For some time now I've been saying to corporate audiences in my keynotes that in under 5 years we will not be reading ads - robots will. As promised, in one 8-minute take I put forward my [...]
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Facebook continues their PR blitz to recover from the dramatic fallout from the Cambridge Analytics revelations from a few weeks ago. Facebook COO Cheryl Sandberg hinted that Facebook may have a [...]
Facebook is providing GDPR privacy controls to all – could start a seismic shift in consumer data control
With the news that Facebook plans to offer GDPR compliant privacy tools for all users, regardless of their location, this puts on notice all organisations to rethink their GDPR plans to offer the [...]
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Imagine a service so good you’d actually pay for it! They already exist but we are happy to use free services without (perhaps until now) thinking about how they are financed by the trading of [...]
On Sunday I was leafing through the UK national newspapers (on my iPad naturally via PressReader as I haven't touched a paper version of a newspaper in 8 years) and I spotted something quite [...]
Professional speaker Andrew Grill looks at the difference between YouTube and Vimeo, and in a timely case study, the difference between free and paid-for services.
Recently Facebook has tried to rebalance the network from being a heavily advertising focused platform (with some social networking thrown in) to something closer to what the network was designed [...]
What is a fair value exchange for your personal data? £10, £100, a John Lewis Voucher, a free meal, free WiFi or something else. Ordinary consumers with no real grasp of the “backstage” [...]