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Does Google hate crypto?

Does Google hate crypto? | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
Advertisers are getting frustrated with increasing advertising costs / the decreasing effectiveness of ads placed on the big three platforms. Consumers, facing advertising fatigue have increasingly become immune to ads, or outright blocked them.

According to an IAB report on ad blockers, 26% of respondents said they use ad blockers, with younger users more likely to browse with ad blocking extensions or software. Another digital advertising trends report by Proxima suggested that more than half of online ads aren’t seen by humans (but rather are counted as bot views), and concluded that up to 60% of digital ad marketing spend is wasted.

Of course, one of the many hyped potential applications of the crypto-blockchain tech stack is the improvement of digital advertising. According to the white paper of “global decentralized advertising exchange” Ubex, for example, the combination of blockchain, artificial intelligence and the pay per result principle could help to free the Internet from unnecessary ads, reduce the average cost of attracting customers by 50%, and eventually achieve a much higher ad conversion rate. 

With alternative models on the horizon, advertisers in search of more favorable prices may soon give preference to blockchain-based ad networks. Meanwhile, how could it be that Google and the other tech giants don’t see the writing on the wall? After all, in the past decade – from AI to augmented reality – there’s hardly been a technology that Google didn’t experiment with.
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Google indeed missed the boat on this, unless they were able to gather data from all sources: Google and non-Google.

 

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Why We Need Personal Data Management Systems

Why We Need Personal Data Management Systems | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
Zero party data often stems that service-for-information tactic, and although this may well change the face of marketing owing to its mutually beneficial nature, any privacy trade-off is still problematic.

We’ve come a long way since technologically fuelled data-hungry strategies became mainstream. As a result, the notion of privacy feels utopian. Hope, however, isn’t lost. A consumer data management platform may bring the idea into realism. 
Businesses around the globe regard data as their most valuable asset, but somehow consumers haven’t tuned into this thinking as of yet. Although optimistic that public concern for how their data is used has increased, a core problem remains that privacy and data are confusing.
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Google spin-off will collect and SELL the location data of its users | Daily

Google spin-off will collect and SELL the location data of its users | Daily | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
Using Replica, a New York based sister firm of Google, will be able to ascertain the total number of people on a road, what mode of transport they are using and what the purpose of their trip is.
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This has to stop!

 

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Can blockchain give us back our privacy?

Can blockchain give us back our privacy? | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
Fortunately, there is a third option, enabled by blockchain, the innovation underlying bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The same code that identifies each bitcoin as unique and secures the vast Bitcoin network (worth more than $85 billion) against hacking, could do the same for every person. It starts with a digital ID unique to each person, secured cryptographically with a private key pair, and comprised of multiple factors or data points. The more factors, the harder the identity is to fake or hack. Such an ID enables individuals to create and manage their own “digital black box” of private data.

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How Blockchain Can Protect Big Data and IoT Devices –

How Blockchain Can Protect Big Data and IoT Devices – | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
So how can customers retain privacy and data ownership? At the same time, how can companies incentivize consumers to volunteer data that can help improve products and services?

The answer is blockchain.

Blockchain technology offers us a way to tokenize data and cryptographically secure that data in private wallets. Cryptocurrency is programmable and can act as both a currency and a conduit for securely delivering and tracking data. Blockchain instills trust in the form of consensus. Developers can code smart contracts that check the integrity of data entered in the blockchain and actively reward providers of “good data.”

These days, almost everything is connected to the Internet. The Internet of Things (IoT) is unstoppable. Now, blockchain can offer a responsible and secure way to manage data in a way that benefits everyone.
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We Need To Set The Bar Higher On Privacy

We Need To Set The Bar Higher On Privacy | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
How we collectively decide what the rules of the game for this new data-driven economy is, I would argue, one of the most important issues facing global policymakers today.At the core of these considerations is the fundamental issue of data ownership. Who owns and controls data, for what purpose and to what end is it being employed?As a CEO of a company that made security and privacy not only a priority but a core element and value proposition of its business, I feel we have a collective responsibility to tackle this issue.Businesses should protect the data they manage, not exploit it. Every individual should own their own data. It should be yours, and yours only.
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And that's from the CEO of Blackberry.

 

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TikTok Owner Musical.ly Fined $5.7 Million Over Child Privacy

TikTok Owner Musical.ly Fined $5.7 Million Over Child Privacy | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
Whether in its former life as lip-synching app Musical.ly or its current rebrand as TikTok, the short-form video platform has always courted a youthful demographic. And in the past, its stance on obtaining user consent was, let’s say, inattentive. For both these reasons, it’s now the recipient of the largest civil penalty for violating the online privacy of children.
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Data collection abuse is epidemic. There are other models that include everyone in the value chain.

