Privacy Protection on Search Engines & Social Media vs. Value of Data

November 16th, 2011 by Daniel Laws

USA Today recently ran an article about Facebook’s data collection methods and the issues they raise with privacy protection. Although there is very good reason for these concerns to be voiced, consumers should still be aware that not all monitoring is a bad thing, and in fact, a lot of the monitoring that marketing and business intelligence departments do often benefits consumers greatly.

Check out our latest YouTube video that we released earlier today discussing this hot topic:

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