Tribeca Case-Study: 50X more users with Rownd!

The Tribeca film festival brings over 150,000 festival attendees to NYC for its week-long event. 2-3 times more will visit their website, buy virtual tickets, and engage with their properties. The festival is a part of the social and cultural fabric of New York and is regarded as one of the premier film festivals in the world.

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Amazon Mishandling Customer Data

ticle recently surfaced about Amazon mishandling customer data back in 2018. The article states that, “according to internal documents from the Center for Investigative Reporting and WIRED, Amazon’s vast empire of customer data—its metastasizing record of what you search for, what you buy, what shows you watch, what pills you take, what you say to Alexa, and who’s at your front door—had become so sprawling, fragmented, and promiscuously handled within the company that the security division couldn’t even map all of it, much less adequately defend its borders.”

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Web3? What’s That?

A hot topic of discussion is the evolution of the internet as we know it. Web3 is all the rage and some very wealthy individuals are putting a lot of financial eggs in the Web3 basket. So why should you care and what do you need to know?

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Revocable Consent

Revocable consent is the right for a user to revoke access to a piece of personal information at any time. We run into it time and time again where websites and companies aren’t actually allowing us to rescind our data when we feel like it. There is always some sort of “30 day” clause or fine print that we happen to miss when we accept the terms and conditions.

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What are Pixel Tags?

There seems to be so many unknowns today as we browse the internet. A large majority of consumers open their device, navigate to a site, complete a transaction and resume their day as usual without giving any thought to the processes behind their browsing session. Then individuals open Facebook a few hours later to see an advertisement for the winter boots they just purchased in their Google Chrome web browser. How is that possible? Let’s talk about it.

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