 

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People Will Trade Personal Data for Convenience and Security: Experian

People Will Trade Personal Data for Convenience and Security: Experian | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
People are more than happy to share their personal data, just as long as they’re getting something in return. 

That’s the main takeaway from Experian’s Global Identity and Fraud Report, which found that growing privacy concerns have not soured people on the overall potential of the digital experience. The vast majority (90 percent) of consumers are aware that businesses are collecting personal information, but 70 percent would still be willing to hand over more information if it would make their online interactions faster and safer.
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Consistent with other data we've found.

 

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Tim Cook's call for federal regulation of data privacy won't work

Tim Cook's call for federal regulation of data privacy won't work | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
We’re truly in the midst of a new age of privacy challenges. Digital consumers are more confused and suspicious than ever when it comes to the unconditional transfer of their personal data, and they are quickly becoming more interested in their rights under burgeoning privacy legislation sweeping the globe. The Cambridge Analytica scandal didn’t just make the tech press but unfolded on front pages the world over. And with every negative headline, consumer trust has eroded in organizations that use purchased data sets, cookies and click trails to power their marketing.
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Written by Scott McNealy.

 

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Privacy Groups Disturbed by California Governor’s Data-Dividend Plan

Privacy Groups Disturbed by California Governor’s Data-Dividend Plan | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
Advocates fear Gavin Newsom is proposing what they see as a counterproductive “pay-for-privacy” regime—and they’re wondering why the governor won’t clarify his proposal.
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The below thinking is based on looking at the existing models. There are new models emerging where a data dividend is a necessary part of the system. Like what we are doing at CYDigital 

 

"Privacy advocates say a pay-for-privacy model is in fact an insidious way for tech platforms to legitimize and entrench their data-collection practices."

 

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Cryptocurrency Exchanges And Payment Providers Announce New Products - Fin Tech - United States

Cryptocurrency Exchanges And Payment Providers Announce New Products - Fin Tech - United States | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
Ways to exchange cryptocurrency continue to grow. Bittrex, a U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchange, announced its launch of an over-the-counter (OTC) trading desk that will support the nearly 200 cryptocurrencies the exchange currently offers. According to Bittrex, the OTC desk will allow parties to transact directly, unlike exchange trading, which matches buy and sell orders through an order book. Binance, another prominent exchange, announced its new fiat-to-crypto exchange, which will be based in the island of Jersey. "Jersey Binance" will purportedly enable traders in Europe and the UK to trade Bitcoin and Ethereum against the British pound and the Euro. New reports also reflect a continued increase in the number of cryptocurrency ATMs, citing roughly 4.9 ATMs installed per day worldwide (with more installed in the United States than in any other country). Getting paid in cryptocurrency by an employer may soon become easier as well. Bitwage, a cryptocurrency payment and wage service, announced a new system that allows companies to pay salaried employees in cryptocurrency. The system includes a new crucial feature that converts a portion of funds into dollars so employers can pay withholding taxes. And one fiat-backed cryptocurrency began the new year with positive news. Cryptocurrency finance company Circle released the third audit of its fiat-backed stablecoin USD Coin. The audit, conducted by a major U.S. accounting firm, confirmed that USDC tokens do not exceed the company's fiat reserves.

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More evidence of adoption.

 

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Do We Need A New Federal Agency to Enforce Privacy Laws? –

Do We Need A New Federal Agency to Enforce Privacy Laws? – | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
The privacy framework also calls for increased transparency of algorithms used by social media giants like Facebook, search engines like Google and fintech companies, and seeks to limit government access to consumer data.

The consumer groups released the framework almost two months after the FTC testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation and asked for greater rulemaking authority to crack down on Big Tech, the authority to fine tech companies for privacy violations, and more resources to tackle privacy issues.

Given the FTC’s apparent willingness to hold tech companies accountable for misconduct, especially when involving consumer data protection, the American Enterprise Institute’s Visiting Scholar Roslyn Layton thinks a new data protection agency is unnecessary and a waste of resources.

“FTC as a federal agency offers tremendous taxpayer value — they handle literally millions and millions of consumer complaints every year,” Layton told InsideSources. “The conversation should really be about strengthening the FTC, not punishing it.”
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Agency not needed. Enforcement is needed.

