Privacy, authenticity and the cost of free
Aidan Fitzpatrick, entrepreneur, Founder and CEO of app and data company Reincubate and advocate for consumer data privacy joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Aidan Fitzpatrick discuss the following:
- What sort of permissions do consumers typically agree to when they sign up for a “free” app – is there a “pandora’s box” that consumers routinely overlook?
- What should consumers do to ensure they are guarding their privacy as they use digital media, social sites and apps?
- You have an app called “Camo,” with a “free” offering. What does Camo do and how do you monetise?
- What’s your vision for your company, Reincubate, as you move forward in this new era of data privacy guidelines?
Aidan Fitzpatrick founded Reincubate in 2008 after building the world’s first iPhone data recovery tool, iPhone Backup Extractor. He’s led Reincubate to win the UK’s highest business honor twice, has spoken at Google on entrepreneurship, and is a graduate of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization’s Leadership Academy. His research has been cited in over 20 scholarly research works, He has served as CTO at Artspages, supplying Apple with music for the iTunes Store, and ultimately building the largest SAN in Norway at the time. In his work as European Development Manager at CNET, Fitzpatrick led technical teams across Europe (London, Munich, Paris) and key projects including unification of EU publishing systems. He served as CTO at Wiggle through to its $230m breakout exit.
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