Personal data is sold, bought and traded among companies all the time. But what if the companies profiting from your data had to pay you a share of that earning?
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Facebook patents an algorithm that determines social status: your class is its business.
Strava snafu exposes the risk of big data.
The economics of fashion on show at Davos and it ain’t pretty.
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As philanthropists consider their options regarding what social needs to support, or continue to support, the more successful not-for-profits use marketing to help them decide.
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