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Cool, Creepy or Dangerous? 5 Key Lessons from the IAPP ANZ Summit

Privacy and the “creepy line” were hot topics of discussion last week at the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) ANZ Summit  held in Sydney. We’re all familiar with the creepy factor online at this point; we’ve all searched for a pair of shoes or a piece of furniture only to be stalked around the Internet for the next few days with banners for those items showing up on website after website. So, where exactly is the line between creepy and acceptable, and how can modern marketers ensure that their digital customers feel safe?

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Privacy and Trust Risks of the Digital Economy: Global Survey Results Revealed

“Can we ensure the security of personal data, while still making it possible for people to share information about themselves as they see fit? “

“How can organizations assure customers and citizens that their personal data will remain private and build trust?”

“Do we have privacy and consent tools that are ready to deal with the massive scale of the digital era?  

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Open Banking Will Change More Than Banking - A Guest Perspective

Editor’s Note: We’re excited to have David G.W Birch contributing to the blog on the state of play with Open Banking and PSD2. David is an internationally-recognised thought leader in digital identity and digital money.