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business perspective on database marketing and consumer privacy practices

George R. Milne

business perspective on database marketing and consumer privacy practices

by George R. Milne

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Published by Marketing Science Institute in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGeorge R. Milne, María-Eugenia Boza.
SeriesWorking paper -- no.98-110
ContributionsBoza, María-Eugenia., Marketing Science Institute.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17579254M

Studies, Graduate School of Business, University of Florida. IThe authors thank Pamela DeBooth, a JD/MBA candidate at the Uni- versity of Florida, for her able research assistance.   A privacy officer considered a peer to the chief marketing officer, chief information officer, and general counsel is more likely to be able to effectively carry out those responsibilities, which may include weighing the trade-offs between business needs (e.g., targeted promotional campaigns based on personal data) and technology precautions.

  In three complementary studies, we capture two beneficial practices from the firms’ current privacy policies: transparency and control. These two elements effectively reduce all four types of customer vulnerability, they benefit firm performance, and they may prove to be the antidote to the myriad tensions surrounding customer data privacy.   The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), numerous data breaches, and increased focus on consumer privacy is calling attention to stricter rules about personal data. How will it affect marketing? Consumer Data and GDPR. Data fuels everything. Marketers use data to create entire marketing strategies.

As with any disclosure to a business associate, the covered entity must obtain the business associate’s agreement to use the protected health information only for the communication activities of the covered entity. Marketing Authorizations and When Authorizations are NOT : Office For Civil Rights (OCR).   From consumer goods manufacturers to healthcare services entities, any business will benefit from proactively tackling privacy issues in one of .


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