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Building privacy, security and trust in digital engagement
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Defining a privacy respectful business model for digital engagement

Fostering Trust

Only a conscious commitment to empower customers can halt the current downward spiral of trust in digital engagement.

Backed by a commitment to build a product or service development culture that respects privacy built on security.

Advocating Privacy

Digital privacy is needed for a free digital society

Privacy will not become ubiquitous until it becomes a commercial asset

The first freedom should be from location tracking. No other data gives such deep insight to who you are



Innovating Co-location

Unlocking location value for citizens & places, whilst sustaining location privacy, is achieved through the insight that it’s the co-location of people that is important, not their location

The Krowd App...


Smart Cities

The strategic challenge is to maximise the revenue opportunity for the local economy 



Fostering digital engagement in places keeps the data value local and maximises return on investment to the city.



Call us about our 5G localised digital economy project

Our Blog

Redefining Trust in Digital Engagement
Krowdthink has spent a long time researching and thinking about how to build a business that is fundamentally trustworthy when delivering a digital service. This blogsumm... (read more)
A Philosophical View of Digital Society
We often get asked by investors, why don’t you take the easy option, you have a solid idea for localised digital engagement, just get the data, sell it and make us ... (read more)
Privacy Settings are a Privacy Failure
The EU GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) being written into statute this month explicitly calls for those storing or operating on personal data to follow the 7 pr... (read more)
Wi-Fi Location Privacy as a Commercial Asset
The Big Data mentality that pervades almost all Internet deployment technologies, services and apps, tends to think of location data as the diamond in the Big Data treasu... (read more)
Privacy as a Commercial Asset
Lets start by making a fundamental statement of belief – The current state of the Internet with regards to the commercialisation of our data and every online intera... (read more)
Facebook, Social Networks and the Need for RIPA Authorisatio...
Originally posted on Blog Now:
Increasi... (read more)
The Connection between Trust and Privacy in Social Networkin...
At Krowdthink we have spent a long time trying to determine the answer to this question. The answer is that no-one should really trust any online service completely becau... (read more)
The Dirty Little Secret of Event Apps
No one uses them. Ok not quite true. But no-one has cracked the code of regularly getting more than 50% of event attendees to download and populate their apps for use ove... (read more)
Why pseudonymity is important for the Krowd
When we are in a crowd, most people around us are strangers, in effect they are anonymous to us in terms of their name and who they are. Yet we already know things about ... (read more)
Delete should mean Delete!
The reasonably tech savvy amongst us have learnt that on our PC delete does not mean delete, it means the file is in the trash and is not deleted until the trash is empti... (read more)

Our Tweets

RT @PaulbernalUK: Here’s a theory: the more someone knows about tech, the less likely they are to embrace the Internet of Things. #Gikii
#GDPR could render many email campaigns illegal! https://t.co/lFJdOpQdG2 @TheDataIQ
Majority of #IoT devices break data laws say regulators https://t.co/hBYK5lVHLD @TheDataIQ
We will fully support #TransparencyEU and here's our social platform contribution as part of our privacy policy… https://t.co/yQt15mY5pi
Our view on a #smartcity? One in which citizens are locally connected & communicating on a platform they can #Trust https://t.co/SKBdzouMSJ
@Buttarelli_G wants to fix: • walled gardens • non-negotiable T's &C's • covert surveillance see our #trust model… https://t.co/xP1jmPlyxV
RT @MarcWigan: A serious sideeffect of destructive #trust impact of #abs #censusfail Self censorship & withdrawal from govt systems https:/…
"80% customers attracted by in-store Wi-Fi. 63% say they’d keep coming back & 50% spend more in Wi-Fi enabled locations" @christianxln
@SovrinID Hi guys, can you point me to the open test results of penetration tests for the Sovrin platform? Thx
@deaf_zhang thx for the follow. Our Krowd app was used @BDA_Deaf conf because its the mobile phone equivilent of the loudspeaker
amen to that....but in the meantime, lets build trust in the digital engagement itself https://t.co/qVFJVEtfMc
better than that - Its privacy innovation as a business competitive advantage as per our event in April… https://t.co/5nUiwFutY7
"Only 10% of UK citizens trust businesses with their personal data" says Elizabeth Denham on radio4 PM today https://t.co/Wtl9lo0RXS
Sounds like a London number....its way less in other parts of the country i think https://t.co/xSwhnGfW1J
also interviewed on radio4 PM programme at 5.14 today, worth a listen https://t.co/OOgRQRpkou
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