This Software Will Pay You For Sharing Your Smartphone Data; Know How it Works

This Software Will Pay You For Sharing Your Smartphone Data; Know How it Works

Last Updated: December 27, 2022, 12:46 IST

Additionally, Caden will allow users a variety of options for how, when, and why their data is shared, as well as how it is shared.

Data restriction by Google and Apple can be a challenge for Caden.

Jerry Yang, a co-founder of Yahoo, is backing a new software called Caden that rewards users for sharing their smartphone data, such as what they watch or buy. Users can download their data into a personal vault with Caden’s assistance from apps and services like Amazon, Yelp, Airbnb, and more. Users who choose to share their

 
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Smartphone User Data Could Be at Risk Due to Russian Software: Report

Smartphone User Data Could Be at Risk Due to Russian Software: Report

  • Yandex uses software that lets developers create apps for devices which run on Apple and Google systems.
  • That software collects user data sent to servers in Russia, which experts say could be used to track people.
  • Yandex has faced scrutiny amid allegations of censorship following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Smartphone users could be at risk of being tracked by Russian authorities due to app software created by the country’s largest internet firm, the Financial Times reported

 
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How To Make Data Privacy Changes Work For Your Digital Marketing Strategy

How To Make Data Privacy Changes Work For Your Digital Marketing Strategy

The death of the internet cookie has been a long-talked-about inevitability. While Google said earlier this year that it will delay a plan to phase out third-party cookies on its Chrome browser until 2024, the changes will come eventually. The move, which will upend how ads are targeted on websites, has many debating about the future of digital advertising. Savvy marketers, however, are shifting their focus to first-party data and zero-party data.

I spoke with Ed Hallen, co-founder and CPO of Klaviyo – a unified customer platform that provides data-driven marketing tools for e-commerce businesses – on

 
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Data Doctors: Tips For using free voice recognition software

Data Doctors: Tips For using free voice recognition software

Today’s voice recognition technology is far from perfected, but if you’re willing to spend the time training yourself to better enunciate and learn the commands, it can be quite useful. Here are some options to consider.

Q: Are there any free voice recognition programs for my computer that are worth trying?

A: The pursuit to have computers understand human speech started in the early 1950s when Bell Labs designed a system that could only recognize digits from a single person’s voice.
Today’s voice recognition technology is far from perfected, but if you’re willing to spend the time training yourself to

 
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12 ad tech and data executives leading the cookieless evolution

12 ad tech and data executives leading the cookieless evolution

Brands need to get their data houses in order to prepare for the coming collapse of the cookie and new regulations around consumer privacy online.

There are data clean rooms and identity products meant to replace third-party cookies. If the current timeline is to be believed, Google plans to ditch cookies on Chrome at the end of 2024, marking the end of the web trackers used to target ads. There also are gaps in marketing data on mobile, after Apple cut off the ability to track consumers from an ad to a sale. Marketers have lost access to data that

 
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Remote Learning Software Tracked Kids’ Data to Sell to Brokers

Remote Learning Software Tracked Kids’ Data to Sell to Brokers

Two young girls sit at a dining room table working on their computers for remote learning during a lockdown.

Photo: Ethan Miller (Getty Images)

The kids are not alright, and tech companies know it thanks to the data they’ve been lapping up like mosquitos in a blood bank. Programs that students were using to learn from home during the worst days of the pandemic were also tracking their data and analyzing their habits, which was used to build profiles that could bombard kids with targeted ads.

An immense and detailed report released Tuesday by the nonprofit advocacy group Human Rights Watch says that in 49 countries it studied, 146 of the 164 “EdTech” products that governments

 
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