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Privacy/Online Commerce

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The Internet is connecting advertisers and marketers to customers from Boston to Bali with text, interactive graphics, video and audio. If you're thinking about advertising on the Internet, remember that many of the same rules that apply to other forms of advertising apply to electronic marketing. These rules and guidelines protect businesses and consumers - and help maintain the credibility of the Internet as an advertising medium. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has prepared this guide to give you an overview of some of the laws it enforces. The Federal Trade Commission Act allows the FTC to act in the interest of all ...
is the process whereby consumers directly buy goods or services from a seller in real-time, without an intermediary service, over the Internet . If an intermediary service is present the process is called electronic commerce . An online shop, eshop, e-store, internet shop, webshop, webstore , online store, or virtual store evokes the physical analogy of buying products or services at a bricks-and-mortar retailer or in a shopping mall . The process is called Business-to-Consumer (B2C) online shopping. When a business buys from another business it is called Business-to-Business (B2B) online shopping. Both B2C and B2B online ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Online Privacy from a Different Angle | Blogs | ITBusinessEdge.com
But what if, instead of finding ways to protect customer information, a company wants to help customers be more aware of what they're sharing?   Bynamite is banking on the idea taking off.   The San Francisco-based startup 's co-founders, Ginsu Yoon and Ian Wilkes, formerly business and engineering managers at Second Life, told The New York Times : It’s not about privacy protection but about giving users control over this valuable resource — their information. And as Carnegie Mellon University's  Alessandro Acquisti explained in the story, every search request, every Facebook post, is a transaction in ... market research, surveys and trends
You Want My Personal Data? Reward Me for It - Readaloo
Ian Wilkes, left, and Ginsu Yoon are the founders of Bynamite, which is testing software that monitors what ad networks and Web sites collect and assume to know about a user. LIFE, as they say, imitates art. And the way things work commercially today across much of the Web recalls that chapter in “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” where Tom cajoles his guileless friends into whitewashing Aunt Polly’s fence. They supply the labor, but he gets the reward. On the Internet, users supply the raw material that helps generate billions of dollars a year in online advertising revenue. Search requests, individual profiles on social ... market research, surveys and trends

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WDVL: Electronic Commerce
is the buying and selling of goods and services or the transfer of money over the Internet or an Intranet. This can involve stores or banking activities. Standards have been established to make the process easier and more secure. E-commerce is the main reason a large number of Web sites exist on the Web. It has opened a whole new world for retailers, wholesalers, and other types of marketers. Those vendors range from the big guys (i.e., K-Mart, Walmart) to the smaller, lesser-known ones (i.e., individuals). In some cases, it has even made a few people very wealthy. But, for the most part, it has become ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Poll Finds Public Concern Over Online Privacy - Tech Daily Dose ...
A new poll shows that a large majority of consumers are concerned about being tracked on the Internet and favor a proposal from privacy groups to create a "do not track list." The survey, commissioned by the tech and telecom industry research group Precursor LLC, found that 81 percent of those polled said they were "somewhat" or "very" concerned about companies tracking their Web surfing habits and using that information for advertising, while 88 percent said it is "unfair" for companies to do such tracking without an Internet user's permission. The survey, conducted by Zogby ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
RELATED NEWS
US House Panel To Consider Privacy Legislation
WASHINGTON -(Dow Jones)- A U.S. House panel will consider online privacy legislation on Thursday, aimed at limiting the collection and use of consumer data. A panel of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce will examine draft legislation proposed by Rep. Bobby Rush (D., Ill.) and Reps. Rick Boucher (D., Va.) and Cliff Stearns (R., Fl.) that would require companies to give notice to, and gain consent from, consumers before collecting or disclosing private information. Consumer groups and privacy advocates have pushed for a comprehensive privacy law that would limit online companies' ability to target ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Hon. Gary Locke, US Secretary of Commerce, to Keynote at Online Trust ...
(OTA) today announced US Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke joins the slate of speakers including Howard Schmidt, White House Cyber Security Coordinator, (invited), Vance Hitch, CIO of the Department of Justice, Michael Barrett, CISO of PayPal and Randall Rothenberg, President of the Interactive Advertising Bureau. Secretary Locke will share the Department of Commerce's view on the importance of online trust and confidence and how they are the keystones of the global economy. "Online trust and consumer confidence is critical to the long term vitality of ecommerce. It is incumbent on the public and private ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

The Effect of Online Privacy Information on Purchasing Behavior ...
Concerns and Online Purchase Behavior. Journal of Electronic Commerce Research, vol. 5, n. 1, pp. 62-70, 2004. Brunk, B. D. 2002. Understanding the privacy ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Release of Online Privacy Report - 5/22/00
Self-regulation alone has not adequately protected consumer online privacy, and as a result, legislation is now needed to supplement self-regulatory efforts and guarantee basic consumer protections, according to Privacy Online: Fair Information Practices in the Electronic Marketplace, a Federal Trade Commission report to Congress issued today. In the report, the third in a series of Commission reports on the effectiveness of self-regulation in protecting consumer privacy on the Internet, the Commission concludes that while self-regulatory efforts have achieved some real progress, the lack of broad-based implementation of such ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
E-Commerce Best Practices: Online Privacy
E-Commerce Best Practices: Online Privacy. (Ten Keys To Latin American Data Privacy). By Luis Salazar*. Back in 1965, Frank Tannenbauem wrote a short but ...
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What's the best in B2C online marketing automation (e-commerce ...
The GEO Targeting for SEO purposes allows E-commerce portals to specifically target consumers in a particular geographical domain. The concept of Geo-targeting for SEO is picking up as it allows online businesses to reach out to a target market in a specific geographical location. The more targeted your market is the more effective your internet marketing will be. Knowing your target audience is imperative for successful marketing and this is exactly where geo-targeting SEO comes in. In the simplest of terms geo-targeting refers to targeting a specific geographical area. This area could be in the form of a country, province, ...
WikiAnswers - What are limitations of e-commerce marketing
•These issues are especially important in the B2C area, and security concerns are not truly so serious from a technical standpoint Privacy measures are constantly improving too •Yet, the customers perceive these issues as very important and therefore the EC industry has a very long and difficult task of convincing customers that online transactions and privacy are, in fact, fairly secure - Lack of trust and user resistance •Customers do not trust an unknown faceless seller, paperless transactions, and electronic money •So switching from a physical to a virtual store may be difficult First answer by ID3576304957 . Last edit by