Publications

IAPP Releases "US State Comprehensive Privacy Law Comparison." Why this is relevant to The Identity Nexus

IAPP Releases “US State Comprehensive Privacy Law Comparison.” Why this is relevant to The Identity Nexus

I've been spending a lot of time thinking about and drilling into the nature of personal information. I've been thinking ...
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There is “unity” in humanity — introducing Humanity Power

There is “unity” in humanity — introducing Humanity Power

It has been quite some time since I’ve been inspired to write. This is my first Medium story. What finally ...
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My Data 2019: Finding Fractals in our Data

My Data 2019: Finding Fractals in our Data

I'm getting excited. I'll be speaking at the MyData 2019 Conference in two sessions: A two-part workshop on mapping the ...
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/ MyData2019, Speaking & Events
CNBC Interview with Roger McNamee: Consumers are getting a terrible deal in exchange for their personal data

CNBC Interview with Roger McNamee: Consumers are getting a terrible deal in exchange for their personal data

CNBC, on June 3, 2019, interviewed Roger McNamee, co-founder of Elevation Partners and early Facebook investor, on the topic of ...
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A Year of GDPR: Looking Back & To The Future

A Year of GDPR: Looking Back & To The Future

This article was published by American Marketer (free) and Luxury Daily (paywall) on May 29, 2019. A year ago Saturday, ...
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/ Articles, GDPR, Regulation
Looking back on a year of GDPR - Summary

Looking back on a year of GDPR – Summary

The following GDPR insights from Michael Becker, along with those from eleven other industry leaders, were reproduced by the Mobile ...
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KINSA Bluetooth Thermometer

Creating Value from Personal Data: How Body Temperature is Driving Targeted Advertising

Kinsa is the maker of smart thermometers. The Kinsa Bluetooth enabled smart thermometers don't just measure a person's temperature they ...
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Failed Scoring: Facial Recognition, Potential for False Positives, & Importance of Design

Failed Scoring: Facial Recognition, Potential for False Positives, & Importance of Design

Last week I wrote a piece on the practice of derived inference, aka scoring; that is, the practice of using ...
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