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Staying on the Right Side of the Fence when Analyzing Human Data

Data is all around us and comes from many different sources. This data is generated by human behavior and it’s growing at an astonishing rate. Companies are collecting this data and using it in ways they could have never imagined.

This brings a sense of unease among people that their intimate information is no longer their own. Yet this data is central to companies ability to better serve customers, but it is necessary that companies find the balance and honor customers privacy. How can we strike the balance?

Join this webinar and you will learn:

About the current and future challenges in this data-rich world
How to be a good guy, and still achieve your business objectives while analyzing Human Data
About PYLON for Facebook Topic Data and how you can build insights from Facebook while protecting user privacy

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Staying on the Right Side of the Fence when Analyzing Human Data

  1. 1. Staying on the Right Side of the Fence when Analyzing Human Data
  2. 2. Susan Etlinger Industry Analyst ALTIMETER GROUP Tim Barker CEO DATASIFT
  3. 3. Data Ubiquity and the Trust Imperative What we’ll cover today 1 2 3 4 5 Principles of Ethical Data Use How Social Networks are changing to privacy-first approaches Audience vs Individual Insights Discussion / Q&A
  4. 4. 4 Susan Etlinger Industry Analyst, Altimeter Group, A Prophet Company @setlinger The Trust Imperative A Framework for Ethical Data Use
  5. 5. 5 An Origin Story (2012)
  6. 6. 6 A Tipping Point (2013) “Paging through the catalog, we realized to our dismay that whoever had sent us this thing knew us. They’d nailed our demographic precisely. They even knew what kind of convertible car seat we’d want! Who were these people, or should I say, machines?!?” − Alexis Madrigal
  7. 7. 7 “ “Legislation can’t keep up with technology, which makes it a flawed vehicle to govern what happens in this space.” − Judy Selby, Partner, Information Governance BakerHostetler
  8. 8. 8 1. Data Collection Has Become More Ambient—and Intimate 2. Consumers Don’t Control Their Personal Information 3. Consumers Report Distrust of Data Use 4. Trust is a Major Concern for CEOs 5. Distrust Has Quantifiable Impact on Business Performance Trust is a brand issue
  9. 9. 9 Consumers do not trust data use
  10. 10. 10 They feel “resigned” “Most Americans disclose their personal data to companies for discounts because they believe that marketers will harvest the data anyway.” Joseph Turow, Ph.D., Michael Hennessy, Ph.D., Nora Draper, Ph.D., “The Tradeoff Fallacy: How Marketers are Misrepresenting American Consumers and Opening them Up to Exploitation,” University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School of Journalism, June 1, 2015.
  11. 11. 11 Lack of trust has clear consequences
  12. 12. 12 “ “Just complying with the law is not going to be nearly enough to make consumers comfortable.” − Jennifer Glasgow, Chief Privacy Officer, Acxiom
  13. 13. 13 Principles of Ethical Data Use* * Developed by the Information Accountability Foundation (IAF) Beneficial • Does our use of data benefit consumers as much as it benefits us? Progressive • Do we have a culture of continuous improvement and data minimization? Sustainable • Are the insights we identify with data sustainable over time? Respectful • Have we been clear, transparent and inclusive? Fair • Have we thought through the potential impacts of our data use on all interested parties?
  14. 14. 14 “Before conducting any type of new analysis, we ask ourselves whether it will bring benefit to customers in addition to the company. If it doesn’t, we won’t do it.” Joshua Kanter, Senior Vice President, Revenue Acceleration, Caesars Entertainment Benefit in Action
  15. 15. 15 “Organizations should not create the risks associated with big data analytics if there are other processes that will accomplish the same objectives with fewer risks.” − Information Accountability Foundation Progressiveness in Action
  16. 16. 16 Senate Bill 576, “GPS Data Privacy for Mobile Devices,” (California) “[R]equires that consumers get a clear notice explaining how their location information will be used and shared when they install a new app.” It also ensures that app users give express consent before their geolocation data can be collected and shared.” Legislating Progressiveness
  17. 17. 17 Sustainability in Action
  18. 18. 18 Respect in Action
  19. 19. 19 Fairness in Action
  20. 20. 20 A Framework for Ethical Data Use
  21. 21. 21 The Sunshine Test What would happen if all the details of what you are doing were out in the open, in the light of day? Photo: Madalena Pestana, CC 2.0
