We already know that if you use an online social network, you give up a serious slice of your privacy thanks to the omnivorous way companies like Google and Facebook gather your personal data. But new academic research offers a glimpse of what these companies may be learning about people who <em>don't use</em> their massive web services. And it's a bit scary.
Steve Banfield is product design and development expert who has build products and services used by millions around the world. He was most recently SVP and GM of the Registrar Services unit of Rightside in Kirkland, WA. In this role he oversaw Rightside's Enom.com and Name.com brands.
Prior to Rightside, Steve served as the Chief Product Officer at Korrio. Korrio's mission is to simplify management and communication for sports teams organizers, coaches, parents and players.
Steve's long and successful career includes roles as SVP, Digital Strategy at Screenlife Games, a division of Paramount Pictures. He has been a consultant and advisor to digital media companies including Frequency, FitCarrot, Mixercast and PushButton Music. He has also held senior positions at Sony, RealNetworks, and Microsoft.
Steve lives in Seattle's Pioneer Square but visits his home state of Kentucky often.
How many other people do you know who graduated from Transylvania University?