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Category Archives: Security
Facebook recently said that most of the 2 billion people on their platform had their personal data scraped. The reason, aside from Facebook’s appallingly sloppy controls over access to data, is defaults. Yesterday, Mark Zuckerberg admitted that most people kept … Continue reading
Posted in Behavioral economics, Data, digital marketing, Security Tagged data, Facebook, GDPR, Mark Zuckerberg, security Comments Off on Default Power
Another day, another case of IoT security lapses. When buying digital media, you should always ask “how many humans are viewing my ads, and how can you prove it to me?” This article from Threatpost describes the extreme lack of … Continue reading
Tuesday, 13 March 2018 1:57 pm Comments Off on Who’s Viewing Your Ads? Maybe Your IoT Security Camera.
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
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