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data privacy/market research
location analytics firms such as euclid and radius networks, have reached an agreement with the future of privacy forum (fpf) for a code of conduct, developed with senator charles schumer, which was signed at the end of october. It ensures that people receive notification when location tracking takes place and that they are given the information they need to opt out.
In addition, under the fpf code, companies that collect data senator schumer's interest in the issue dates back to the november 11 reports of location tracking in several u.S. Shopping malls. Originally senator schumer wanted companies to track only those consumers who opted in but he changed his stance. Now he requests that retailers give shoppers a 'clear and obvious opportunity to opt out before tracking them.'
What are your thoughts about the new code of conduct? How will it affect future private policies?
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the zintro blog team+2 Other Responses
Record procurement-litigation support services
1. Supply market landscape
- overview of supply market in the u.S. – types of suppliers, most dominant supplier segment
- list of key suppliers in the u.S.
Compliance to info protect:
1. Appropriate access controls within the solution
2. Encryption of data at rest etc.+2 Other Responses
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U.S. Hospitals vow to keep patient's health records confidential but information about patients that potentially compromises said privacy is being sold and released across the country.The director of harvard university's data privacy lab says when combined with public information this data can be used to find a person's identity.To what extent is the integrity of american privacy being compromised by the spread/breadth of public information?
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gabriela meller+5 Other Responses
Data Management Platforms
I am a principal advisor for marketing services at a procurement consulting firm. At present we have engaged with a fortune 500 cpg firm.
We are looking for experts in data management platforms (dmp) who could help us in understanding the best practices in terms of pricing models, pricing template, negotiation levers etc for sourcing dmps. We are looking at all the major markets across the globe.
Here are some specific questions:
1. What are the most popular pricing models followed by a dmp?
A. Are usage based and fixed fee based pricing models the only types of cost models followed by a dmp?
B. If, no then please mention other popular pricing models followed by a dmp
2. Under usage based pricing model, how is usage measured?
A. Is it only based on the volume of first/third party data collected/activated? Or
b. Is there a model based on cpi/cpm?
3. Pricing template or cost structure for dmp
4. What are some of the engagement best practices for a dmp?
prashanth+undefined Other Responses