Monthly Archives: June 2012

Do not Track: Are We Missing the Era of Personalized Privacy?

Ad Age’s article on MS’s decision to have Do Not Track (DNT) the default option for IE 10 details the uproar over online advertising’s future. I’ll leave that debate for others. I’m going to talk about the approach to privacy […]

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Dave Thackeray Interview on Listening and Business Strategy

Britain’s Dave Thackeray – a descendent of 19th century novelist and satirist William Makepeace Thackeray, interviewed me over Skype for his blog. He’s an expert on digital marketing, content and sharing. Here’s the interview:


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Social Media Listening and Privacy

I’m presenting┬ámy study on listening and privacy to ARF’s Social Media Forum on June 25 at 2:30pm. Registration is free to ARF members, who can register at MyARF.
The talk is part of a program on Debunking the Obstacles to Using […]

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