USA Today: Take my location data, please, Apple and Google, but only until we beat the coronavirus
In this USA Today op-ed, ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta explains why sharing your personal information is the right thing to do right now. “Just because you’re in favor of stricter data privacy laws doesn’t mean you have to be against all uses of personal information at all times. There’s always room for the judicious and transparent use of personal information for the greater good—and fighting a global pandemic certainly qualifies.”
School For Startups Radio: ReputationDefender’s Rich Matta
SFS Radio’s Jim Beach talks with ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta about what the company does and who it serves. They also discuss ReputationDefender’s Right to Be Forgotten initiative.
The Hill: Candidates want data privacy rules, except for their own campaigns
Should political campaigns be held to a higher standard when it comes to protecting our personal data? ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta discusses the issue in a recent op-ed in The Hill. Read the article »
BYU Radio: How ReputationDefender fixes your search results
In her Top of Mind podcast, BYU Radio’s Julie Rose talks with ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta about how his company helps people control how they look in the online search results for their name. They also discuss the Right To Be Forgotten and the need for online privacy. Listen to the podcast »
SF Chronicle: California’s new privacy law is an opportunity, not a chore
In this San Francisco Chronicle article, ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta explains how respecting consumer privacy in an authentic way—not just giving it lip service—can be a powerful way for a company to build trust, expand revenue streams, and set the stage for global market success. Read the article »
Popular Mechanics: The Internet never forgets
ABC 10 News: Defending your online reputation
Jennifer Delacruz of San Diego’s ABC 10 News talks with ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta about how what the Internet says about you can affect your offline life—and what you can do about it. Read the article »
CEO Radio: How ReputationDefender works
ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta talks with Ray Hoffman from CEO Radio about what attracted him to ReputationDefender and how its products work to give people more control over what Google says about them. He also describes the company’s new Reputation Report Card available on its website. Hear the interview below.
CEO Radio: Why Americans deserve the Right to Be Forgotten
Ray Hoffman from CEO Radio talks with ReputationDefender CEO Rich Matta about the company’s Right to Be Forgotten initiative and why Americans deserve the right to control their online search results. Hear the interview below.
BBC News: The secrets of controlling your internet profile
BBC reporter Mark Smith interviews ReputationDefender Managing Director Tony McChrystal about the process of altering search results in the context of the Right to Be Forgotten. Read the article ».