Category Archives: TV and Radio Appearances

Mattias Bergstrom, CEO of Quantum1Net, on Bloomberg Radio with GVA Research

Facebook Congressional Testimony Appears To Lack Overall Unified Theory As To How Best To Regulate Social Media To Ensure Data Privacy While Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg forsook his trademark hoodie sweatshirt to testify before Congress earlier this week, the overall impression was left as Facebook shares staged a 5% relief rally that Congress is not

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Spotify’s success comes from their focus on content: Garrity

David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research joins BNN live in the studio with his insights on the day’s top tech headlines SPOT IPO Opening Likely To Offer Discordant Movements With today’s direct listing IPO on the NYSE, albeit one assisted by Goldman Sachs, Spotify (SPOT) will break from the traditional IPO process in which companies

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GVA Research on BNN: Facebook and Cambridge Analytica

Zuckerberg’s operative principle at Facebook has been “move fast & break things”. Clearly, given the scale Facebook has attained with 1bn+ active users, this has now carries significant social implications. Can Zuckerberg with Facebook at scale act with the necessary probity and maturity required to ensure Facebook is a responsible organization? With majority voting control

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GVA Research on Yahoo Finance: Facebook in Crisis Mode

Based on recent reporting, “it appears that Facebook actually knew about this and covered up the fact for about two years. Having trouble viewing video? Click here.

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David Garrity on Yahoo Finance: Quantum Encryption

GVA Research notes that quantum encryption and quantum computing are increasingly becoming a viable option for use. “We see more services being deployed more broadly.” Having trouble viewing video? Click here.

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David Garrity on Business News Network: Cybersecurity a necessity for liberal democracies to survive

For Liberal Democracies To Survive, Cybersecurity Is Now A Necessary Condition While it is now abundantly clear from the Mueller 2/16/18 indictment and other sources that Russia has moved aggressively to wage a “cold” cyber war against Western liberal democracies since the 2014 overthrow of the Ukrainian government with its “active measures” propaganda campaigns and

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Social Media Giants Continue To Shirk Responsibility: Garrity on Bloomberg Radio

Bloomberg Markets AM with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz. GUEST: David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, on how social media giants continue to shirk responsibility in policing their content. To listen to the replay, click here. Mueller Indictment Puts Spotlight On Social Media As Tool Of Russian Disinformation Efforts: While there may be some debate

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Facebook allowed ‘Russian propaganda on steroids’ – New Cybersecurity Paradigm Needed

To watch the replay, click here. Mueller Indictment Puts Spotlight On Social Media As Tool Of Russian Disinformation Efforts While there may be some debate as to whether the 13 individuals and 3 organizations named in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Fri 2/16/18 indictment will ever be brought to trial, it is nevertheless incontrovertible that the

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Machines and markets: Why it may be time to reprogram trading algorithms

To watch the replay, please click here. David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, joins BNN for a look at the debate about just who or what is to blame for the volatile trading activity in the markets: man or machine? With Programmatic Trading Driving Well Over 50% Of Trading Volume, Important To Check Historical Assumptions

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Despite #MeToo implications for Netflix, net neutrality is a bigger risk to profits: GVA Research

Despite #MeToo implications for Netflix, net neutrality is a bigger risk to profits: GVA Research BNN speaks with David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, about the risks to bear in mind with Netflix, despite a lot of positive market reaction to the company’s latest fourth quarter results. To watch the video replay, click here.

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