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VIDEO – Liquid Avatar $LQID (Formerly KABN) Digital ID and Monetization Model Validated By Google Major Announcement Shifting Away From Ad Target $ $ $

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 7:13 PM on Sunday, March 7th, 2021

When the Facebook data privacy scandal broke out, the world woke up to just how badly our individual data was being traded, used and most importantly, the amount of profit being generated by major corporations at our expense.

This led to the enactment of the biggest data privacy laws in history.  Specifically, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) out of Europe and the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA).

Enter LQID (formerly KABN).  The Company Turns The Problem Of Data Privacy Into A Profit For Individuals, While Providing Big Businesses With New & Compliant Business Models.

More than just lip service, LQID has made some major announcements, including joining the Trust Over IP Foundation, which includes over 170 members including IBM, Mastercard, Accenture and many other global leaders who are defining a complete architecture for Internet-scale digital trust.  

Does that sound like a mouthful?  Yeah, it does.  But all you have to really understand for now is that digital ID, privacy and monetization is going to become a reality in the very near future.  Government regulations are enforcing it.  Consumers are demanding it and LQID is delivering it at such an advanced scale that the Trust Over IP Foundation provided them with a strategic role as a Steering Member. 


We’ve been pounding the table since the summer of 2020 that LQID was way ahead of anybody in the small cap space.  In fact, so early they may have actually been too early to the game.  We were right on the former … but Google proved us way wrong on the latter when this story broke last week, with the subsequent quotes from Business Insider to back it up:

 Google announces major shift away from precision-targeting of ads based on everything you do on the internet

  • Google believes these types of tracking methods don’t “meet rising consumer expectations for privacy, nor will they stand up to rapidly evolving regulatory restrictions, and therefore aren’t a sustainable long term investment.”
  • Google is experimenting with tools in its Privacy Sandbox that are designed to allow advertising to continue to work on the web but in a less privacy-encroaching way.
  • “Keeping the internet open and accessible for everyone requires all of us to do more to protect privacy — and that means an end to not only third-party cookies, but also any technology used for tracking individual people as they browse the web,” David Temkin, Google’s director of product management for ads privacy and trust,

 What is the potential outcome of this major shift by Google? 

  Google’s decision could upend the ad industry, which has relied on these types of tracking tools   

You would think LQID CEO David Lucatch wrote the announcement and the bullet points himself.  Turns out he didn’t need to because he was already ahead of Google. 

Now the data privacy and monetization game is underway with LQID sitting in a great position within the industry and the dominant position within the small cap world.

Watch this interview with CEO David Lucatch and welcome to the next potential great disruptive industry of the decade.

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