About The “Amazon” Data Market: Data Stocks Inc will broker and rent out the user’s Amazon Authorized Data Points in order to convert data into money. With the user's input, the Amazon applications and sessions can generate trade data and purchasing information, such as geolocation, durations, frequency of use, demographic data, keywords, types of purchases, times of purchase, types of businesses, history, clicks, device type, and other data points of interest.
Business Purpose: Trade habits and purchasing activities can help businesses understand their customers, their competitors’ customers, and future customers. With these Authorized Data Points, businesses can determine if the Amazon apps can be a strategic marketing channel, business insights, and research area of interest to consider and/or forecast growth trends.
Time: Data Stocks Inc will broker and rent out the user’s Amazon Authorized Data Points in order to convert data into money for a contractual period of 180 days, which equivalent of a 6-month contract. During this period, the user’s Amazon Authorized Data Points will be extracted and placed in a data rental platform where the requesting business or businesses use Big Data techniques and Business Intelligence (BI) software to view the data, without the ability to download that data for the user’s safety.
About Data Points: Your privacy, satisfaction, and money-making data is important to us. Thus, each data stock in the data markets will have a unique list of Authorized Data Points and Banned Data Points in order for the app users and Data Stocks Inc to safely rent out data and make money. Authorized Data Points are data points that will be shared in the data deals in order to produce money for you and Data Stocks Inc. Banned Data Points are data points that will be avoided, delete if accidently collected, and/or will be denied from any data deals. Policies, Agreements, and Restrictions will apply. Please review them if you have any further inquiries. No claim is made to the exclusive right to use "Amazon" apart from the mark as shown.