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SachinEE
SachinEE
2/27/2014 | 5:09:43 AM
Euronews: Consumers Freak Out Over Data Security
@pdonegan67: True. A lot of media indulgence depends upon the public statements made by the company. Although false statements shouldn't be made, still is made, to protect the company itself. The commerce related to the company depends solely on informatics and communications. If one of the two balls drop, then the company would move to a halt.
SachinEE
SachinEE
2/27/2014 | 5:08:35 AM
Re Euronews: Consumers Freak Out Over Data Security
The use of personal information by companies and the data charts they show have always been shaky. What they claim to use, they use at least 11 times more. Given that, there should be some ethics bounded with the information the companies receive. From the early leaks by Snowden to recent development by the same, people should get increasingly wary of their network/service providers. Even the third party developers who provide security apps cannot be fully trusted.
smkinoshita
smkinoshita
2/21/2014 | 12:04:21 PM
Re: Big drop for mobile ops
Europeans have a very diffirenet culture when it comes to privacy, and the European Union can make life difficult for anyone involved with technology.  Sometimes their motions make sense, sometimes they're not feasible from a logistics standpoint, but the consumers usually come before organizations.

It (consumer confidence) will be definitely something to keep an eye on as it develops as it could have some serious reprocussions.  
mendyk
mendyk
2/21/2014 | 12:03:04 PM
Re: Big drop for mobile ops
Given all the bad stuff that's been coming out about data abuse, do you think it's also appropriate to ask the question, Big Data, anyone?
pdonegan67
pdonegan67
2/21/2014 | 11:50:20 AM
Well, what have you got to say for yourself?
Following Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom and BT, this move makes Orange the latest major European carrier to go public with strong messaging around the security of customer information for their consumers.

If you are a European carrier you almost certainly compete with at least one of these four powerful giants in your local market or at a pan-European level.

So never mind asking why your company hasn't yet said anything on information security post Snowden revelations. Forget that.

Just focus on two questions. What attention-grabbing public statements is your company going to make about this? And when?

Because as credible options go, keeping a respectful (or is that conspiratorial?) silence  really is off the table now.
Ray@LR
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2/21/2014 | 10:23:19 AM
Big drop for mobile ops
That's a hefty fall in confidence in mobile operators -- mobile banking anyone?


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