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Category Archives: Privacy
Happy 2018! AdTech Surveillance Edition
How would you like it if somebody was standing over your shoulder jotting down your user ID (and who knows what else) as you were logging into sites, and then sharing the information with–well, it could be anybody? Thought so. … Continue reading
Posted in Data, digital marketing, Marketing, Media, Privacy, Security Tagged adtech, Adthink, malware, OnAudience, Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy, privacy, script, security Comments Off on Happy 2018! AdTech Surveillance Edition
Next week, as you’re doing your annual IT work for parents, in-laws, aunts and uncles, take a few minutes and talk about protecting privacy and improving their cybersecurity. This Motherboard article, recommended by Bruce Schneier, is a great place to … Continue reading
Thursday, 16 November 2017 8:38 am Comments Off on Thanksgiving Project: Security and Privacy
How Many Tracking Pixels to Screw in a Light Bulb?
I turned on WordPress’s WordAds on this blog a couple of days ago. It takes a couple of days for the ad tech ecosystem to smell the fresh blood, but as of this morning, there are 66 tracking pixels firing … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, digital marketing, Marketing, Media, Privacy Tagged adtech, digital marketing, digital media, martech, pixels, technology, tracking Comments Off on How Many Tracking Pixels to Screw in a Light Bulb?
Building Blockchains of Trust
I recommend this good article on how the concept of the blockchain (the root of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin) works as a distributed database, improving trust and removing cost by eliminating the need for third parties. I can imagine using this … Continue reading
We Need Action, Not Strategy, Said No Security Expert Ever
Bruce Schneier’s recent post on Al Qaeda’s efforts to create their own encryption software had me shaking my head. They were making a very fundamental error that a lot of companies also make, even though Al Qaeda isn’t organized in … Continue reading
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