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Privacy as product differentiation. Is it time?

Scott Bradner | March 6, 2013
One of the big problems standing in the way of getting anything that remotely resembles a concern among Internet companies for the privacy rights of their customers is that there has been no business reason for any such concern. That may be changing, but don't bet big on the possibility.

Actual concern for the privacy of Internet users may possibly come at some point, but there is little evidence of any at this point.

Disclaimer: Harvard has a comparatively terse privacy statement, but I had nothing to do with creating it nor have I heard the university express any view on Internet privacy. So the above lament is mine alone.

 

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