Episode: What is User Privacy, and Does It Actually Exist?


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What is User Privacy, and Does It Actually Exist?
When it comes to privacy, the tech industry has pretty much walked wherever they wish. But in the wake of repeated data hacks, ethical mis-steps, and a growing call for privacy standards, many firms, like Facebook, claim to be on the bandwagon. But is this real? Or is it a way to fend off regulation? And btw, just what IS privacy, and is it the same as trust? OUR “In Case You Missed It” FAST FIVE 1. Dell Tech World Update, and a cool VMware partnership with Microsoft 2. Qualcomm and Apple Earnings Update 3. SAS Global Forum Update, and a push towards AI, Risk Mitigation, and Data Visualization 4. Juule launches a healthcare app, for vapers 5. Microsoft launches its fully managed Blockchain-as-a-Service OUR TECH BITES WINNER: Did the US just drop privacy and data theft concerns to strike a trade deal with China? We sure hope not. OUR CRYSTAL BALL PREDICTION: Will Facebook be successful in transitioning to a “privacy” business model that keeps regulators at bay? INFORMATION: This Futurum Podcast features Daniel Newman (@danielnewmanUV), Fred McClimans (@fredmcclimans) and Olivier Blanchard (@OABlanchard). If you haven't already, please subscribe to our show on iTunes or SoundCloud. For inquiries or more information on the show, email the team at podcast@futurumresearch.com or follow @FuturumPodcast on Twitter. To learn more about Futurum Research please visit www.futurumresearch.com. DISCLOSURE: Futurum Research is a research and analysis provider, not an investment advisor. The Futurum Tech Podcast (and all related written notes and materials) is a newsletter/podcast intended for entertainment and informational purposes only. Futurum Research does not provide personalized investment advice and no investment advice is offered or implied by this podcast.

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