Reputation.com Founder Michael Fertik discusses his new book “The Reputation Economy” on Bloomberg TV's “In The Loop.”
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The New York Times discusses personal reputation scoring with Michael Fertik. From the article: Data brokers amass dossiers with thousands of details about individual consumers. Algorithms are used to assign consumers scores—and to recommend offering, or withholding, particular products, services or fees—based on predictions about their behavior. Read more →
From the New York Times recent profile on Michael Fertik: Are you perusing LinkedIn at work more than usual? That small change in behavior could set off alerts in computer analytics programs used to surveil and rank employees. Read more →
The Guardian interviews Michael Fertik: online reputation is becoming more valuable than money or power
In this interview with Reputation.com CEO Michael Fertik, the Guardian's Tim Lewis talks about the changing privacy landscape and the risks we face as online personal data becomes more extensive and detailed. Continue reading on the Guardian >>
Richard Harrison explains how negative reviews can be helpful to businesses and why they shouldn't try to suppress customer criticism.
Reputation.com CEO Michael Fertik guest hosts a segment on Bloomberg TV where he discusses whether or not we're in a tech bubble, which countries in Europe have the most promising tech sectors, and the pros and cons of doing business in India.
Howard Bragman, Vice Chairman of Reputation.com, appears on KTLA to talk about the importance of keeping your online reputation clean and how Reputation.com can help.
Howard Bragman, Vice Chairman of Reputation.com, appears on KABC in Los Angeles to talk about the privacy violations some celebrities are dealing with following the unauthorized release of nude photos.
Michael Fertik, CEO of Reputation.com., said on CNBC's 'Squawk Box' that Facebook's fight with the Manhattan DA feels like a PR move.
Reputation.com CEO Michael Fertik discussed the idea that all Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are arrogant with Betty Liu on Bloomberg TV's 'In the Loop.'