Consumers are increasingly favoring contactless and remote shopping, a survey by Sense Photonics and The Harris Poll shows.
Everyone is fair game when it comes to identity theft.
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Nearly a quarter of Americans use "Admin," "abc123" and "123456" as passwords, according to a survey released by Google and Harris Poll on Wednesday.Google said it would integrate the tool, which is designed to warn people if their usernames and passwords were stolen in data breaches, into its Password Manager on Wednesday.The plan was always to add the extension as a default tool, said Google's director of account security, Mark Risher.Hackers count on people reusing the same passwords across multiple accounts, and they try to use them to access as many accounts as possible, a technique called "credential stuffing."In the last eight months, more than 1 million people downloaded Google's extension, and it scans about 10 million passwords a month, Risher said.The company uses a cryptography technique called "blinding" so it can compare your passwords with a database of passwords leaked in public breaches, without viewing them.
Five paragraphs into the monster blog post that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg published yesterday afternoon, he makes a damning, strangely understated admission: “frankly we don’t currently have a strong reputation for building privacy protective services.”That one line is the context for the rest of Zuckerberg’s 3,500-word post in which he discusses privacy, messaging, and the future of Facebook.An Axios Harris poll released yesterday found that the company’s reputation sank substantially over the past year, putting it close to last among the 100 most visible US companies.After years of scandals and a particularly bumpy 2018, Facebook is increasingly synonymous with data breaches, fake news, propaganda, a wanton disregard for privacy, creepy ad-tracking practices, and generally not being a comfortable space to hang out online.Facebook’s overall growth already seemed to be stalling in the US, and a recent report out yesterday said the social network may be losing millions of users.Facebook hasn’t entirely failed to embrace these models (it cloned Snapchat’s disappearing Stories feature across every property it owns), but they’re still the exception rather than the norm.
Google is releasing a new Chrome extension that could make account takeovers harder for hackers.The Password Checkup tool, which the tech giant released on Tuesday, warns you if the username and password you're using were stolen in any data breaches and then prompts you to change them if they were.Even data breaches from more than a decade ago can still hurt victims if they've never changed their passwords.Consider this: A collection of 2.2 billion stolen credentials, dating as far back as 2008, is still floating around on hacker forums.Google's own database of collected credentials from public breaches contains over 4 billion usernames and passwords, said Kurt Thomas, a research scientist at Google.The company has used that database for the last five years to protect Google users who could be affected by third-party breaches.
Most of these tips, such as unique passwords and two-step verification, are very useful.It might be hard for some to listen to Google when it comes to account protections — the company continually receives flak for its approach to privacy.That said, Google’s tips for Safer Internet Day seem like common sense suggestions that everyone should follow.That said, it’s game over for the rest of your accounts if a bad actor gains access to just one of them.That hasn’t stopped most of you from re-using passwords, though.It doesn’t help that 60 percent of respondents also said they have too many passwords to remember.
TV has long been a staple of Christmas advertising, highlighted by the millions of people who look forward to the annual John Lewis spot.This year, the retailer reportedly spent millions of pounds on a cameo from Elton John, though it is being tight-lipped about exactly how much.However, while the department store’s festive offering seems to have as much cultural influence as it ever has, the truth is that this is not reflective of TV advertising overall.In the past decade, retailers have had to fundamentally rethink many aspects of their business to adjust to the new digital world we live in, and advertising is far from immune to this massive change.A new report from OpenX and The Harris Poll shows that content consumption and Christmas shopping habits of UK consumers are changing rapidly.While TV still has a place in holiday marketing, with 30 per cent of consumers saying that they find inspiration for gift shopping in TV commercials, its role as the primary source of content is declining.
Consumers want a seamless user experience from start to finish, complete with a user-friendly platform and outstanding customer service.To achieve this, companies are increasingly investing in AI software development to help them improve UX and gain brand loyalty.After being trained on thousands or even millions of facial/emotional images, emotion AI can categorize responses into meaningful categories like happy, sad, or angry.For many organizations, using emotion AI to tap into consumer emotions is the smartest way to connect with customers at a deeper level, while convincing them to click that “Buy” button.UX guides often focus on the experience once an individual has arrived at a brand’s web or social media page.If the visitor sees something that relates to them, they are far more likely to take action, whether it’s liking a photo, sharing content, or making a purchase.
Amazon is celebrating a rather big victory today, as it was recently ranked first place in Harris Poll’s annual corporate reputation survey.This is the third year running that Amazon has landed the top ranking in the poll, and as a thank you to customers who made the win happen, it’s hosting a one-day sale.While the sale is small in scope, we’re seeing some pretty tempting discounts on products made by Amazon.With this one-day sale, we’re seeing discounts of at least 20% on Alexa-enabled devices.This, of course, means that Fire tablets and Echo devices are on sale, though Amazon hasn’t discounted its entire line up.While the discounts are tiny when we’re talking about something like the 7-inch Fire tablet, which is $10 off, they obviously get much bigger when we’re talking about Amazon’s more expensive products.
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