Turning Surveillance on its Head
Corporate & Institutional Communications / English / Journalism / Media

Turning Surveillance on its Head

It’s hard to do anything these days without someone noticing. Between revelations by the now infamous Edward Snowden that the US government is monitoring metadata from a plethora of communication technologies, and evolving social norms that are increasingly accepting of making private information public, it’s becoming clear that our lives are on display. We’re seeing an … Continue reading

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Live from the Enterprise 2.0 Summit #e20s

Hello from ESCP Europe Business School in central Paris where the Enterprise 2.0 Summit is taking place today and tomorrow. An impressive lineup of speakers and sponsors are here from IBM, Bosch, TELUS, Jive, Soleilles Cowork, Renault, bluekiwi, etc. Key themes today around the topic of the social enterprise: employee engagement, case studies, whether or … Continue reading

Is it time to rethink media regulation? #oscarpistorious
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Is it time to rethink media regulation? #oscarpistorious

Unsurprisingly, the news that South African sporting hero, Oscar Pistorious (a.k.a. the ‘Blade Runner’) allegedly shot dead his model girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, broke first on Twitter in the early hours of February 14th. In the tirade of tweets and social media posts that ensued, the details of the incident started to emerge, leading to conflicting … Continue reading