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Dr G
Service innovation, experience design, marketing operations and digital business... Telco Data Enablement Programme Director... Thoughts my own
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Dr G Apr 17
You seem to have many legitimate data protection grievances. And doesn’t seem up to the job of tackling them
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Dr G Apr 17
Replying to @PrivacyMatters
If you want to challenge others' dubious practices in the courts funding for litigation would be required... On the assumption that you an not a distant relative of Croesus
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Privacy Matters Apr 17
Facebook Custom Audience requires consent argues the Bavarian DPA. Worth a read - + see comments from FB PR agency & which I call bullshit on.
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Dr G Apr 17
Replying to @PrivacyMatters
Sounds like you need some litigation finance
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Dr G Apr 17
Every time I visit a busy public car park (in Germany) the multiple disabled parking spots are almost invariably empty… is this a simple case of poor (of space) or are their deeper motives
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Dr G Apr 17
asks Should we be regulating illegal and harmful activity online? So much for
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Dr G Apr 16
The EDPB’s Narrow View of Contractual Necessity in ...I find it strange that fraud prevention isn’t included as a valid reason. This should be challenged in the courts
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Dr G Apr 15
You are right about having a favourite ad… Specsavers have made some of the best ones recently …and I am not even in the market for spectacles
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Dr G Apr 15
Re. People Hating Ads… I sat in a meeting with an agency marketer recently who stunned those present by claiming that although the client sent up to 400 marketing messages to customers annually, they weren’t spam because customers didn’t complain *cked!
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Dr G Apr 15
Replying to @MissIG_Geek @nntaleb
I wasn’t counting :-P
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Dr G Apr 15
Replying to @MissIG_Geek @nntaleb
Touche!… Perception is easy. It is acceptance of enforced adaptation that is more difficult... Have you heard of renormalisation groups? See for more details
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Dr G Apr 15
Uncommon sense about marketing from the outspoken (and thank goodness he is)
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Dr G Apr 15
Replying to @MissIG_Geek
And you know well the definition of a fanatic :-D
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Dr G Apr 15
Replying to @MissIG_Geek
I don’t see an issue… at least not the one that you would like to
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Dr G Apr 15
Replying to @PrivacyMatters
Surely your IP address and/or various mobile device IDs constitute personal data about you, particularly as they will be linked by third-parties to you
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Dr G Apr 15
Curious what you think of Helene Mialet’s work on Hawking Incorporated The implications for 'star employees’ are obvious. But they are counter to the contemporary focus on
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Dr G Apr 15
Replying to @white_owly
You implied it. But that doesn’t, of course, mean that you intended to. Perception is reality. On Twitter more so than anywhere else
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Dr G Apr 15
Replying to @white_owly
A good employer should always be looking for ways to expand the skills, knowledge and perspective of selected employees. Training will do some of this. Innovative projects will do some too. The ‘future' is invented by rare individuals, not employees and certainly not employers
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Dr G Apr 15
Replying to @white_owly
I find it amusing that you believe that Universities even have a clue about the jobs of tomorrow, when they can't even prepare graduates for the jobs of yesterday
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Dr G Apr 15
Replying to @white_owly
Most go unprepared from Uni to real jobs. Internships are an exploitative American invention. Employers and employees together bear the burden for converting graduates into productive employees
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