In Brief: Moscow sets end-year goal for metro transport Face Pay system

Moscow’s plan to install 5,000 facial recognition cameras at metro turnstiles has set off privacy and human rights alarms that they will be used for surveillance as well as expedited payment for transport. Unfortunately, this is not a problem confined to Moscow given how many cameras are in world cities already.

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Privacera closes $50M; DataGrail closes $30M — in Series B funding

March 9, 2021

Privicera’s platform helps companies decide how to leverage data by showing who accesses their data and how it is being used. Customers can also set and enforce policies to control access or encrypt data. DataGrail, the privacy-as-a-service company, helps with compliance by integrating with more than 100 applications, including Salesforce, Adobe and Oracle, and helps customers understand requirements of complex privacy regulations. Read More – Privacera Read More – DataGrail

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Adwerx Raises $14.5 Million for Personalized B2B Ads

November 29, 2021

Adverx has just raised $14.5 million for “Customer Relationship Advertising,” which certainly sounds intriguing.  What they do is to generats personalized ads for individuals targeted by business-to-business sales teams, and then maks those ads “passively ‘follow’ each salesperson’s current clients and prospects (pulled from the CRM) as they browse the web and social media”.  Annoying and creepy and it probably works.

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