 

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10 tips to keep your data private

10 tips to keep your data private | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
It’s not just keeping your data protected from corporate fat cats, either: Scammers, fraudulent sites, hackers, and spammers can slip into any crack you haven’t sealed. It sounds like a cheesy horror movie, but the reality is that data breaches are happening on bigger scales every day and if you’re going to ford the waters of the Internet you need to start wearing a life preserver. Here are 10 tips that should keep your data private in 2019.

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A B2C Marketer’s Guide on How to Improve Customer Experience in 2019

A B2C Marketer’s Guide on How to Improve Customer Experience in 2019 | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
Owing to data compromise revelations and regulations such as EU GDPR, California’s Consumer Privacy Act, etc., customers now want to have more control over the kind of data they share and how it will be used. Though marketers may initially feel the heat from diminishing access to third-party data, they will eventually embrace and leverage ‘Zero Party Data’.

Zero-Party data, according to this Wayin blog on a Forrester Report, is “data that is intentionally and proactively shared directly with you by the consumer … A type of data that is never inferred through income or device matching, nor is it merely observed through spending behaviors or cookie data.”

Some of the advantages of zero party data are:

Brands can build direct relationships based on trust with the customer
They gain access to cleaner, updated, and quality data sets
Better personalization of experiences
Ability to redirect third-party data budgets to improve customer experience
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We're waiting for zero-party data to take off.

 

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Blockchain Expert Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

Blockchain, the key technology behind Bitcoin, is a new network that helps decentralize trade, and allows for more peer-to-peer transactions. WIRE
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Crypto Security Tokens: What You Need to Know

Crypto Security Tokens: What You Need to Know | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
There are two main types of tokens: utility tokens and security tokens.

Most tokens today are utility tokens, like the Brave browser’s Basic Attention Token, for example. As the name implies, utility tokens serve a specific function and are intended to be used for that function only.

Security tokens are more like, well…securities.

A 2017 Medium post by the Argon Group describes the idea behind security tokens quite well:

“These tokens constitute an investment contract, where the main use-case, and the reason for the contributors to buy the tokens, is the anticipation of future profits in form of dividends, revenue share or (most commonly) price appreciation.
Some token offerings are also structured as a donation (i.e. Tezos), whereby those who contribute bitcoin or ether in exchange for tokens are deemed to have charitably contributed to a foundation or non-profit entity.”
Security tokens in and of themselves are creating increased interest in crypto. And even all that aside, some big players are getting ready to make big moves into cryptocurrency.
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How Personal Data Ownership Can Solve a Privacy Problem

How Personal Data Ownership Can Solve a Privacy Problem | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
It’s as if you’ve put your private papers in a box on the sidewalk. If they’re on the sidewalk, a public space, then you no longer control them. Any garbage picker can take that box and claim possession of its contents.

You can choose to put your box of personal information out on the sidewalk. You can also choose to keep it inside your house, or destroy it. This is because it’s your property.

Unfortunately, our current laws too often fail to specifically define your health data as your property. Once you interact with a health care provider, the resulting data actually becomes their property. Your insurance company, your hospital, your genetics testing agency can all claim that the data belongs to them. They can even sell it to other third parties. Most sellers claim that information that could identify you as the source of the data is scrubbed out, but you don’t know that for a fact.
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It's every bit of consumer data, not just health. It belongs to the Consumer.

 

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“Why I started a movement for the right to claim your personal data as your property” With Richie Etwaru

“Why I started a movement for the right to claim your personal data as your property” With Richie Etwaru | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
As you may know, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is a historic document that was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly at its third session in December 1948. It contains 30 basic human rights, such as the right of peaceful association and the right to own your own property. My team and I are advocating for the 31st Human Right, which asserts that your human data is your personal property. By human data, we mean any data that is created by your existence (genetic and health data) and your activities (where you live, what you buy). Because you create this data, it should be your property, and you should be able to control its use in the marketplace and be paid fairly for it.

There are profound historical socio-economic implications, and the timing is right — it’s what I like to call the Goldilocks conditions of history. The size of the human data marketplace is enormous and growing. By using blockchain technology, your data can be organized, stored, and licensed for use, just like any other intellectual property you own. Recognizing this 31st Human Right will create new streams of passive income and help close the widening wealth gap between the very rich and everyone else.
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31st Human Right!

