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Advertisers are very good at understanding people’s online journeys. But offline? Not so much. Cinnara believes MNOs are sitting on location data that that can fix the problem – and unlock huge revenues. MEF talked to Cinarra’s CEO Sundi Sundaresh…
If data is the new oil, then mobile network operators are sitting on lakes of the stuff.
Your carrier knows your name, address, gender, age and more. It also – crucially – knows where you are and where you’ve been.
Get the latest announcements from MEF Members across the mobile ecosystem globally in this weekly review of member news…
Barclays customers can now manage their current accounts from rival providers through its app
Barclays has joined the Open Banking revolution with the launch of a new feature on its banking app that will allow customers to manage multiple current accounts from different providers.
Find out the week’s top mobile stories from around the world.
This week.. Apple unveils new iPhone XS, moves the iPhone away from physical SIMs, 10 critical points from Zuckerberg’s security manifesto, mobile fraud reaches new high in 2018, New Mexico sues mobile app makers over kid privacy concerns and much more.
Apple has updated its iPhone X handset with three more powerful models, two of which are larger than before.
Michael Becker, an expert advisor on identity & personal information management solutions, outlines the findings of a new paper from MEF and Assurant that takes a closer look at UK smartphone user’s attitudes towards their personal information and privacy in the post GDPR age.
Worldwide and with a mixture of interest and trepidation, people are awakening to the fact that their identity and personal data are being used for a myriad of social and commercial purposes. For instance, on the one hand, people are increasingly recognising that their digital identities and personal data are being leveraged by industry actors to personalise products and services that create convenient experiences and enhance value.