How do the biggest tech firms protect your data? | Kate Baucherel | Pulse | LinkedIn

SXSW Interactive, March 2016, JW Marriott Salon 5, Austin, Texas. On the panel, top representatives of Google, Facebook and Microsoft. The subject: your online privacy. The surprise? No fighting, no argument, just a clear desire to do right by the customer and promote best practice. Want to know more? Read on…. Source: How do the biggest Read More …

Spinning out of control: we need a code of campaign ethics – Center for Digital Ethics and Policy | Loyola University Chicago

In June 2016, the result of the U.K.’s referendum on membership of the European Union brings down the Prime Minister, cripples Parliament and divides a nation in acrimonious back-biting. Why did the ‘Brexit’ vote cause such surprise and disruption, and can you be sure this turmoil won’t happen in the upcoming presidential election? On the Read More …

The Jawbone Seismograph

This is the Jawbone seismograph. Jawbone activity sensors picked up the Napa Valley earthquake in 2014 as it suddenly woke thousands of local users: wearable devices are tracking fascinating, potentially useful, anonymised data.

Community management panels for SXSW 2017

In a bid to raise the game for Community Managers at SXSW 2017, community professionals from diverse industries have been working together to develop panels for next year’s South by SouthWest Interactive festival. Between us, we already have a great range of ideas and the panels are now out for public vote. Please help us Read More …

Collaboration with imagination

Like ripples from a pond, conversations about community seem to lead to greater and grander ideas of how collaboration can change the world – from sustainable volunteering, to establishing a close-knit supply chain to support economic recovery. Recently a group of community professionals were tossing around the wild idea that cultural centres such as museums and Read More …