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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his right to privacy

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and his right to privacy | Responsibility & Technology | Scoop.it
I am affiliated with the institution where Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is currently hospitalized.
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The question is: given what he has done, does this 19-year-old still have his right to privacy?

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IBM Study: If You Don't Have a Social CEO, You're Going to be Less Competitive

IBM Study: If You Don't Have a Social CEO, You're Going to be Less Competitive | Responsibility & Technology | Scoop.it
The list of the world’s CEOs regularly includes celebrities, billionaires, big egos, risk takers, and failures. What it does not include are social media experts; but that’s about to change.
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"Companies that outperform their peers are 30 percent more likely to identify openness – often characterized by a greater use of social media." Transparency = Performance.

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Number 10 hands out Twitter exclusives to favoured journalists

Number 10 hands out Twitter exclusives to favoured journalists | Responsibility & Technology | Scoop.it
Downing Street aims to secure goodwill from journalists by revealing news before its official announcement by ministers (RT @pocketsteve: How @Number10gov use Twitter to effectively keep one step ahead of the press:
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"Too many twits might make a twat" David Cameron once said. But currying favor with journalists that have Twitter accounts will undoubtedly lead to the kind of cozying that results in horseback riding with Rebekah Brooks or backdoor visits from Rupert Murdoch.

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CISPA is NOT dead. Here's why...

CISPA is NOT dead. Here's why... | Responsibility & Technology | Scoop.it
CISPA is a law that has already passed the House that would turn the websites you love into legally immune government spies. It's stalled in the Senate, but it's not dead yet. Here's what you need to know...
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Once again, we are witnessing the danger of empowering politicians, with no understanding of technology and precious little regard for the broader implications of the issues, to formulate legislation that governs our technological future. 

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