ConsentPlace: Top 3 Posts for Users and Brands.

Looking for a quick summary of the Top 3 Posts for Users and Brands to use ConsentPlace? Here they are: For Users: Post #1. The First Consent Marketplace. Summary: This post discusses the vital need for explicit internet consent, revealing: This approach addresses consent issues by empowering users and providing a transparent exchange mechanism for… Continue reading ConsentPlace: Top 3 Posts for Users and Brands.

Explicit Consents: The New Opportunity for Drive-to-Store!

By Jean-Pierre Levieux, Go-to-Market, France Explicit Consent for Personal Data Sharing: A New Opportunity for Drive-to-Store? If personal data has become a virtual currency, the consent to share this data for explicit purposes takes on crucial importance. What if, instead of consenting to be tracked in exchange for simple content access, your consent was rewarded… Continue reading Explicit Consents: The New Opportunity for Drive-to-Store!

Consentization Programs for Brands.

Why do brands need to recruit Explicit Consents in the US? ChatGPT’s answer (unedited):“In the US, brands need to recruit explicit consents for several compelling reasons, rooted in legal compliance, consumer trust, and operational effectiveness. Here’s a breakdown of these reasons: Legal Compliance Consumer Trust Operational Effectiveness Ethical Considerations Adaptation to Evolving Laws In summary,… Continue reading Consentization Programs for Brands.

Why ConsentPlace matters for Brands.

Explicit Consent is the best practice. Now. Laws and regulations regarding data protection and privacy, such as the GDPR in the European Union, the CCPA in California, and others around the world, often require explicit consent for certain types of data processing activities, including marketing. Adhering to these requirements can help avoid significant fines and… Continue reading Why ConsentPlace matters for Brands.

Convert the Value of Your Personal Data into Charitable Acts.

ConsentPlace adds value to your personal data, Charitips turns them into charitable donations! We announced it on February 23rd via this press release: “A New Era for Digital Consent ConsentPlace, known for its commitment to protecting user privacy while providing complete transparency on how their data is used, takes a step further by enabling users… Continue reading Convert the Value of Your Personal Data into Charitable Acts.

New: Brands are asking us…

The program : To respond to the specific requests of certain brands looking for very specific profiles, we have created this new program: “Brands are asking us…” The principle is very simple: The Brand asks us for a very specific profile for which we do not have all the criteria, so we make a pre-selection.… Continue reading New: Brands are asking us…

Commitments from Brands or Agencies in the USA.

ConsentPlace is as simple as 1-2-3, as displayed on our homepage… …But what happens at the end of the 60 days? Each time your profile is selected by a brand, the brand must sign the document on “Commitments of Brands or Agencies in the USA” of which here, in italics and in complete transparency, is… Continue reading Commitments from Brands or Agencies in the USA.

ConsentPlace’s Media Week.

Just once, we wanted to share 2 moments from last week for ConsentPlace in the media. BFMTV Tech&Co Click on the screen or here to watch this interview (French subtitled in English) Summary of this interview (Credits ChatGPT): In this interview, Freddy Mini, President and co-founder of ConsentPlace, discusses his latest entrepreneurial venture. With a… Continue reading ConsentPlace’s Media Week.

What is the concept of “data as labor”?

From time to time, we’ll ask ChatGPT questions sharing the prompt we used so you can replicate/verify what we post. Me: [prompt] What is the concept of “data as labor”? ChatGPT: [unedited answer]The concept of “data as labor” is an idea that suggests individuals should be compensated for the data they generate and share with… Continue reading What is the concept of “data as labor”?