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August 10, 2018, 01:03:27 PM
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Can you explain how do BAADD companies create an exclusive distribution and economic inequality?
The digital media market, which is represented by PC and mobile, shows different numbers and rations in each country excluding portal and social media, in other words, BAADD media occupies most of the market.
Is it such a big problem?
It is, because, under these circumstances, content provided by portal and social media are provided for free in current media business, and advertisers began to prefer BAADD, which has many more members than original media.
so competitors suffer losses?
Exactly. Thus, original media companies, especially companies like newspaper publishing companies, can no longer be self-sufficient through advertisement and subscription prices.
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August 10, 2018, 01:08:33 PM
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Can you explain how do BAADD companies create an exclusive distribution and economic inequality?
The digital media market, which is represented by PC and mobile, shows different numbers and rations in each country excluding portal and social media, in other words, BAADD media occupies most of the market.
Is it such a big problem?
It is, because, under these circumstances, content provided by portal and social media are provided for free in current media business, and advertisers began to prefer BAADD, which has many more members than original media.
so competitors suffer losses?
Exactly. Thus, original media companies, especially companies like newspaper publishing companies, can no longer be self-sufficient through advertisement and subscription prices.
Son Seok-hee, CEO of JTBC, said, “When reporters do digital work, they tend to be buried in viral and access rate. However, they should approach in a way that allows people to be closer to the essence of press through digital”. He also emphasized that broadcasting media and Social Network Service (SNS) new media are not separated.
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August 10, 2018, 01:11:14 PM
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Can you explain how do BAADD companies create an exclusive distribution and economic inequality?
The digital media market, which is represented by PC and mobile, shows different numbers and rations in each country excluding portal and social media, in other words, BAADD media occupies most of the market.
Is it such a big problem?
It is, because, under these circumstances, content provided by portal and social media are provided for free in current media business, and advertisers began to prefer BAADD, which has many more members than original media.
so competitors suffer losses?
Exactly. Thus, original media companies, especially companies like newspaper publishing companies, can no longer be self-sufficient through advertisement and subscription prices.
Son Seok-hee, CEO of JTBC, said, “When reporters do digital work, they tend to be buried in viral and access rate. However, they should approach in a way that allows people to be closer to the essence of press through digital”. He also emphasized that broadcasting media and Social Network Service (SNS) new media are not separated.
I think it can be interpreted that while he pointed out the attitude problem of reporters who are buried in viral and access rate in digital environment and suggested that they should keep being proper journalists, at the same time, he mentioned about cooperating with social media.
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August 10, 2018, 01:13:12 PM
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Can you explain how do BAADD companies create an exclusive distribution and economic inequality?
The digital media market, which is represented by PC and mobile, shows different numbers and rations in each country excluding portal and social media, in other words, BAADD media occupies most of the market.
Is it such a big problem?
It is, because, under these circumstances, content provided by portal and social media are provided for free in current media business, and advertisers began to prefer BAADD, which has many more members than original media.
so competitors suffer losses?
Exactly. Thus, original media companies, especially companies like newspaper publishing companies, can no longer be self-sufficient through advertisement and subscription prices.
Son Seok-hee, CEO of JTBC, said, “When reporters do digital work, they tend to be buried in viral and access rate. However, they should approach in a way that allows people to be closer to the essence of press through digital”. He also emphasized that broadcasting media and Social Network Service (SNS) new media are not separated.
I think it can be interpreted that while he pointed out the attitude problem of reporters who are buried in viral and access rate in digital environment and suggested that they should keep being proper journalists, at the same time, he mentioned about cooperating with social media.
In other words, he talked about understanding and adapting to the environment.
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August 10, 2018, 01:15:37 PM
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Can you explain how do BAADD companies create an exclusive distribution and economic inequality?
The digital media market, which is represented by PC and mobile, shows different numbers and rations in each country excluding portal and social media, in other words, BAADD media occupies most of the market.
Is it such a big problem?
It is, because, under these circumstances, content provided by portal and social media are provided for free in current media business, and advertisers began to prefer BAADD, which has many more members than original media.
so competitors suffer losses?
Exactly. Thus, original media companies, especially companies like newspaper publishing companies, can no longer be self-sufficient through advertisement and subscription prices.
Son Seok-hee, CEO of JTBC, said, “When reporters do digital work, they tend to be buried in viral and access rate. However, they should approach in a way that allows people to be closer to the essence of press through digital”. He also emphasized that broadcasting media and Social Network Service (SNS) new media are not separated.
I think it can be interpreted that while he pointed out the attitude problem of reporters who are buried in viral and access rate in digital environment and suggested that they should keep being proper journalists, at the same time, he mentioned about cooperating with social media.
In other words, he talked about understanding and adapting to the environment.
However, the business of traditional media is already subordinate to BAADD media and can no longer be self-sufficient, so it is difficult to solve the problem by merely changing the reporters’ attitudes and adaptability.
