Jon Lund

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Why (almost) everything reported about the Cambridge Analytica Facebook ‘hacking’ controversy is wrong

<b>**NOTE** I added a follow up piece to clarify some of my positions and address some common criticisms I saw,</b> <b>you can find it here</b><b>.</b><p>If you follow the</i> …

Mea culpa: Vi er alle skyldige i Facebooks datasynder

Imens et hylende kor af opportunistiske ådselsædere er i gang med at fortære Mark Zuckerbergs indvolde, er det måske på tide at stoppe op et sekund …

The Cambridge Analytica scandal: an elitist delusion

Voters didn't need a 'mindfucking machine' to reject Washington and Brussels.

Amazon Prime credit card now offers 5 percent back at Whole Foods

Amazon is rewarding some of its most loyal Prime customers with a new perk.<p>Starting Tuesday, Prime member will get 5 percent back at Whole Foods when using their Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature credit cards. The card's 5 percent benefit was already available at Amazon.com.<p>The new benefit is the …

eCommerce

High-end gym chain Orangetheory cut its cost per lead in half using artificial intelligence

More companies are turning to artificial intelligence to make their media buying more effective and efficient.<p>Since high-end gym Orangetheory …

Inside the Two Years That Shook Facebook—and the World

One day in late February of 2016, Mark Zuckerberg sent a memo to all of Facebook’s employees to address some troubling behavior in the ranks. His …

Journalism

Intel is making smart glasses that actually look good

Exclusive first look at Vaunt, which uses retinal projection to put a display in your eyeball<p>The most important parts of Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses are the pieces that were left out.<p>There is no camera to creep people out, no button to push, no gesture area to swipe, no glowing LCD screen, no …

Medlemmerne spørger om lovligheden af remarketing på Facebook og Google?

Dit brugernavn er den virksomheds e-mail adresse, som du brugte da du oprettede din profil på mitFDIH.<p>Har du brug for hjælp, er du velkommen til at …

Article | GDPR Consent or legitimate interest? Email marketers need both

There’s a lot of debate and confusion around consent and legitimate interest, around GDPR and PECR/ePrivacy.<p>Currently, with PECR, we see opt-out and …

Getting GDPR consent & opt-in

Email marketing list growth is getting harder with GDPR consent and forthcoming ePrivacy regulation. But all is not lost, research points the way to …

GDPR: 10 examples of best practice UX for obtaining marketing consent

<b>With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) due to come into force in May 2018, there are already lots of resources out there to help guide</b> …

Falcon Heavy: Elon Musk's giant SpaceX rocket makes triumphant launch

The world’s most powerful new space rocket blasted into the heavens above Florida’s east coast on Tuesday afternoon on a trailblazing deep-space mission that Elon Musk, founder of the private aerospace company SpaceX, believes could spell “game over” for his commercial spaceflight rivals.<p>The Falcon …

Falcon Heavy

Inside Amazon’s surveillance-powered no-checkout convenience store

By now many have heard of Amazon’s most audacious attempt to shake up the retail world, the cashless, cashierless Go store. Walk in, grab what you want, and walk out. I got a chance to do just that recently, as well as pick the brain of one of its chief architects. (The store, in downtown Seattle, …

Hawaii’s missile alert interface had a one-word difference between sending a test alert and a real one

After the false missile alert in Hawaii on Saturday morning, a new image from government officials reveals how confusing the alert system is. Instead of pressing a button, operators of the alert system have to select a link on a list of choices with obscure names like “1. Test Message.” The option …

Amazon patent describes mirror for trying on virtual clothes

Amazon's next move in the fashion world could be a mirror that shows how outfits will look on you without you having to actually put them on. <i>GeekWir</i>e reports that the company has been granted a patent describing just that sort of technology. Using mirrors, screens, displays, projectors and cameras, …

Analyst predicts Amazon to acquire Target later this year

Amazon has long ceased to be an online-only company. Over the past couple of years, it has aggressively expanded onto Main Street, most notably acquiring Whole Foods in 2017 for $13.7 billion. It also operates a chain of brick-and-mortar book stores, which can be found in several US cities.<p>But …

Pro-Neutrality, Anti-Title II

<i>Note: This post was previously titled “Why Ajit Pai is Right.” I have changed it to reflect my interest in a substantive debate, not flame-throwing.</i> …

Net Neutrality

Your Strategy Should Be a Hypothesis You Constantly Adjust

The widely accepted view that strategy and execution are separable activities sets companies up for failure in a fast-paced world.<p>One of us (Paul) is a strategy scholar and economist; the other (Amy) studies organizational behavior and operations management. We came together to consider why …

Amazon to launch pop-up stores in specific Whole Foods markets

The company will also have Alexa and Kindle products in roughly 100 Whole Foods markets across the country.

Google’s AI Wizard Unveils a New Twist on Neural Networks

If you want to blame someone for the hoopla around artificial intelligence, 69-year-old Google researcher Geoff Hinton is a good candidate.<p>The droll …

Doktor Watson i modvind: Foreslog livsfarlig medicin til danske patienter

Flere kræftlæger mener, at IBM's kognitive intelligens Watson Oncology er alt for umoden. Dansk forsøg på Rigshospitalet blev stoppet efter massiv …

LIBE votes to push Lauristin's ePrivacy Regulation forward

Members of the European Parliament’s civil liberties committee handed privacy and data protection advocates a big win Thursday when they put …

Why Smartphones Will Become Extinct by 2025 | Inc.com

The world is changing, and it's all about your voice.<p>In my house, there are voicebots everywhere. In the kitchen, I use the Google Home speaker to ask about recipes and the weather. In my office, there's an Amazon Echo connected to a high-end stereo, so I can control my music collection by voice. …

Apps

Target Links Google Voice Search With Express Delivery Nationwide

Target announced Thursday it would extend its partnership to expand on the Google Express program and voice-activated shopping through Google …

How Facebook plans to get 1 billion people into virtual reality, according to the VP tasked with doing it

Despite tepid interest from consumers so far, Facebook still believes it can turn virtual reality into the next big thing.<p>"We want to get a billion people in virtual reality," CEO Mark Zuckerberg said onstage at the company's annual Oculus VR conference for developers this week in California.<p>The …

Facebook rolls out new juicy food delivery options in the US

Facebook today announced it’s rolling out its Order Food option to all users. The site is partnering with food delivery services to allow users to order food directly from a restaurant’s Page.<p>To order food, visit the page of a participating restaurant and hit the “Start Order” button. You’ll be …

The world's largest advertiser slashed spending on 'crappy' digital ads by over $100 million — and still saw sales increase

"We cut more than $100 million in wasteful spending starting last March because we couldn't be assured ads would not appear next to bad content like a terrorist video," Marc Pritchard, P&G's chief brand officer, said at the Association of National Advertisers' Masters of Marketing Conference on …