  22. 22. 22 “ “By knowing where the borders are, you can innovate more around them.” − Stefaan Verhulst Co-Founder and Chief Research and Development Officer The Governance Lab (NYU)
  23. 23. How Social Networks are adopting privacy-first approaches Tim Barker CEO DATASIFT.COM #DSWebinar
  24. 24. April ’15 Topic data provides anonymized and aggregate insights into content and audiences on Facebook. Nov ’15 Instagram introduces platform policy change to restrict data access to approved applications. Trust is the currency of social networks. May ’15 Linkedin limits API access to select, approved partners. API Changes in last 12 months to protect consumer data from misuse. #DSWebinar
  25. 25. 25 It’s messy Separate Signal from Noise It’s text-based Unlock meaning from text Challenges in Extracting Insights It contains personal data Extracting insights while protecting consumer privacy Insights drive marketing investments in Social Networks. But it’s a Big Data challenge. Insights drive more marketing spend on social networks. Insights drive marketing spend on Networks #DSWebinar
  26. 26. 26 Enables an ecosystem of product-builders. See for complete list. Application Builders Agencies We help networks build an insights-driven ecosystem Filter Signal:Noise Understand Meaning Explore Insights DataSift partners with Social Networks to help them build an insights-driven ecosystem Insights drive marketing spend on Networks Transform raw feeds of activity data into insights into content, engagement and audiences. DataSift technology builds insights, protects identity DataSift helps Social Networks build an insights-driven ecosystem Helps developers build compliant, compelling insights. #DSWebinar
  27. 27. 27 DataSift platform connects to the real-time feed of Posts, Comments, Likes. Facebook Topic Data: Privacy-First Approach to Insights Surface Insights from activity across Facebook Built from posts, comments, likes Aggregate and anonymized results #DSWebinar
  28. 28. 28 Anonymized and Aggregate approach.Analysis that spans all of the available data. Multi-Dimensional data analysis Net-Positive for Consumers + Businesses “Bigger Data” for Bigger Insights Why a Privacy-First Approach Wins “Better Data” for Audience Insights #DSWebinar
  29. 29. “Bigger Data” for Bigger Insights Comparison of volumes of engagement relating to an automotive brand across 7-day period. FACEBOOK PAGES ~1,000 Posts and Engagement on your own Facebook Pages TOPIC DATA ~70,000 Brand-related Posts and Engagement across all of Facebook #DSWebinar
  30. 30. “Better Data” for Consumer Insights Create Insights from Multi-Dimensional. 30 Gender: Male Age Range: 35-44 Region: California, USA CONTEN T Negative Positive DEMOGRAPHICS SENTIMENT Automatic classification of related topics e.g. Star Wars VII (Film) TOPIC ANALYSIS CONTEN T LINKS Analyze URLs shared across Facebook Engagement and Demographics around Likes, Comments and Shares ENGAGEMENT Can’t wait to take the kids to watch Star Wars VII CONTEN T Privacy-safe aggregate analysis of text TEXT ANALYSIS #DSWebinar
  31. 31. Advertising Agency for a Drink Brand 31 Advertising Agency wanted to understand… How women engaged with their client’s beverage brand and with hot drinks. Deeper understand of the media consumption / magazine stories which most engaged their target consumers #DSWebinar
  32. 32. Identify the publications, stories & celebrities which drove most engagement amongst the target audience segment Recommended Actions ๏ Look at featuring different drinks when advertising in different markets and to different demographic groups ๏ Use story insight for media placement as well as for identifying potential influencers 1st 2nd 3rd LATTE HOT CHOCOLATE ESPRESSO HOT CHOCOLATE LATTE CAPPUCINO CAPPUCINO LATTE ESPRESSO USA UK GERMANY Under 35s, as a % of brand’s total engagement 47% Client Brand Competitor A Competitor B 31% 58% Celebrity stories driving most engagement There are big variations in preferences for hot drinks across nations and demographic groups The brand found that they suffered with the lowest relative engagement amongst millennials Insights into Content and Audiences JENNIFER LAWRENCE SHARON STONE TAYLOR SWIFT KYLIE JENNER JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE #DSWebinar
  33. 33. 33 + WinLose Zero-Sum Game Positive-Sum Game WinWin + - Data is anonymized to protect identity. - Deeper audience-level insights possible by using demographics / interest-graph data added by social networks. - Insights built on a foundation of data privacy and trust. - To evolve from audience-level analysis to individuals, use a social- network opt-in to allow customers to control data they want to share. Privacy does not have to be a zero-sum game - For business to win, consumers have to lose. #DSWebinar
  34. 34. Q&A