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App Audits, Data, and the Evolution of Privacy by Andrew Jeavons of Survey Analytics - Presented at the Insight Innovation eXchange North America 2013
 

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    App Audits, Data, and the Evolution of Privacy by Andrew Jeavons of Survey Analytics - Presented at the Insight Innovation eXchange North America 2013 App Audits, Data, and the Evolution of Privacy by Andrew Jeavons of Survey Analytics - Presented at the Insight Innovation eXchange North America 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • App Audits, Data and the Evolution of Privacy Andrew Jeavons CEO Survey Analytics
    • Android App Audits….
    • “Concepts of Privacy in a Post Human age.” Sebastian Sethe, Journal of Personal Cyberconsciousness” “Thus in the future, we likely be discussing privacy intrusions involving senses and types of information which we haven’t conceived of yet.”
    • More than 50% Millennials would give personal information in exchange for an incentive. 70% of same Millennials believe their personal data should be kept private. - USC Annenberg Center for Digital Future 4/2013
    • Older people more worried about their personal information on the internet becoming public. Older people tend to feel people share too much on the internet.
    • Washington Post & Pew Research Center
    • Social Media Older you are…less friends…
    • Profile Deletion Friends are more expendable…..
    • Where are you (1): Friends and Family
    • Where you are (2): Companies/Survey
    • • Dissonance: • Large number of respondents have geolocation services running • Understanding of the tech they have is limited.
    • SSN Locations Income Contact DNA