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Does Amazon Go + GDPR = Amazon No-Go?

Yesterday, my colleague and commerce guru Jill Finger Gibson did a great job explaining Amazon Go, the retail behemoth’s experiment with what might be called “1-Step” grocery shopping: Walk into the store, grab what you want, and walk out. Amazon’s surveillance technologies (cameras, microphones, device identifiers, facial recognition, etc.) will (supposedly) take care of accurately… read more >

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Podcast: Four Bad Reasons to Ignore The GDPR

On this episode of the Just Clarity podcast Tim Walters and Jake DiMare unpacks four bad reasons to ignore the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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The Meaning and Impact of the General Data Protection Regulation

An Executive FAQ on the General Data Protection Regulation The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will substantially impact any company that sells to EU residents, or “monitors” the behavior of EU residents. Compliance will require significant changes in how companies collect, store, process, share, and transfer personal data. Failure to comply carries very… read more >

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Scott Liewehr talks GDPR on CMS-Connected

This month on CMS-Connected, Scott Liewehr and Tyler Pyburn discuss the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Digital Clarity Group Co-founder and Principal Analyst Tim Walters has written and spoken extensively on GDPR in recent months. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) places significant new and expanded restrictions on the collection, use, storage, sharing, and… read more >

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PODCAST: 5 Myths about the GDPR

In this episode of the Just Clarity, Digital Clarity Group’s podcast, Jake DiMare and Tim Walters unpack 5 myths about the GDPR, EU’s new general data protection regulations.

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Progress on Privacy: Business Incentives and the GDPR

The Question Last year, a journalist asked me, “Why is respecting customer data privacy sound business policy?” My answer at the time: This is a matter of increasingly intense debate. Some claim that, in principle, more data means better services/improved customer experience. They argue that since consumers ultimately (or, what amounts to the same thing,… read more >

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