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60 Minutes Takes On Data Brokers

March 11, 2014 | 4 Comments

Steve Kroft’s segment on CBS’s March 9 installment of 60 Minutes, “The Data Brokers: Selling your personal information,” was a noteworthy chapter in the escalating confrontation between the data-driven marketing industry and popular press initiatives to expose the alarming aspects of our emerging surveillance society.  (Also see the Direct Marketing Association’s response.) The introduction framed… Read More

What I Meant to Say…

May 28, 2009 | 1 Comment

The Green Room was closed for renovations, so I waited in a make-shift area outside the control room of the Fox Business News studio in New York while Dave Asman went one-on-one with Monica Crowley over the latest outrages issuing from the White House. Fox Tonight had invited me, about an hour earlier, to come… Read More

The New Face of Convergence at CES

January 9, 2009 | 0 Comments

Against an ominous backdrop of half-skinned highrises and idle cranes in Las Vegas, the annual Consumer Electronics Show has been anything but idle. Innovation and disruption are here in abundance as manufacturers, start-ups, internet, software, and media companies demonstrated real velocity on the path to the promised land of any content on any screen, anytime,… Read More