Tag: Privacy

Texting Trouble: Privacy Lessons from the Karen Read Case

I have been following the Karen Read murder trial, and it has been quite an ordeal. The trial featured some of the worst expert testimony I have ever seen, a medical examiner who refused to call the death in question “a homicide,” poor investigative technique, and even a couple of “gotcha” moments. Massachusetts State Police… Read More

Data quality depends on user consent

Why data quality depends on user consent

Deliverability Week continues, and it’s my turn to make a substantive contribution today. So, I’m pulling together some of my favorite topics: deliverability, privacy, and consent. Enjoy! Data is the lifeblood of a marketer’s world, but its true power lies in its quality. Imagine making important decisions based on inaccurate or incomplete information – that’s… Read More

Oklahoma does … something?

On January 13, 2020, the Oklahoma House received a nonsense bill. Rep. Collin Walke, ​Oklahoma E-Mail Communication Content Privacy Protection Act​, (2020). This bill is intended to “make it illegal for companies, like Google or Microsoft, that host email servers to glean information from users.” Collin Walke, ​Facebook Post​, Facebook (2020), https://www.facebook.com/Walkefor87/posts/2657786940984444 (last visited Jan… Read More