Tag Archives: data

Webtalk is sharing up to 50 of its revenue FOR LIFE

Webtalk is sharing up to 50% of its revenue FOR LIFE (advertising, subscriptions and transaction fees) with its first 1 MILLION users for helping build our community. Join now, it's free but you have to be invited. Ask a current Webtalk member for your invitation TODAY! FREE TO JOIN  https://www.webtalk.co/be/home/6495366 . Those who join after the launch will not participate in the 50% revenue share however they will participate in the 10% from their direct referrals.
YOU GOT NOTHING TO LOSE 
WHERE BEING SOCIAL PAYS BIG

Make sure you let you close family and friends and assiciates to sign up while in beta stage so they can participate in the 50% revenue share.  https://www.webtalk.co/be/home/6495366

Webtalk's Mission
Organize and validate the world’s information, people and businesses to create a trustworthy virtual economy. Technology should work for you, not you work for Technology. 

1) Through filters, search and organization, Webtalk will help you get to the right information when you want it so you can get back to your life. 

2) Through targeted communication, Webtalk will help you grow your relationships, careers and businesses. 

3) Through 50% revenue share with our users, our goal is to have millions of people walk away from their jobs. (SocialCPX.com)

4) By donating 10% of all profits to charity, we hope to inspire more people to open non-profit businesses with our help and continue with our mission. 

This new site already has more than 800 000 members in a few months of existence, the sponsorship will be counted on 5 levels, half of the benefits of the site will be donated to founding members for life, the application works as a social network except that the you will be paid.
The big plus compared to other similar sites is the pay as well as a speed and execution quality in the fastest of the web. The creators aim for the first place on the market in the next few years.
no similar application offers a payment starting at $ 100 monthly https://www.webtalk.co/be/home/6495366

 R.J. Garbowicz isn’t getting a whole lot of sleep these days.

“I’m working about 20 hours a day,” says the 35-year-old tech entrepreneur.

But that’s the reality for the CEO of Webtalk, a small downtown St. Pete company that believes it can be the next Facebook.

The social media site, which is free to use but still in invite-only mode, takes popular elements from established companies — Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram and various online marketplaces — and merges them into “one-stop-shopping,” says R.J..

Webtalk, which is offering revenue-sharing to early adopters of the site to help expand its audience, already has almost half-a-million users worldwide.

R.J. says a huge part of Webtalk’s appeal is control and privacy when it comes to who sees what. 

Join the next generation networking utility that has created a new era of communication and relationship management. 
Webtalk is a global big-data software technology company focused on relationship-based data mining, storage and search technologies to power the next generation communication and commerce utility. Using a patent-pending data labeling process (AKA SocialCRM), Webtalk has been able to reinvent online relationship management through a user experience unparalleled in the industry; creating an entirely new class of product to manage contacts, communication and content seamlessly.  https://www.webtalk.co/be/home/6495366

 

Alan Zibluk Markethive Founding Member

UK halts Facebook’s WhatsApp data dip

Facebook has been told it must not use data gathered from UK members of its WhatsApp messaging app to target ads on its core social network.

facebook and whatsapp data privacy

The country's Information Commissioner said she did not believe the firm had obtained valid consent for the move and added that people must be given "ongoing control" over their data.

Elizabeth Denham said that Facebook had agreed to "pause" its rollout but had not met all her demands.

Facebook has yet to publicly comment.

The California-based company bought WhatsApp in 2014 and pledged to keep the chat app independent.

However, in August, WhatsApp made changes to its privacy policy, prompting an investigation by the UK watchdog.

"I had concerns that consumers weren't being properly protected, and it's fair to say the enquiries my team have made haven't changed that view," blogged Elizabeth Denham, the Information Commissioner.

"I don't think WhatsApp has got valid consent from users to share the information.

"We've set out the law clearly to Facebook, and we're pleased that they've agreed to pause using data from UK WhatsApp users for advertisements or product improvement purposes."

Enforcement

Ms Denham said she now wanted Facebook and WhatsApp to:

  • offer customers' more details about how their data will be used
  • let WhatsApp members restrict access to their information beyond the existing 30-day cooling-off period
  • let users completely opt-out of the agreement at any time

Ms Denham said that Facebook had not agreed to these terms.

"If Facebook starts using the data without valid consent, they may face enforcement action from my office," she warned.

WhatsApp has already been cautioned warned by European privacy watchdogs about sharing user data with its new parent company. 

If you believe that my message is worth spreading, please use the share buttons if they show on this page.

Stephen Hodgkiss
Chief Engineer at MarketHive

markethive.com


Alan Zibluk Market Hive Founding Member