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Tales from Marketing: It’s All About the User

By Mary Ludloff

Greetings one and all! I have been on a wee blog hiatus as Terence and I are on the downhill (just one more chapter to go) part of our book and every spare minute that we’ve got has been devoted to getting it finished and preparing our new destination web site that will showcase our technology, streaming analytics, big data mashups, and be a lot of fun to boot. (Those of you at Founders Showcase might be able to guess, but the rest of you will have to wait.).

I must say that the entire experience writing the book has been illuminating—although we write about data privacy (and its cousin, data security) quite often, we tend to focus on one specific issue which invariably has been spurred on by an egregious privacy breach. The book has allowed us to stand back and consider the entire privacy landscape, how differently we (as in country, society, and worldview) define it as well as the state of privacy in the digital age. I have to say that during the course of writing this book, some of my views on “what should be done” have changed but I’ll save that for my post-book blog entry! (more…)

August 2, 2011 at 5:44 am Leave a comment


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