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Voice-activated touch screen, the last privacy intruder or the perfect gift ?

Facebook Portal joins Google Home Hub and Amazon Echo Show on the market of smart displays, an emerging category of voice-activated touchscreens. These tools could be, one day, an opportunity for digital marketers to target more specifically or adjust digital strategies.

These voice-activated touchscreens are claiming that they are secure for customer’s data and privacy where consumers can stay in control. Facebook Portal, for example, allows customers :

  • to make secure calls
  • share contents
  • display photos and notifications
  • connect with messenger
  • to command the Alexa built-in

But is it real ? A camera that doesn’t record unless it is not engaged or a voice-over assistant that doesn’t listen ? The promise that made calls wouldn’t affect ad targeting on any facebook platforms?These tools are not taking the idea of nothing being private to a new level?

Few days ago, spokespeople of Facebook explained that the connection between this Portal and ad targeting exists. For example, when users make a call, Facebook collects informations such as the number of calls. These information could be used to target the right people with the right content on the right place.

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By |2019-02-11T07:52:32+00:00November 16th, 2018|