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    The MyData Movement Has Bloomed

    The MyData Movement Has Bloomed

    The ‘MyData Movement’ came off the ground this week in Helsinki. With the conference MyData2016 we are seeing the beginning of a paradigm shift, where corporate control of personal data will begin shifting to individual data control. ‘The Person is…

    Data Ethical Personalization

    Data Ethical Personalization

    Blog. Danish companies want to offer more personalized advertising. They want a revision of a payment services act, which is fair enough, as it will ensure fair competition with global services. But it is associated with high risks, if personalization…

    GUIDE TO DIGITAL SELFDEFENSE

    GUIDE TO DIGITAL SELFDEFENSE

    Search Engines (alternatives to Google and Bing) Startpage from Holland (You get Google-results but you are anonymous, no tracking) DuckDuckGo from the US  (No personal tracking but ads based on your searches) Qwant from France (No personal tracking but ads…

    Privacy og dataetik er danske virksomheders chance

    Privacy og dataetik er danske virksomheders chance

    Do you give your customers a right to see what data you have on them? Can they ask to correct this data or have it erased? And do you tell them that you don’t sell their data to third parties?…

    Facts and thoughts on cookie and ad blocking

    Facts and thoughts on cookie and ad blocking

    I have been using cookie blockers for year. I don’t like the fact that websites exchange my data or deliver my behaviour and interests to other sites and data brokers. So, I always recommend using one of two following: Disconnect…

    Safe Harbour Ruling Is A Win For European Growth

    Safe Harbour Ruling Is A Win For European Growth

    While US companies and the US government fear the consequences of the Safe Harbour ruling of the European Court of Justice, European companies should be optimistic. In the short term the ruling can cause confusion, but in the longer run it may…

    Spotify’s Data Harvest Is Shortsighted Gambling

    Spotify’s Data Harvest Is Shortsighted Gambling

    “If you don’t agree with the terms of this Privacy Policy, then please don’t use the Service.” – Spotify Such were the words from the popular global music streaming service Spotify as it changed its privacy policy late August 2015…