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Marketing research: the influence of privacy perception on customer loyalty
Aug27

Marketing research: the influence of privacy perception on customer loyalty

What does privacy mean in the age of robots, articifial intelligence and omnipresent algorithms? How do users percive privacy and how is it traded off against other benefits (personalization for instance)? Those are still emerging questions that a team of marketing researchers from the University of Toulouse (France) tried to answer at the 2018 EMAC conference that was helf in Glasgow. More specifically the study looked at the factors...

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Societal and ethical issues of digitization: are emotions covered by GDPR?
Jul04

Societal and ethical issues of digitization: are emotions covered by GDPR?

An academic paper by Royakkers et al. (2018) is currently available from “Ethics and information technology” magazine that offers an interesting overview of the societal and ethical issues of digitization (hence its title). Digitization issues are analyzed along 6 axis : privacy autonomy safety and security balance of power human dignity power It’s not my intention here to sum up the whole paper; I’d rather...

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Reading privacy policies of the 20 most-used mobile apps takes 6h40
May28

Reading privacy policies of the 20 most-used mobile apps takes 6h40

Our latest article on consent fatigue with regards to privacy policies prompted for some kind of follow-up. The market research insights that we used in that article were pretty old (2008) and an update was needed. That’s the purpose of today’s article. We discovered that privacy policies have greatly increased in length over the past 10 years. Mobile applications’ policies are on average 58% longer than the ones...

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