 

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Owners won't control data vehicle generates - survey | Automotive Industry News

Owners won't control data vehicle generates - survey | Automotive Industry News | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
UK automotive executives believe the owner/driver of a connected car in future won't own the data their vehicle generates, according to KPMG's Global Automotive Executive Survey 2019.
The survey found that only 35% of UK automotive executives expect the owner/driver to have data ownership with their vehicle. However, almost half of the consumers surveyed (47%) believe that the owner/driver of the vehicle should be the sole owner of the data it generates.

Justin Benson, head of automotive at KPMG UK, said: "Personal data is a highly valuable asset to an individual and it's freely given away in exchange for the use of various services. It's the currency of the future and when vehicles become more connected and autonomous, consumers will be able to barter with their data.
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Now there's a disconnect.

 

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Paying Users for Their Data Would Exacerbate Digital Inequality –

Paying Users for Their Data Would Exacerbate Digital Inequality – | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
First, users would simply not be paid that much for their data. For example, one estimate suggests that Facebook could pay users a dozen euros a year for their personal data. But this estimate is vastly overstated because it assumes companies can pass on all revenue and ignores all their costs. A more realistic model suggests users would get just a pittance. Google and Facebook, for example, earned about €25 billion in combined profits in 2017 and have around 4.6 billion users globally. If the payments to users were equal to half their profits, each user would get a grand total of €2,7 per year. Who is ready to quit their job and live off the proceeds?

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So here's the problem with this logic: it's not the value from the social platform, but the perceived value from the Advertiser! The Advertiser puts far greater value on the data, as seen by advertising spending.

 

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Americans Willing to Share Sensitive Biometric, Location, and Medical Data for Benefits, National Survey Finds

Americans Willing to Share Sensitive Biometric, Location, and Medical Data for Benefits, National Survey Finds | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
When considering trade-offs between privacy and other benefits, most Americans would be willing to allow third parties to collect at least some sensitive personal data, according to a national survey from the Center for Data Innovation. Overall, nearly 6 in 10 respondents (58 percent) said they were willing to let a third party collect at least one type of sensitive personal data, such as biometric, location, or medical data, in exchange for a service or benefit such as an easier way to sign into an account or getting free navigational help.
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There is a definite trade-off available for Advertisers.

 

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Facebook Paid Teens In Exchange For Personal Data

Facebook Paid Teens In Exchange For Personal Data | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
TechCrunch reports that the social media firm has been secretly paying people to install a Facebook Research Virtual Private Network that allows Facebook to collect all of a user's phone and web browsing activity.

Facebook used the program to pay non-employees $20 a month for their data.
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And $20/month is low.

 

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German Regulators Just Outlawed Facebook's Whole Ad Business

German Regulators Just Outlawed Facebook's Whole Ad Business | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
The country’s antitrust regulator told Facebook it couldn't demand so much data from users simply to have an account. Experts say it’s a big deal.
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Germany steps up to protect their citizens. This is what happens when companies adopt business models that are unfair and dangerous. It does not have to be this way. 

 

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Why data, not privacy, is the real danger

Why data, not privacy, is the real danger | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
But this sort of data is so powerful that it produces results far more powerful than traditional advertising. For instance, Facebook offers the chance to pay not just for a certain audience size, but an actual business outcome, like a sale, an app download, or a newsletter subscription. Once upon a time advertisers paid a “CPM” — cost per thousand views — for a marketing campaign.That was just the chance to get in front of people. Now Facebook offers a rate based on “CPA,” or “cost per action,” a once-unimaginable metric offered because the company is so confident in its understanding of people and their preferences that Facebook can essentially guarantee a certain number of people will do certain things.

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One Of The Biggest At-Home DNA Testing Companies Is Working With The FBI

One Of The Biggest At-Home DNA Testing Companies Is Working With The FBI | The CYDigital Blog | Scoop.it
Family Tree DNA, one of the largest private genetic testing companies whose home-testing kits enable people to trace their ancestry and locate relatives, is working with the FBI and allowing agents to search its vast genealogy database in an effort to solve violent crime cases, BuzzFeed News has learned.

Federal and local law enforcement have used public genealogy databases for more than two years to solve cold cases, including the landmark capture of the suspected Golden State Killer, but the cooperation with Family Tree DNA and the FBI marks the first time a private firm has agreed to voluntarily allow law enforcement access to its database.

While the FBI does not have the ability to freely browse genetic profiles in the library, the move is sure to raise privacy concerns about law enforcement gaining the ability to look for DNA matches, or more likely, relatives linked by uploaded user data.
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