Archive for November, 2011

PII 2011: Owning Online Identity: Consumer-Managed Data

Fatemeh Khatibloo, Forrester Research moderates panel with Jason Cavnar, Singly, Todd Cullen, Acxiom, Shane Green, Personal, and Mary Hodder, Personal Data Ecosystem Consortium. Fatemeh: why do consumers care? Jason: consumers have a sense of things being out of control. Todd: clients desperately looking for meaningful way to interact with consumers. On supply side, it’s new […]

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PII 2011: Personal Identity Management

Forrester analyst Fatemeh Khatibloo asked if people had made available their report Making Leaders Successful Every Day. Report is available from Personal. She talks about car buying process as an example: start with personal RFP-type offer, receive offers that are customized to our concerns. Our interactions with dealers lead to purchase of a car. (Related: […]

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PII 2011: Startup Spotlight: Disconnect

Brian Kennish and Casey Oppenheim of Disconnect on this session. They’re a privacy start-up making simple tools to help manage data. Brian worked at DoubleClick, Google. Casey worked as (criminal?) investigator in Manhattan, lawyer about privacy. History of company: article on Facebook leaking vast private data store. Created a browser plug-in expecting small group, ended […]

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PII 2011: Making Privacy Portable

Larry Downes moderating panel with Chris Babel, TRUSTe, Jim Brock, PrivacyChoice, and Chris Kelly, Kelly Investments. Jim: PrivacyChoice’s mission is to make privacy easier: managing online, templates, partners & their APIs. We’re bootstrapped right now. Chris B: TRUSTe: privacy services have evolved into advertising, mobile and cloud spaces. Was non-profit but 2.5 years ago we […]

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