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Facebook “Unintentionally” Uploaded 1.5 Million Email Contact Lists Without Permission

It’s a slow news day but we can always rely on Facebook. Their latest news is a report that they “unintentionally” uploaded 1.5 million new members’ email contacts without permission, an accident that continued for nearly three years. Sounds like the woman in the musical Chicago whose husband died after accidentally running into her kitchen knife…ten times.

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Complete Customer View and Effectiveness Measurement Top Marketers’ Challenge List: eConsultancy

April 22, 2019

This eConsultancy study for Adobe doesn’t talk much about location data but it does find that marketers list a holistic customer view (44%) and effectiveness tracking (41%) as their top two challenges. Both require a location-to-retail connection. Anyway, we love the eConsultancy/Adobe studies, so that’s a good enough excuse to share the latest with you.

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Bolt Acquires Tipser for Seamless Checkout Everywhere

November 30, 2021

Ecommerce checkout platform Bolt has purchased Tipser, whose technology converts any “digital surface” into a purchasing opportunity.  You can almost see them drooling as they describe the ability to shop in “an online publication, a mobile marketplace, a price comparison site, a social media platform, or a search engine” using Tipser’s “turn-key publisher marketplaces, touchless merchant integrations, and headless implementation capabilities”.  Pinch me so I know I’m not dreaming.

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