Facebook surreptitiously breaching EU tracking rules (RBDR 4.2.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) The UK’s Daily Express tabloid reports that Facebook has not only been breaching the EU’s new rules to not track individuals who opt out, it may have been surreptitiously tracking them as well as all European web surfers. 2) An OpenMarket study shows variable mobile penetration throughout the established world.

Lego’s anthropology-like MR. Leading-edge consumers on connected cars.(RBDR 4.1.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) ReD Associates’ Mikkel Rasmussen explains how Lego’s market research differs from other toy manufacturers–and improves its understanding.  2) Leading-Edge Consumers voice their preferences among connected car choices.

Why online bests telephone polling. EU: get off Facebook for privacy. (RBDR 3.30.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) A Signal survey says that 360º view of customers is the priority of 90% of marketers, yet only 6% of them say they have that information.  2) Canada’s top pollster of all time, Angus Reid, shares his data that compares telephone polling with online polling.  3) RBDR News Notes: The EU warns its citizens that having personal privacy from U.S. security services means getting off of Facebook. And the Heinz takeover of Kraft this June is expected by serious observers to lead of severe cuts in marketing