ErnieApp Decoding Organizational DNA | Accenture

Posted Posted in Internet Economics, Privacy

Not a surprise that the industry starts looking into employment/workforce generated data as potentially triggering great value and reusability/monetization opportunities. Fortunately, the Accenture study preconizes for a successful data model relying on workforce generated data the expressed consent rule and the set up of a transparent gain participation scheme for employees. We @ErnieApp share such vision and […]

Amazon reveals how many Alexa devices have been sold: 100 million

Posted Posted in Economics, Internet Economics

Jan 7, 2019 | With Amazon revealing how many Alexa devices have been sold (100 million) by Dec 31 2018, it shows how the competition race between Amazon and Google is heating up around voice-enabled assistant devices. Indeed consumers are showing appetite for these news elegant and stylish “smart” devices but are they conscious of the […]

In-Network AdBlock Detection Technique Presented by ErnieApp @ IEEE CAMAD 2018

Posted Posted in Highlights, Internet Economics

ErnieApp has presented to the IEEE International Workshop on Computer-Aided Modeling Analysis and Design of Communication Links and Networks a novel in-network adblock detection technique based on Machine Learning. The rise of adblockers is creating lots of concerns to the online content publishing industry, as it severely affects the possibility to offer free-content to end-users […]

Apple, Amazon, Twitter to testify before Senate on data privacy

Posted Posted in Internet Economics, Mobile Ecosystem, Privacy

Congress isn’t done with Silicon Valley yet. The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation is set to hold a hearing on Sept. 26 called “Examining Safeguards for Consumer Data Privacy.” “This hearing will provide leading technology companies and internet service providers an opportunity to explain their approaches to privacy, how they plan to address […]

Election Security Concerns: Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg Testifies Before Congress

Posted Posted in Highlights, Internet Economics, Privacy

Facebook and Twitter executives plan to defend their companies in two congressional hearings, arguing they are aggressively trying to root out foreign actors who want to do the United States harm just weeks before the midterm elections. Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey will also face angry Republicans who claim the companies have shown evidence of bias […]