Episode 15: Accenture, Adobe, and GDPR Lawsuits

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In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat we take a look at what turned out to be a very newsworthy week.  We discuss Accenture Interactive getting into programmatic buying and why is this a conflict of interest.  In addition, Adobe acquired Magento Commerce to enhance their Experience Cloud and we look at what that means for their customers.   Finally, Google and Facebook were hit with the first lawsuits after GDPR week began.  All of this and more in this week’s episode.  Thanks for listening!

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Episode 6: Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, and the Path Forward

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Facebook had yet another PR nightmare this past week involving Cambridge Analytica and the data of roughly 50 million Facebook users.  In this week’s episode of Analytics Neat, we explore what happened, what this means for Facebook, and what we can expect going forward in the marketplace.  Walled gardens and trust don’t necessarily go hand-in-hand, but what will that translate into for Facebook as they try to move past this?  Find out all of this and more in this week’s episode.  Thanks for listening!

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Episode 2: Unilever, Facebook, and the Wild West of Digital

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Thank you to everyone who downloaded and listened to Episode 1.  Episode 2 of the Analytics Neat Podcast explores Unilever’s threats to pull advertising from Facebook and Google citing content concerns and the “fake news” epidemic being widely discussed in the US.

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