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The entire mobile user journey ....... in real time.

Huitzilopochtli
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Posted on 22-01-19 09:12
Q. When is a keylogger not a keylogger

Ogury (io.presage) partners with thousands of apps globally to generate unique interest and behavioral data directly from more than 400 million unique mobile user profiles.

Organizations only see what happens within their own apps, websites, and ecosystem. They don’t see what happened before users visit their apps or websites, or what happens after they leave them.
We are not talking about the buyer or customer journey, we are talking about the entire mobile user journey, across all apps and websites, in real time.

Our Usage Data is not limited to data that directly relates to the Partner App in which the Ogury Product is integrated. Rather, the Ogury Product collects Usage Data from ALL applications and systems on the Device on which a Partner App is installed.
"After explicit opt-in we see the complete usage of a mobile device for a given user, including any websites browsed and any apps downloaded, all app usage including any future installations of apps...


https://www.ogury.com/privacy/


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Edited by Huitzilopochtli on 22-01-19 13:01
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RE: The entire mobile user journey ....... in real time.

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Posted on 24-01-19 16:24
So 400 million people were asked if they would like to install a keylogger, and they said yes. Is it just me, o r is that number not a shade on the high side.