect privacy in the first place,” Boyd said at the 2011 Personal Democracy Forum in New York City.

Privacy in a Data-Deluged World

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Drop.io 's CEO Sam Lessin presented “A Brief History of Privacy in this Data-Deluged World” at the Ignite II kick-off of Web 2.0 What I mean by this is that for thousands of years publishing content about yourself was expensive and time consuming, and privacy was the default state.

Facebook Is Updating Its Privacy Tools. Here's a Look at What to Expect.

Hubspot

Facebook announced this morning that it will roll out changes to its privacy tools to make them clearer and easier to find. Again, when I tried to access my own account and privacy settings, I didn't see any changes. New Privacy Shortcuts Menu".

These Days in Privacy – How new developments in privacy may affect online marketing

Modern B2B Marketing

by Josh Aberant These are exciting times in privacy. The end of 2010 is proving to be a formative time for new privacy protections. We’ve seen three major new privacy proposals within the last month. Privacy is moving fast.

How Facebook Graph Search Affects Your Privacy [Infographic]

Modern B2B Marketing

The infographic below illustrates how Graph Search might affect you personally and how to customize your privacy settings to better control who sees the content you post.

On Leaks and Privacy and Social Media

Biznology

Thus, a Venn diagram depicting privacy vs. the Internet would look more like this: A relatively recent case of private information leaking to the general public corroborates that point-of-view: Tiger Woods' challenging year started with verbal accounts of marital infidelity and a phone voice message.

New! Guide to International Email Privacy & Consent Regulations

Marketing Action

With this in mind we’ve compiled an International Email Privacy & Consent Guide for your reference. Act-On’s Guide to International Email Privacy & Consent Regulations. As digital marketers we have the opportunity to market to a global audience in almost real time.

You Need a Privacy Policy in 2017: Here's How to Start

Hubspot

At this point, you might be asking yourself: Do I really need a privacy policy for my website? Starting a new business can be overwhelming -- there are a lot of moving parts to manage all at once, and it's easy for your privacy policy to get overlooked (or completely forgotten) in the shuffle.

Inside Act-On: Preparing for GDPR Compliance

Act-On

Digital Marketing EU/UK Privacy and cybersecurity act-on deliverability GDPR

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How Facebook’s privacy disasters will change B2B marketing

Chris Koch

It’s this viral relationship model of Twitter that wins in every privacy showdown between Facebook and its users. Reclaimprivacy.org is a small browser based program that practices a kind of benevolent vigilantism and helps you change your vulnerable privacy settings. The privacy issues for Facebook are going to be on the cover of Time magazine next week.

Marketo’s Position on the New Privacy Developments

Modern B2B Marketing

by Josh Aberant Within the past month we’ve seen major privacy initiatives from three major players in the online commerce space: FTC with a Do Not Track list proposal; Microsoft with announcements of tracking blocking technology in the upcoming release of the Internet Explorer browser; US Dept.

Call to Action for Online Business – Get Ready to Compete on Privacy

Modern B2B Marketing

by Josh Aberant Privacy is experiencing a sea change. Companies will soon start competing on privacy. There are currently companies in the marketplace that have good privacy practices. There are also companies out there that have bad privacy practices.

Facebook to Roll Out 'Similar' EU Privacy Options to All Users

Hubspot

Facebook announced today that it will be sending all users a News Feed alert asking them to review their data and privacy options. But now, Facebook users worldwide will receive an alert in their News Feeds -- an "interruption," as Facebook lightly calls it -- asking them to review privacy and data controls pertaining to ads, facial recognition, and what they've shared on their profiles.