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August 10, 2018, 01:17:57 PM
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Can you explain how do BAADD companies create an exclusive distribution and economic inequality?
The digital media market, which is represented by PC and mobile, shows different numbers and rations in each country excluding portal and social media, in other words, BAADD media occupies most of the market.
Is it such a big problem?
It is, because, under these circumstances, content provided by portal and social media are provided for free in current media business, and advertisers began to prefer BAADD, which has many more members than original media.
so competitors suffer losses?
Exactly. Thus, original media companies, especially companies like newspaper publishing companies, can no longer be self-sufficient through advertisement and subscription prices.
Son Seok-hee, CEO of JTBC, said, “When reporters do digital work, they tend to be buried in viral and access rate. However, they should approach in a way that allows people to be closer to the essence of press through digital”. He also emphasized that broadcasting media and Social Network Service (SNS) new media are not separated.
I think it can be interpreted that while he pointed out the attitude problem of reporters who are buried in viral and access rate in digital environment and suggested that they should keep being proper journalists, at the same time, he mentioned about cooperating with social media.
In other words, he talked about understanding and adapting to the environment.
However, the business of traditional media is already subordinate to BAADD media and can no longer be self-sufficient, so it is difficult to solve the problem by merely changing the reporters’ attitudes and adaptability.
sad news but it's a modern reality.
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August 10, 2018, 01:55:48 PM
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One more essential problem is an extraction of the personal information.
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August 10, 2018, 01:58:23 PM
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One more essential problem is an extraction of the personal information.
No wonder, cause as big data stands out as one of the core foundations of future corporations, the actual kind of personal information that corporations collect as well as the amount of personal information is increasing.
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August 10, 2018, 01:59:58 PM
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One more essential problem is an extraction of the personal information.
No wonder, cause as big data stands out as one of the core foundations of future corporations, the actual kind of personal information that corporations collect as well as the amount of personal information is increasing.
I have heard about few examples of such an extraction. Verizon, which took over the Internet part of Yahoo in October of 2017, later revealed that about 3 billion user accounts were hacked due to a hacking incident in August of 2013. Tumblr and Flickr, which were owned by Yahoo, were hacked as well. Moreover, Oracle’s payment-related subsidiary firm, Micros, was also hacked for its user information, and Linkedin announced that password of 6.5 million users were hacked in 2012.
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August 10, 2018, 02:02:12 PM
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One more essential problem is an extraction of the personal information.
No wonder, cause as big data stands out as one of the core foundations of future corporations, the actual kind of personal information that corporations collect as well as the amount of personal information is increasing.
I have heard about few examples of such an extraction. Verizon, which took over the Internet part of Yahoo in October of 2017, later revealed that about 3 billion user accounts were hacked due to a hacking incident in August of 2013. Tumblr and Flickr, which were owned by Yahoo, were hacked as well. Moreover, Oracle’s payment-related subsidiary firm, Micros, was also hacked for its user information, and Linkedin announced that password of 6.5 million users were hacked in 2012.
As personal information data is becoming centralized, corporations who save a lot of customer’s information are becoming a good prey for hackers, like a honey pot.
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August 10, 2018, 02:05:06 PM
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One more essential problem is an extraction of the personal information.
No wonder, cause as big data stands out as one of the core foundations of future corporations, the actual kind of personal information that corporations collect as well as the amount of personal information is increasing.
I have heard about few examples of such an extraction. Verizon, which took over the Internet part of Yahoo in October of 2017, later revealed that about 3 billion user accounts were hacked due to a hacking incident in August of 2013. Tumblr and Flickr, which were owned by Yahoo, were hacked as well. Moreover, Oracle’s payment-related subsidiary firm, Micros, was also hacked for its user information, and Linkedin announced that password of 6.5 million users were hacked in 2012.
As personal information data is becoming centralized, corporations who save a lot of customer’s information are becoming a good prey for hackers, like a honey pot.
In fact, the corporations continue to be hacked repeatedly. Information which is leaked once is irreversible and can be misused for crimes such as voice phishing, etc.

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August 10, 2018, 02:07:47 PM
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There is one more negative effect caused by BAADD firms — biased information delivery and political abuse.
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August 10, 2018, 02:13:07 PM
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There is one more negative effect caused by BAADD firms — biased information delivery and political abuse.
How does it work?
The service that these BAADD Media provide casts a long shadow on many citizens, who have a voting right for certain countries, with its own existence. It does not matter whether the people wanted or not, nor whether the service providers intended such or not.
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August 10, 2018, 02:25:39 PM
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There is one more negative effect caused by BAADD firms — biased information delivery and political abuse.
How does it work?
The service that these BAADD Media provide casts a long shadow on many citizens, who have a voting right for certain countries, with its own existence. It does not matter whether the people wanted or not, nor whether the service providers intended such or not.
Are Facebook, Google, and Naver press?
Is a question that has been discussed delicately. However, the answer is always the same. They are not the press.
