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  1. Jelena Perfiljeva

    Treat your clients like you would want to be treated: Give them reason to trust you. Be transparent. Be honest.

    Couldn’t agree more. Many people would probably not mind sharing some information in exchange, for example, for coupons that are actually useful, but there needs to be transparency.

  2. Christian Reinboth

    In my eyes, the paramount argument against Social Sign-Ons is the resulting dependence of the service provider on the social network. Should it ever cease to exist or to disestablish social logons for third party providers, the service provider might loose the entire customer base at one blow. Also, any problems concerning the security of personal data the social network in question might have or might get at some point in the future automatically become an issue for the third party service provider as well.


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