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  • Personal data drives behaviour change
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Personal data drives behaviour change

If you're planning a holiday, you'll probably have seen targeted advertising based on your browsing history. Vodafone targeted its roaming packages at people it knew were jetting off, and increased sales by 196%. But can data create more complex behaviour changes?

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