[EN] German Regulators Order Facebook to Change Data Collection Practices

On Feb. 7, the German Federal Cartel Office (FCO), the Bundeskartellamt, imposed far-reaching restrictions on Facebook’s processing of user data. The action followed several years of investigations and an announcement earlier in the year that such a decision would be coming. The FCO is Germany’s independent anti-trust regulator. So what does the FCO’s decision mean … [EN] German Regulators Order Facebook to Change Data Collection Practices weiterlesen

[EN] GDPR: Challenge or Opportunity? Change Direction or stay on target?

I have started again writing on/for CMSwire in English language. This is the orignal draft of my summary on our German GDPR discussion. The CMSwire article can be found here. Recently, a data glitch at Amazon caused other users‘ personal data to go „out of human error“ to a German user who had requested his … [EN] GDPR: Challenge or Opportunity? Change Direction or stay on target? weiterlesen

[EN] Time to say goodbye: After the research of the NYT I have stopped using WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook

This is the updated and corrected version of my planned post. I am stopping to use Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram. The original plan was to delete WhatsApp and Instagram from my devices, but still use Facebook, because I find a lot of friends there and I can generate reach for my blog posts reach and … [EN] Time to say goodbye: After the research of the NYT I have stopped using WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook weiterlesen

[EN] Needed in today’s work environment: Filter information & create context

A colleague and I recently gave a presentation called From Social Media to Social Business for the executive board of a medium-sized German enterprise, and I showed this video to start it off. The numbers are huge – 100 million tweets every day, 35 hours of video uploaded to YouTube every minute. In 2011, people … [EN] Needed in today’s work environment: Filter information & create context weiterlesen

[EN] Why C-Level Should Get Used to Less Control – Forbes

Social media is an important part of how leaders can communicate with their employees and external stakeholders, but Groysberg warns it’s only a tool: “Fundamentally, if you try to build a conversation-powered corporation, technology can help you, but without dedicated leadership and an inclusive culture, it won’t happen.” The real goal, he says, should be … [EN] Why C-Level Should Get Used to Less Control – Forbes weiterlesen

[EN] Social Business: You are the Change Agent | The Social Customer (@briansolis)

When you joined the organization you’re at today, you most likely received a desk, a PC, a phone, an email account, etc. You probably didn’t receive a Twitter handle or a Facebook page. You brought those into company. But that’s not all that came along with you. You introduced a new perspective on how transparent … [EN] Social Business: You are the Change Agent | The Social Customer (@briansolis) weiterlesen

[EN] Sharing Content to Show Thought Leadership – eMarketer

Creating, finding and sharing compelling content can prove to consumers that a company knows its territory, is a thought leader in its industry and wants to help customers keep up-to-date on important developments. … But content curation is not a low-touch activity, and according to HiveFire the greatest challenges are creating content that is original … [EN] Sharing Content to Show Thought Leadership – eMarketer weiterlesen

About me …

This blog started as DigitalNaiv.com and I rebranded it to StefanPfeiffer.Blog due to some changes in topics, I am covering here. The original themes were my passion for marketing, today’s digital world, social media, digital transformation, the „Digital Workplace“, Internet policy, digital society and business topics. Due to the alarming political situation with more and more … About me … weiterlesen