Isabella De Michelis presents ErnieApp at Data Transparency Lab 2017.
It’s a giant in online search, has also built smart speakers and a voice-activated personal assistant, and is testing a driverless car. But it’s not based in Silicon Valley – it’s Russian. Earlier this year, I climbed into a self-driving car for the first time. I was one of hundreds who had waited patiently for […]
Apple is getting serious on GDPR implementation by developers. Full article published on Compliance Junction and available here.
We at Ernieapp believe that solution resides in people’s informed decisions based on awareness and education about how these amazing free internet services platforms work. Bias is rather the result of people “key wording” searches than platform mishandling. The search engine algorithm performs better and better based on how often and how diverse are people […]
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey and Facebook chief operations officer Sheryl Sandberg will testify in an open hearing at the Senate Intelligence Committee next week, the committee’s chairman has confirmed. Larry Page, chief executive of Google parent company Alphabet, was also invited but has not confirmed his attendance, a committee spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch. Full […]
AT&T’s purchase of AppNexus has been perceived as a landmark development for the adtech sector, and widely interpreted as a precursor to a sustained assault on the duopoly’s dominance of digital ad spend. In its latest earnings call, AT&T revealed that revenue for its advertising and analytics unit, which includes the AdWorks addressable TV group, grew […]
A lot of new online services are cropping up every day, making our life a lot easier. But it is always harder for users to switch to another product or service, which they think is better because the process usually involves downloading everything from one service and then re-uploading it all again to another. Thanks […]
Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter have announced on Friday, July 20, the Data Transfer Project (DTP), an initiative to create an open-source, service-to-service data portability platform so that users of their sites and others can easily migrate data from one platform to another. After open-sourcing the code, the four tech giants hope that other platforms […]
As part of its flagship product conference Google Marketing Platform overhaul, the online advertising behemoth has unveiled Google Measurement Partners, a roster of third-party measurement partners brands can use to verify the performance of their media spend. The Google Measurement Partners program consists of a roster of 23 companies, including ComScore, Nielsen, Oracle Data Cloud […]
The UK Information Commissioner has served Facebook with notice of its intent to levy a maximum £500,000 fine to punish its failures to protect the personal data of UK users as part of the Cambridge Analytica affair. As the fine relates to happenings during 2014 and 2015, the maximum was limited by the old data […]