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August 10, 2018, 02:28:23 PM
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There is one more negative effect caused by BAADD firms — biased information delivery and political abuse.
How does it work?
The service that these BAADD Media provide casts a long shadow on many citizens, who have a voting right for certain countries, with its own existence. It does not matter whether the people wanted or not, nor whether the service providers intended such or not.
Are Facebook, Google, and Naver press?
Is a question that has been discussed delicately. However, the answer is always the same. They are not the press.
a bit of statistics: according to Australian Competition & Consumer Commission, Facebook and Google have a direct effect on about three-fourths of Australian Internet traffic, and it is said that they had a strong influence on readers approaching to the articles of News Corporations Australia.
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August 10, 2018, 02:33:11 PM
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There is one more negative effect caused by BAADD firms — biased information delivery and political abuse.
How does it work?
The service that these BAADD Media provide casts a long shadow on many citizens, who have a voting right for certain countries, with its own existence. It does not matter whether the people wanted or not, nor whether the service providers intended such or not.
Are Facebook, Google, and Naver press?
Is a question that has been discussed delicately. However, the answer is always the same. They are not the press.
a bit of statistics: according to Australian Competition & Consumer Commission, Facebook and Google have a direct effect on about three-fourths of Australian Internet traffic, and it is said that they had a strong influence on readers approaching to the articles of News Corporations Australia.
But how does it influence politic?
I’ll better give an example. In the US, about 87 million pieces of data collected through a 3rd party application was used for the US presidential election in 2016. As a result, the Trump Camp invested a lot in Facebook advertisement, and this scandal was named the Cambridge Analytica of Facebook.
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August 10, 2018, 02:39:33 PM
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There is one more negative effect caused by BAADD firms — biased information delivery and political abuse.
How does it work?
The service that these BAADD Media provide casts a long shadow on many citizens, who have a voting right for certain countries, with its own existence. It does not matter whether the people wanted or not, nor whether the service providers intended such or not.
Are Facebook, Google, and Naver press?
Is a question that has been discussed delicately. However, the answer is always the same. They are not the press.
a bit of statistics: according to Australian Competition & Consumer Commission, Facebook and Google have a direct effect on about three-fourths of Australian Internet traffic, and it is said that they had a strong influence on readers approaching to the articles of News Corporations Australia.
But how does it influence politic?
I’ll better give an example. In the US, about 87 million pieces of data collected through a 3rd party application was used for the US presidential election in 2016. As a result, the Trump Camp invested a lot in Facebook advertisement, and this scandal was named the Cambridge Analytica of Facebook.
still didn’t get it.
The whole story was that the application was actually a character quiz application (Superficially, it was a character examination application, but actually it was a personal disposition analysis program designed for political purpose) made by Kogan, and 2.7 million people used the service. Thus, the application collected the user information of more than 72 million people who are friends of the application users. Kogan sold the collected information to Cambridge Analytica, and the information was delivered to Trump camp to carry out a customized advertisement.
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August 10, 2018, 02:46:37 PM
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There is one more negative effect caused by BAADD firms — biased information delivery and political abuse.
How does it work?
The service that these BAADD Media provide casts a long shadow on many citizens, who have a voting right for certain countries, with its own existence. It does not matter whether the people wanted or not, nor whether the service providers intended such or not.
Are Facebook, Google, and Naver press?
Is a question that has been discussed delicately. However, the answer is always the same. They are not the press.
a bit of statistics: according to Australian Competition & Consumer Commission, Facebook and Google have a direct effect on about three-fourths of Australian Internet traffic, and it is said that they had a strong influence on readers approaching to the articles of News Corporations Australia.
But how does it influence politic?
I’ll better give an example. In the US, about 87 million pieces of data collected through a 3rd party application was used for the US presidential election in 2016. As a result, the Trump Camp invested a lot in Facebook advertisement, and this scandal was named the Cambridge Analytica of Facebook.
still didn’t get it.
The whole story was that the application was actually a character quiz application (Superficially, it was a character examination application, but actually it was a personal disposition analysis program designed for political purpose) made by Kogan, and 2.7 million people used the service. Thus, the application collected the user information of more than 72 million people who are friends of the application users. Kogan sold the collected information to Cambridge Analytica, and the information was delivered to Trump camp to carry out a customized advertisement.
Wow, it is really impressive. Now I realize all the risks connected with BAADD companies. Everything you say can be used against you.
In this, Facebook allowed Kogan to collect the friends’ information and let him sell or transfer the information for a commercial purpose. As a result, Facebook allowed a political advertisement using this information and is not free from this scandal.
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August 13, 2018, 12:44:09 PM
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One more essential problem is an extraction of the personal information.
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August 13, 2018, 12:46:52 PM
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One more essential problem is an extraction of the personal information.
No wonder, cause as big data stands out as one of the core foundations of future corporations, the actual kind of personal information that corporations collect as well as the amount of personal information is increasing.
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